Disabled dachshund 'Anderson Pooper' runs wiener dog race, wins at life

Disabled dachshund 'Anderson Pooper' runs wiener dog race, wins at life.

A local radio station held a wiener dog race in Auburn, Washington, last weekend, and a disabled dachsund by the name of "Anderson Pooper" all but stole the show. 

While other dachsunds scampered about, Pooper stayed the course and resolutely ran the Emerald Downs track in his doggie wheelchair as spectators cheered him on with cries of, "C'mon A. Poop" and "Go Pooper." 

And while he may not have won the race, Pooper most definitely wins at life. 

Do yourself a solid and watch the video below (props to the filmmaker for that slo-mo finish). It may be the best thing you see all day: 

H/t Deadspin.



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