Bulldogs are among the least fit and active types of dogs. They are among those dogs who are known to enjoy being showered with love and plenty of cuddles. However, one dog broke the stereotypes during the Westminster Dog Show on Sunday, February 10.
You must have already heard about Rudy, the bulldog who changed everyone’s impression of his breed. Rudy far exceeded everyone’s expectations as he smashed the agility test. This little guy absolutely stole the show!
— Westminster Dog Show (@WKCDOGS) February 10, 2019
Rudy shocked everyone as he proudly displayed his motor skills and raced through the course for about 50 seconds. He leaped over the obstacles without any signs of hesitation. The jumps that he made over the bars were impressive, and he ran through the tunnels like a pro.
Rudy had such a contagious determination, which made everyone cheer for him. He was really going for the gold. His stellar performance stunned both the audience members and home viewers alike.
A bulldog doing agility is a marvelous sight pic.twitter.com/YboGlhp3hk
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) February 10, 2019
This cute little bulldog may not have won the race but, in the eyes and hearts of many, he already won just for doing what he did. Rudy’s performance was not just about him. He smashed stereotypes while winning over the hearts of many people all over the globe.
Because of that, thousands of people expressed their admiration for him on social media. Rudy has become everyone’s favorite. Many people congratulated Rudy for having an impressive run. And just like that, Rudy became an instant celebrity! All of Rudy’s hard work to achieve that focus and level of performance finally paid off.
One of my favorite moments of #westminsterdogshow so far: Rudy the bulldog in agility on Saturday. When he walked in my direction after competing, it was like seeing a celebrity I like. @WKCDOGS pic.twitter.com/TVahJbMhSf
— Amy Kuperinsky (@AmyKup) February 11, 2019
If only winning people’s hearts can make Rudy earn a medal, he would have effortlessly won that. But remember, this is not just about winning the competition. It is about taking part, being a good sport, and enjoying the moment. Sure enough, Rudy did that with flying colors!