Entering your dog in a competition is not only exciting; it also makes you proud as a handler.
Entering your dog in the Westminster Dog Show is something on an entirely different level. The show is a prestigious event where the best of the best participate and compete.
But for some dogs, it is just another walk in the park, and winning is not all that matters.
Lobo, for instance, is that one dog.
A Siberian husky from Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania, Lobo, and his handler, Alan Davis, came prepared. They were poised to win the show, too. But for some reason, Lobo had something else in mind – he wanted more than winning, he wanted to have fun!
When Davis and Lobo were announced to be the next to go through the obstacle course, Lobo looked determined.
He sat by the first obstacle as Davis removes his leash.
Upon Davis’ order, Lobo immediately jumps over the first obstacle, passing it with flying colors. He was doing very well too!
But as mischievous as Lobo was, he wanted a bit of play time while doing the course. He goes off the track, possibly excited by the crowds oohs and aahs as they were cheering him on.
Davis was able to get Lobo back on track. In fact, Lobo was able to do most of the obstacles with precision, but at certain points of the course, he would go off track and do, well, doggy things.
At one point, he veered off the course to sniff a woman’s personal effects on the sidelines before continuing with the course.
Mischievous as Lobo was, the announcers did take a liking to him and even said that Lobo would be the crowd’s favorite.
Though Lobo was able to finish the course, he did not win. He managed to complete the course within 76 seconds, while the winning time was 29.35 seconds.
Lobo may not have won the event, but he sure did win everyone’s heart by being the lovable dog that he is.
Check out Lobo’s adorable feat in the video below.
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