With Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s love for pet dogs is no more a secret show now, this latest video on the photo-blogging website Instagram will entertain you while being an absolute pet lover.
The slow-motion video revealed Zoya jumped over iron bars before completing the arduous task while passing through a circle after a long leap.
“ZOYA (Dutch Shepherd) does some training and LILY (husky) does the cheering job,” Dhoni wrote on Instagram with the short video clip.
As the 37-year-old celebrated cricketer, Dhoni got hold of the rope, as another husky dog observed keenly and eventually enjoyed the training drill of Zoya.
One of the Instagram users remarked it gives him an immeasurable joy to see Dhoni enjoy his time while playing with his pets.
“And it gives me such a soothing feeling to see you enjoy this way with your babies,” Srijeeta posted in the comments section of the video uploaded by Dhoni on November 14.
Dhoni also shared the Instagram link on his official Twitter handle which so far saw 4,027 likes and 940 retweets.
The astute thinker of the gentleman’s game took to Instagram on Tuesday – to upload the video of a Dutch Shepherd, who’s been named as ‘Zoya’ by the wicket-keeper batsman Dhoni.
With more to come shortly, Dhoni has already won the hearts of millions for being a true gentleman while showing the spirit on and off the field. Interestingly, it isn’t the first time Dhoni published a video of training or playing with his dogs. In the recent past, the former Team India skipper Dhoni has also shared photographs on his official Instagram profile which subsequently made the day of his die-hard fans from time-to-time.
Dhoni, who is currently enjoying his time off the field, and is bound to return to the fold when India plays the limited-overs series against Sri Lanka after the three-match Test series which will get underway on November 16 in Kolkata.
The prominent figure in the modern-day cricket, Dhoni has three major ICC titles under his belt. Dhoni played 309 ODIs, 90 Tests and 83 T20Is for India since making his debut in December 2004 at Chittagong against Bangladesh.
Here’s the video:
ZOYA(Dutch shepherd) does some training and LILY(husky) does the cheering job https://t.co/GbhEXMbZhN
— Mahendra Singh Dhoni (@msdhoni) November 14, 2017