Cute Dog Goes Crazy Over Crufts Fly-Ball Game
Just like a human, a dog is a curious animal by nature. They can get excited over anything, be it seeing a ball or another dog on a television screen. This adorable dog in the video was no different when he got excited over seeing four of his species on a television screen taking a part in a flyball game at Crufts.
The video, recorded by Matt Coull, from Aberdeen, Scotland shows his four-year-old pet dog a west highland terrier named Buzz running from one side of the television screen to other following the other four dogs on the television screen playing in a dog show.
In the whole video, Buzz was standing on his two legs with the support of the table while his eyes were glued to dogs on the television screen. As the dogs on the television screen were running from left to right and right to left, Buzz tried to follow them while hurriedly running from one side of the television screen to another side while maintaining his balance and wagging his tail the entire time.
While the race ended and the camera moved from the dogs to the people at the Crufts who won the game show and started celebrating their victory. Poor Buzz who wanted to see some more dog action stood on the right side of the television staring at the screen not knowing that the game has ended. After a 1-2 seconds later when buzz noticed that there are no more dogs on the screen he barked at the television two times while wagging his tail.
Buzz's owner Matt Coull, said that Buzz watches Crufts every year. He goes mad at the sight of any animal on television.
Flyball is a dog sport in which teams of four dogs run against each other in a relay race from start to the finish line. The race course includes hurdles lined in a sequence leading to a box which releases a tennis ball triggered via a spring-loaded pad. The dogs have to catch the tennis ball and then return to their handlers while carrying the ball in their mouth.
Crufts is an international dog event held annually in the United Kingdom. The event is mainly centered on conformation show for dogs but it also includes competitions in dog agility, obedience, flyball and heelwork to music.
This year's Crufts was held in Birmingham's NEC and Dylan the Papillon was crowned as best in the show.