Every year, dog lovers unite for the famous Crufts dog show.
In addition to it being a traditional dog show where a best in show winner is named, Crufts also has agility, obedience and flyball competitions.
One crowd-favorite at Crufts is the heelwork to music competition.
The Kennel Club describes:
"Heelwork to Music (HTM) is a relatively recent competitive activity in which participants devise routines of up to four minutes, set to music, and perform the routines with their dog."
My favorite routine is this cowboy and his Border Collie dancing to the Big & Rich and Gretchen Wilson hit song "Fake I.D"
These two dance their way through a complicated routine that has lots of fun dance moves that even involve the dog doing the choreography without looking at his owner, and never loses focus!
The best part of the routine came at the end, which is when the dog grabs on to the lasso and wrapped it around his owner.
After that, the dog did a little dance on the handler's back to celebrate... It was so fun to watch!