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Published: 21:16 BST, 11 Walk 2012 | Updated: 08:12 BST, 12 Walk 2012
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There were potentially better minutes that this pooch could have picked – what’s more, places a little more private.
Libby, a five-year-old cross-breed, was taking part in the dexterity course at Crufts pooch appear this weekend. Her execution was going well – as she hustled along next to her owner, running through burrows what’s more, hopping over fences.

However after around a minute on the course, the pooch halted just in front of a few posts – for a washroom break.

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I can’t take you anywhere! Libby’s proprietor holds her head in her hands as the canine took a washroom break in the center of contending at Crufts pooch appear in Birmingham, England

Flying high: The cross-breed Libby begun off the dexterity course at the puppy appear with significant pace
The observers saw the amusing side what’s more, quipped: ‘A dog’s got to do what a dog’s got to do. What a shame. Precluded – what’s more, it was a great run too.’
The dog’s female proprietor was cleared out looking a little red-faced as she scooped up the mess after an chaperon given her a plastic bag.
The combine at that point cleared out the field after being excluded from the competition.

Top dog: The cross-breed called Libby was performing in front of a swarm of 6,000 at the National Display Focus in England

Unrehearsed: Libby the canine what’s more, her proprietor were precluded from the competition
The Crufts canine appear ran from Walk 8 until today at the National Display Focus in Birmingham in the English Midlands.

The dexterity course is open to large, medium what’s more, little pooches as well as groups what’s more, pairs. The finals take put over all four days of Crufts what’s more, are gone to by groups of onlookers of up to 6,000 canine enthusiasts.
Crufts was begun in 1891 by an English business person Charles Cruft what’s more, is depicted as a ‘celebration of all dogs’.

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