I cannot get through this video without busting up laughing. Seriously, the combination of the Jack Russell named Olly and the announcer's hilarious commentary has me cracking up. Olly, a 5-year-old a rescue dog was left in a cat basket at 6-weeks-old when the Blue Cross found him. Karen Parker then adopted him at 11-weeks and has had him ever since. Learn more about Olly here.
Olly had been training for Crufts and his owner Karen thought he was ready to show his skills. Crafts is an international canine event held annually in the UK. Crufts is centered on a championship conformation show for dogs. This video shows Olly at Crafts going "totally crazy' as the energetic pooch completely misses the bar by jumping way too early, and face plants on the floor. But the doesn't faze the pooch, he jumps right back up and continues on as though he just dominated the barrier.
Not only is this Jack Russell hilarious to watch but the announcer adds additional humor with his commentating. "Oh, what a nose dive! And he couldn't care less,' the announcer said with laughter.
Olly obviously just ignores his handler Karen's instructions and does his own thing, missing jumps and going the wrong way through the tunnel. The announcer said, “He’s all over the place and so he should be. He’s going the wrong way, but it doesn’t really matter, does it?" As Olly and Karen exit, the announcer said, “Well done the blue cross, persevere, first catch your dog. Oh, I love it!” Thanks to Olly and announcer for making my day!
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