I love Lola’s adorable puppy energy! But is no-one going to mention how he’s trained Lola to go pee-pee on the tiny loo?? It’s fascinating what she is capable of! She might even benefit from training to be a service dog or to solve intricate puzzles. Some dogs are able to remember the names of and distinguish between more than a hundred different toys. I wonder how Lola’s limits could be tested and expanded – for her own pleasure and satisfaction, of course. Her high capability needs high engagement or her mental health may suffer in the long term…Here is an example of a dog, Chaser, that has learned the names of more than a thousand toys and is probably the most important dog in this scientific field:My dog and I are watching this together – I think she’s intimidated by Lola’s intelligence lolThis is one my favorite videos of all time! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️My dog learned how to play hide and seek too, but as the seeker. She would nose the curtains aside, push around blankets, and sniff the floor to find me. And when she did, she would start leaping, barking, and running, she was too proud! This video reminds me of her. Loved it!Watching this at bedtime was a bad idea. I’m wide awake from the laughing I did. She is SO FUNNY! Well, the treat button withdrawal was serious, and I’m ashamed I laughed hard at that. And I see the bath button can also mean hide and seek, but not the other way around. We are on to you, Lola. We should see more of Lola. She needs her own channel!Lola is spectacular. You really won the dog lotto with her. That hiding under the chair and scooting out of sight is hilarious and beyond smart. Hope you two have the longest possible time together.She’s so smart! Seeing her hide with the chair was hilarious. Not surprised at all to learn that BM was in her dna…they’re highly intelligent. It’s funny that she has two high drive working breeds in her along with two cuddle-bunny lap breeds. She definitely got the best of both.