What OK Go Did With Dog In A New Creative Video: If you have been a fan of pop music for the past 15 years, then you must be aware of OK Go. They came to the limelight after the release of their first video in 2006, “Here It Goes Again.” The video went on to gain more than 40 million views which boosted the band’s popularity. Well, if you are also a fan of pets and other animals, that is another thing you have in common with OK Go. For more than one and a half decades, the band has been showing its creativity in their videos. In the videos that we will be focusing on today, OK Go decided to include some “friends” you would like to see.
Maybe you are not aware of the band, or you have heard of them but never taken some time to watch their work. Well, after watching this video, you might end up wanting some more. Be sure to check out more of their work on the band’s YouTube channel.
Okay, let’s get back to today’s topic – OK Go’s friends. How hard is it to train a dog or a puppy for that matter? I bet you have tried teaching your pet a lot of tricks before and found it time-consuming. Well, imagine making a full music video with dogs and letting them carry out tricks perfectly and in the desired sequence. In the video, OK Go has the pets doing all sorts of moves and sequential sounds.
Their videos have continued to gain more popularity in recent months. One of their famous work, “White Knuckles,” made it to ASPCA and was used to create awareness regarding rural animal shelters. In fact, at the end of the video, there is a message aimed towards encouraging animal rescue. Everything made by OK Go is enthralling and shows the love they have for these pets. The behind-the-scenes and process of making their videos are as interesting as the final music videos. It is an honor to have such creativity on the internet.
I hope this article was helpful to you as a pet-lover. What OK Go are doing with their dogs and puppies is all out of relentless training. The fun of having a pet is the fact that they can learn to do whatever you want them to, provided you strive to be a good teacher. It will take time but it is worth the struggle. Good luck!