Did a Human Help a German Shepherd Ear Dance to Flo Rida Song 'Low' in This Viral Video? [Watch]
A video of a dog from Marion, Indiana has gone viral, reports Indystar.
In the video, 4-year-old German Shepherd Jaxson Rose is seated in a car's passenger seat. As Flo Rida's song "Low" plays in the background, his ears start to "dance" along with the beat.
The video, which was featured on Good Morning America, has been under some scrutiny. Many YouTube viewers have commented on the video saying that if you look closely, there is a person seated behind Jaxon moving his ears with their hands.
Although Jaxon's dancing abilities have come into question, the handsome German Shepherd cashed in on his new found fame by flying out to Los Angeles with his owner Stephanie Walton to film FOX's "Cause for Paws," a television show honoring rescue dogs with celebrity presentations, awards and information regarding adoptable animals.
Jaxson was nominated for the show's Golden Bone in the Weirdest Dog Talent video.
"It was an amazing experience, nothing like having Betty White take a selfie with your dog!" Walton said.
During the two-hour "Cause for Paws," celebrities showcase a variety of dog categories, including Funniest Dog, Cutest Puppy, Most Talented Dog, Best Celebrity/Dog Lookalike, Best Talking Dog and Best Viral Dog Video.
Celebrities will also introduce rescue dogs to the audience, giving viewers the opportunity to foster or adopt.
Among the celebrities participating in this year's show were: Fergie, Kesha, Pink, Paula Abdul, Julianne Hough, Randy Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Miranda Lambert, Cesar Millan, Kelly Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, LeAnn Rimes, Rebecca Romijn, Betty White and many others.
Famous rescue canines The Olate Dogs will participate with an exclusive performance honoring all rescue dogs.
"Cause for Paws" will be hosted by Emmy Award winner Jane Lynch ("Glee") alongside executive producer and co-host Hilary Swank ("Million Dollar Baby"). It airs on FOX Thanksgiving night, Nov. 27, from 8 to 10 p.m.
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