Olly the Jack Russell Terrier won over audiences on Friday at Crufts 2017, not for his prowess on the assault course, but for his joie de vivre.
The over excited pooch was a testament to the idea that enthusiasm compensates for skill.
A rescue dog, Olly competed in the agility course on the final day of Crufts 2017.
The hyperactive dog seemed to be enjoying himself at least.
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Audiences also love an under dog.
— Manuty & The Beast (@ManuclearBomb) March 13, 2017
— Laura K. Curtis (@laurakcurtis) March 10, 2017
At one point, he went to meet his fans.
— The Kennel Club (@KCLovesDogs) March 11, 2016
Olly is a Blue Cross dog. The charity unites lost and unwanted animals (how could you not want this dog?) with new human companions.
They also offer people the chance to sponsor animals or take care of them for a short time.
The moral here: Live life like Olly.
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