This awesome footage shows a stuntman and his dog performing a mind-boggling routine.
Christian Stoninev, 28, and his two-year-old dog Milo practice the intricately choreographed routine in their back garden.
The video shows the tiny puppy balancing on his owner’s feet mid-hand stand, walking across basketballs and even performing a spinning trick shot in a tiny basketball net.
Christian Stoinev is also known for his NBA halftime routines where he performs choreographed routines with his talented seven-year-old dog Percy.
Based on this footage it may well be time for tiny Milo’s turn in the spotlight.
Christian, 28, who lives in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, said: “Our routine shows off some of my hand balancing skills that I have worked on since I was 10 years old.
“But really the spotlight gets stolen by Milo or Percy when they start showing off some of their amazing skills during our playful routine.
“We do several tricks together including some of our signature tricks, which has me upside down holding my own weight and balance in a handstand, while the dog is perched up on my feet.
“The act originally started with my family chihuahua named Scooby. He is 17-years-old now and lives with my parents.
“The routine started as us just playing a game and involved throughout the years into us playing on different stages worldwide. Had it not been for Scooby, we would not be doing this today, thus why when we perform, we still call the act Christian & Scooby to honour him.
“One of the tricks in our routine that Percy actually created and became the first to do is one during which he walks on a basketball and eventually walks his way over to another and transfers from one ball to another.
“The video shows Milo who has already learned how to do that trick, perfecting is while we await our return to the stage once everything hopefully gets better.
“My favorite trick that I’ve taught them is a trick I actually taught Milo, where he dunks a little toy basketball.
“He’s always loved playing fetch a lot. So I tried to find a way to involve his toy into a trick and came up with this and through patience, love, and treats, he’s learned how to dunk and I’ve been super proud of him.
“It’s such a cool trick and one I had never seen a dog do before.”