Clunky Basset Hound Tries Its Best At Agility Competition And Knocks Everything Over

You know what they say, slow and steady does the race.

When we think of slow and steady, we think of the famous fable about the turtle and the hare. If you remember, the turtle won that one.

However, sometimes slow and steady doesn’t always win the race. Someone slow just makes for a hilarious video, like the Bassett Hound who took on an agility course. This persistent little pooch didn’t let the fact that he was doing an agility course stop him.

Even though he didn’t have the body for a competing in an agility course, he didn’t let that stop him. Instead, he took him time and completed it in his own unique way.

He may not have won, but he definitely got the course done! Well done!

Watch the video below:

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Posted by Thomas Kois on Sunday, February 23, 2014

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