A French man has been testing the theory of 'man’s best friend' to its limit by teaching his dog Ouka how to fly with him on a paraglider. After just a month and a half of training, he managed to teach his pet how to join him on trips soaring over the French Alps. Filmmaker Shams told BBC News what led him to get his dog Ouka up in the air. Please subscribe HERE 🤍bit.ly/1rbfUog #Paragliding #Alps #BBCNews
What an awesome dog! I wish my dog was as brave!!!😂😂😂😂😂
That does not look like an unhappy dog! I love this so much, sending love to you and yours from Orlando Florida USA
RSPCA can get a life
Just train him to poop on command and it will be ready for deployment.
Dad: Ouka want to go for a ride in the car?
Pretty sure there’s a message here. Ouka has saved your life, as you’ve done for him. How can anyone find negativity in that? Have never known a dog to not emphatically let us know, when we try to do something he/she is not happy with!
So, I wish both of you many years of blessings, including good health and happiness.
Remember lika the pet astronaut. It's very cute.dont do much practical.
Just think about how devastating it must have been for this beautiful loyal dog when its previous owners abandoned it.
There too many trolls in here who can’t paraglide themselves there’s just jealous lol 😆
The never ending story
If dog is not meant to fly, it does not matter. If this dog life will be cut short because of flying, he is lived a full and happy life! In life, that is what is important:).
Imagine hiking on a trail and getting hit with a huge dog poop 💩 from the sky 🤣 😂
Many years ago (1982) I learned to fly a Quicksilver MX at lake Elsinore, Southern California, the instructor/salesman was a Bill Barnes I seem to remember. He had a dog that would run alongside his ultralight barking as he took off, sometimes Bill would slow down and the dog would jump onto his lap and they would fly off together. I was always worried the dog would jump off as he was NOT safetied in but he never did!! The dog seemed to love flying with its owner and used to bark for some time if Bill left him behind. Everybody believed the dog really loved going up in the air. I don't think he would have willingly jumped up on Bills lap if he didn't.
people acting like he suddenly decided to take ouka with him, when in fact he prepared the dog both physically and mentally and even did some physical/medical tests and even created a special harness for him, also trained him in what to do and made him familiar with the glider and the feeling of paragliding.
for a brief moment, it looked like he was sitting on a flying dog.