These high-flying pups are sure to make you smile.
Is there any single image that better communicates what joy feels like than a dog chasing after a Frisbee? Probably not.
While border collies and other mixes bred for the hunt are considered the best Frisbee companions, any canine can be trained – and easily – to chase after a flying disc.
So without further ado, here are nine more photos of dogs with Frisbees. You're welcome.
Ronja was captured trying to catch a Frisbee near Kirchroth, southern Germany. (Photo: ARMIN WEIGEL/AFP/Getty Images)
Ben Fadlon and his dog Hetsi show their skills for a photographer in the Israeli coastal city of Netanya. (Photo: JACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
This border collie attempts to catch a disc during a competition at the annual 'Woofstock 90210' dog show in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
There are even dog Frisbee championships. This guy was photographed competing in the Russian 'Dog Frisbee' championships in Moscow. (Photo: NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA/AFP/Getty Images)
Joanna Korbal and her dog Laki compete during the Frisbee disc dog freestyle competition in Warsaw, Poland. (Photo: JANEK SKARZYNSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
Though not technically chasing after a Frisbee, this picture of a beagle with a Frisbee on her head at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is too good to exclude. (Photo: Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
This Australian shepherd dog needs not be motivated to chase down this Frisbee. (Photo: Jne Valokuvaus/Shutterstock)
This dog playing Frisbee in a Berlin park has no complaints. (Photo: THEO HEIMANN/AFP/Getty Images)
Another example of how agile the border collie is around a Frisbee. (Photo: Jne Valokuvaus/Shutterstock)