In a dog show in Denver, Colorado, a pooch named Zeus participated in an agility obstacle course where dogs jump sprightly over poles and duck quickly into tubes. Among all the dogs zipping around, the male Bullmastiff was the slowest in the competition; he was not in a rush at all.
Although Zeus was not the fastest dog, the chilled out dog got the job done. As he kept walking so slowly through the course, the audience cheered him laughing until he finished the course. While Zeus’s handler was trying to urge him to go faster, the pooch body language was just showing he is just fine chilling out; he seemed even not interested to finish the contest. After all, Zeus completed his run with one bar knocked over. For the pooch, it was not about speed as for the agility itself.
The English Mastiff sneaked so slow through the poles. Although he looked so heavy moving, he jumped precisely over bars, all, while he was paying no attention to the handler, tries to hurry him up.
Zeus was not, of course, the fastest dog in that competition, but, eventually, he made it through the agility course! Check out the video of the dog show of Rocky Mountain Cluster fan favorite in Denver, Colorado. This video has been uploaded on YouTube last year but it got more attention recently. Looks like we are as slow as Zeus giving attention to his video, or the video just made it through YouTube!
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