You know I'm always kind of jealous when I see dogs so consistently talented at catching food in their mouths. I practice & practice catching popcorn in my mouth & I only improve marginally. For them, it's like some kind of canine instinct. They catch the popcorn consistently.
Anyway, their noses are ten times longer than mine. Shouldn't that be some kind of stumbling block? Why is the popcorn 300% more likely to bounce off my nose than theirs?
In their defense, I agree that dogs put forth way more effort than I do. When was the last time I jumped forward & upward just for that one piece of popcorn?
As a side note, I do believe Scout caught both of those pieces in the same jump.