While most people struggle to get their dog into a bath, a champion surfer in Australia has taken to the waves with his. When they’re on here they are not allowed to move. He’s looking for birds right now. See how he’s looking around. He’s allowed to be curious but not move. So, when we’re surfing with the dogs, they’re allowed to look around but not do what they want to do. Rama and Millie join their owner Chris to ride the waves after he rescued them from a shelter.He gets the dogs to perform tricks, jumping on his shoulders and back. Travelling up and down the Australian east coast with four dogs, all rescued from shelters, Chris uses the method as a way of teaching owners to build healthy relationships with man’s best friend. We’re travelling the coast, not only surfing but we are also going to rescue centres and educating the volunteers and staff to not just give love but give love and structure. The champion surfer says he does this because so many of the countries rescue centres are overwhelmed with dogs that people cannot control or be bothered to keep properly.And it seems he’s had a positive response with many dog owners apparently taking to the waves alongside him, while there are those who prefer to train their dogs on dry land. .