Canine freestyle aka dog dancing

Holly, the Scottish Terrier, is really into it. And it’s showing up at more and more dog shows:

The idea behind canine freestyle is to master certain movements — there are about 40 steps that are generally accepted — then put them together in your own way, adding individual touches to create a distinctively choreographed routine. It’s challenging for both pups and people: You can’t have two, or four, left feet. But the best in the game are simply amazing. Indeed, “Dancing With the Stars” could have some dog-eat-dog competition if these canine cuties ever decided to jump on the same stage.

Photos and video featuring a two-stepping Scottish Terrier if you follow the link.

Even more on the dog dancing trend here.