The Vegas Golden Knights helped us all learn that a skating dog is paws-ible.
Vegas invited Benny the Ice Skating Dog, and he wowed the crowd during the second intermission of the Golden Knights game against the Calgary Flames.
Benny sported a tiny pair of skates on his front paws and carried a hockey stick in his mouth as he glided across the rink at T-Mobile Arena.
He even did a little jump and stuck the landing.
Benny had been practicing for more than a year in hopes of performing at a Golden Knights home game. He skates with locals at area rinks, raising money for The Animal Foundation in Las Vegas, and has been intermission entertainment at UNLV hockey games, according to NBC Las Vegas.
"Our daughter … she was 17 months old, and I taught her how to skate," the dog's owner Cheryl DelSangro told NBC Las Vegas in 2018. "So I thought [Benny] has better balance than a toddler. He should be able to do it. That's how it got started."