"So now I really don't understand the world anymore!" The handsome Buck is only eight weeks old when he realizes that he still has a lot to learn in life - for example what hiccups are. He doesn't have to explain that he finds this quite exciting: his confused look and his barking speak volumes.
The little four-legged friend, by the way, belongs to a special and rare breed of dog: the Australian Cattle Dog. Representatives of this type are not only characterized by their high level of intelligence, but also by a peculiarity of their fur color: puppies are born with a white color and badge and only develop their actual color (red speckled, blue, blue speckled or blue spotted), when they are a few weeks old.