Sure, You’ve Seen Dogs Perform Tricks…But Never Like THIS!

poker playing card trick jilli dog

Jilli Dog, an adorable 5-pound Yorkie, is the World’s Only Poker-Playing Dog! Nine years ago, Rick Caran found this precious little girl wandering the streets, hungry and dirty, and without a collar or tags. Since then, the two have been inseparable!

As a rescue herself, Jilli Dog was the perfect choice for Goodwill Ambassador for the Yorkshire Terrier National Rescue.

And it turns out this spunky little yorkie is sharp as a tack. In addition to learning to play poker and basketball, she can perform some amazing tricks, which has made her world-famous, with television appearances as far away as Japan and Australia, and even a feature in one episode of Disney’s “Johnny and the Sprites”!  She’s come a long way since being rescued by Rick nine years ago.

It’s impressive enough when a dog learns basic commands like “sit,” “stay” and “heel,” but what you’re about to see Jilli Dog do is nothing short of AMAZING: Right before your eyes, she’ll perform a magic card trick!

Botl User FunDogPix shared this great video and information about Jillie Dog in a botl earlier today. What a great find! To open that botl, click here.  While you’re there, be sure to check out the other 400+ botls in the FunDogPix collections. If you enjoy Jilli Dog’s magic card trick, I  promise you’ll enjoy the other great dog-themed images, animated GIFs and videos, too!

It should come as no surprise that Jilli Dog is a certified therapy dog. She definitely spreads happiness everywhere she goes.

For more information about Jilli Dog, visit her website, and to view her Magic Card Trick and other videos on YouTube, click here.

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