The annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is always full of extremely good boys and girls with hair that will make you throw your phone across the room in envy.
Saw so many celebs tonight pic.twitter.com/sA7WIP440V
— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) February 12, 2019
But just like in life, it’s not all about who is the most beautiful and well-mannered.
No, the real heroes of the WKC are the dogs who compete in the Olympics of Westminster: the agility competition. It’s not about who’s pretty or nice; about who goes the f**king hardest and takes no prisoners.
And this year, our hero is Gabby, a papillon terrier who’s eight inches of pure beast mode.
I know nothing about this but if this isn’t a world record time I wanna know what is pic.twitter.com/bSKp1BasR5
— Jamie Bartlett (@JamieJBartlett) February 10, 2019
On the outside, Gabby might look like a fairy-type Pokemon, hilariously teeny and fluffier than a tampon that’s been in your handbag for two months.
Sadly, her 39-second run did not win the entire competition. A Pennsylvania border collie named Verb with a Cobra Kai intensity in his eyes took out the title at 32 seconds, probably because he’s about seven times longer than Gabby.
That's one VERY good dog.
— FOX Sports (@FOXSports) February 10, 2019
But Gabby is the champion of our hearts, because she does everything at 110% – even high fives.
Adding this pic.twitter.com/qvWmMiGStY
— Board Man Gets Paid (@cjzero) February 10, 2019
Gabby is the energy I’m taking into 2019.