What happened: Gabby, a papillon who is 8 inches tall and 3 years old, completed the Westminster agility course at the 2019 WKC Masters Agility Championship with a blazing fast run of 39.31 seconds, according to Fox Sports.
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
- According to Metro, Gabby’s time wasn’t the fastest of the competition — that distinction went to Verb, a border collie from Wyncote, Pennsylvania, who finished the course in 32 seconds — but Gabby did win the 8-inch division title with her run.
Social media users were quick to share their admiration for the dog’s speed and energetic presence on the floor.
Just love how excited that little dog is at the end about getting a high five
— Nikita Malik (@nixmalik) February 10, 2019
That wee dog has tested positive for banned substances. Too good to be true
— Mark (KOTN) (@hughesms) February 10, 2019
Others joked about how their own dogs in comparison.
I have a Champion Napper Coton pic.twitter.com/tTB5CJPpmR
— Cynthia [Redacted] (@Ab_Synthia2) February 11, 2019
Choppa says he's too lazy for this pic.twitter.com/H4WBwV6PVX
— Roybinho🥋 (@Roybinho65) February 10, 2019
Since being posted on social media, Gabby’s run has been viewed over 1.7 million times.