Olly the Jack Russell Terrier won over audiences on Friday at Crufts 2017, not for his prowess on the assault course, but for his joie de vivre.
Olly, not to be discouraged, quickly jumps back up and continues to enthusiastically - if inaccurately - tackle the course.
The terrier named Olly appeared with his handler Karen in the agility arena of the world famous dog show on Sunday.
"He's all over the place, and so he should be", the announcer says amicably as Olly ignores the obstacles.
'He is an absolute handful. He's going the wrong way, but it doesn't really matter, does it?
"Olly is totally insane, as you can see, " the show's commentator said during the broadcast.
"Well done the blue cross, persevere, first catch your dog".
A video of the little dog's performance has now had almost 3.5 million views on YouTube. "Loves life and exercise", the announcer summed up the endearing pooch's carefree performance.
This year, one little pupper stood out from all the rest.
More than 22,000 dogs took part in the four-day competition.
Olly didn't win "Best of Show", which is the major award at Crufts, but the video of him basically having fun on the skills course has gone viral.