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Guide Dog in training throws interviewers into fit of laughter on live TV

carol kirkwood petting yellow labrador guide dog flash dog-happy © Guide Dogs - YouTube

Here at Wamiz, we are firm believers that dogs make absolutely everything better. And this video is proof of that. If you need a laugh, watch on.

By Justine Seraphin

Published on the , Updated on the

The Chelsea Flower Show started just a couple of days ago. And this year, they have a very special feature: The Guide Dogs Association 90th Anniversary garden!

 

Guide Dogs at Chelsea Flower Show

Reporting on the event was BBC’s Carol Kirkwood. While speaking with her colleagues in the studio, Carol talked a bit about Guide Dog history, including the fact that the first Guide Dogs for the blind were German Shepherds.

Carol also introduced the Guide Dog in training who was appearing on camera with her. Flash, a young yellow Labrador, is still learning the ropes when it comes to being the perfect guide dog – but overall, she’s a very well-behaved pup. 

Flash the silly Lab

That is, until she decides she no longer wants to be on camera. After being introduced, Flash decided to return to her trainer, and simply walked away, dragging Carol Kirkwood behind her. The scene made for a hilarious moment – Carol having landed flat on her face on live TV! 

But don’t worry, no humans were harmed in the making of this video.

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