Fans Can't Stop Watching Cute Cowboy And His Dancing Dog
Kristin Danley 9/27/2018
Country music powerhouses Big & Rich are best known for their foot stompin' songs like "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy) and Filthy Rich. They've also recorded heartwarming songs such as "I Pray For You" and "That's Why I Pray."
In 2011, Big & Rich joined forces with the rowdy and talented country singer Gretchen Wilson to record the toe tapping "Fake I.D." It was incorporated in the 2011 remake of Footloose and even appears on the movie's catchy soundtrack.
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This song also was part of the reason why a cute border collie and its cowboy owner rocked the heelwork to music competition at the famous Crufts dog show held in the United Kingdom. Not only is there a best of show winner honored at Crufts, but there also are winners in agility, obedience and flyball.
But dog show fans in particular love the heelwork to music face-off. This category requires competitors to create a routine up to four minutes long set to music and involves a performance by both the human and the dog.
A cowboy and his border collie entered their clever and fun routine in this category. They stayed in sync for virtually all of their choreography.
The pair is awesome to watch as they walk backwards, twist and turn, and the pooch even intertwines between his owner's legs. They even skipped around putting on quite a show!
The best part of their routine is at the very end. It's incredibly entertaining!
It's no wonder this dog's routine has been watched millions of times. See for yourself in the video below!