Wow! I once knew a dog named Flash; he slept all day. Either he'd outgrown his name or his owner had a gift for irony.My son's name is Fergus -- I'll have to show him this because he *loves* to find others with his name!
I wish I had that dogs energy!
wow that was really cute! I wish Jack could do that!(-:
SUSAN: It does sound like that Flash's owner was into irony. Hope your son enjoys the video as much as "Gus" & I do.GRANNYMAR: They do have to be in good shape to do agility trials. My "Gus" is working out.CINDEE: He is really cute and I love the music. Jack has other talents I'm sure.
Amazing! I wonder how long it took to train him/her to do all that so flawlessly!
NICK: Interesting question, I'll have to do some investigating.
Now that is how to exercise a dog. That pole bending was awesome.Come on Fergus, off the couch.
I better not show this to my dog Lindsay, who thinks she's pretty smart, or her self esteem will take such a hit she'll be depressed for a month. lol
PATTI: Gus is thinking about it, lol.BARRY: It's funny Gus loves to sit on my lap and watch the video. Can't wait to see what he does around cows.
He flies like superman over those jumps. (Assuming Flash is a "he") And such tight turns. He makes it look fun.
What a refreshing image: a Scottish Terrier in an agility ring.Take a good look, all of you Shelties and Border Collies. A finely groomed British canine, probably a relative of this year's Westminster Dog Show BOS winner, will meet you by the roses.