Hilarious moment an adorable Siberian Husky Lobo makes a real dog’s dinner of an agility competition as he get easily distracted at the Westminster Dog Show
- Lobo the Siberian Husky lost an agility competition at the Westminster Dog Show, but won the hearts of the audience after getting off track
- The adorable husky, who hails from Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania, was off to a good start in the 24-inch class competition when he got distracted by a camera
- Despite handler Alan Davis’ best efforts it was downhill from there
- Lobo seemed more interested in having a good time and taking in the sights and sounds of the arena than winning the praise of judges
- It took him over 76 seconds to complete the course – the winning Border Collie Pink clocked under 30 seconds
Some dogs win competitions, others win hearts.
The latter was certainly true for Lobo the Siberian Husky, who competed in New York’s Westminster Dog Show and went rather off track.
During the 24-inch class agility competition, Lobo’s handler Alan Davis tried to steer the husky to a win, but it was not to be.
After jumping the first hurdle, Lobo noticed the camera and got a bit distracted.
Lobo the Siberian Husky lost an agility competition at the Westminster Dog Show, but won the hearts of the audience after getting off track
The adorable husky, who hails from Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania, was off to a good start in the 24-inch class competition when he got distracted by a camera
Lobo seemed to be more interested in exploring and having a little fun
Lobo got back on track for a bit, but the distractions continued
He did get back on track for a little while before going slightly off course again, seeming to be more interested in having a little fun and exploring than winning a competition.
After overcoming a few obstacles, he took a pause on the see-saw to take in the scenery.
The Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania native didn’t win the event, but he sure caught the attention of the audience who laughed and cheered.
It took Lobo over 76 seconds to complete the course with many faults.
The winner of the Masters Agility Championship was Pink the Border Collie and handler Jennifer Crank, who clocked under 30 seconds with a 29.35 second run.
Lobo took a pause to look around before going down the see-saw like object
In the end it took over 76 seconds for Lobo to complete the competition