Anti-gravity Dog can run up 12 feet straight

Anti-gravity Dog can run up 12 feet straight

*** EXCLUSIVE - VIDEO AVAILABLE *** COMALCALCO, MEXICO - UNDATED: Top dog: Rafael stands below Antara as she falls back to earth, in Comalcalco, Mexico Canine catapult Antara is Mexicoís Grand Champion of Vertical Wall climbing - defying gravity to run up walls and trees. Owner Rafael Caraveo Saldivar, 34, has been training his prize-winning American Pitbull for a year and a half until she recently broke the Mexican record. Rafael trains the three-year-old two hours each day, five days a week at his home in Comalcalco, Mexico. The athletic dog takes part in the canine version of the Olympics during which pitbulls show off their speed, strength and agility. As well as the vertical climb dogs compete to see who can hang from a bar the longest, run on treadmills the fastest and pull weighed sleds. PHOTOGRAPH BY Efren Castillo / Barcroft USA UK Office, London. T +44 845 370 2233 W USA Office, New York City. T +1 212 796 2458 W Indian Office, Delhi. T +91 11 4053 2429 W

This dog has determined that gravitation is for pussies.

12 feet may run straight – and it is got the medals to prove it.

Antara is the Grand Champ of Vertical Wall climbing in Mexico – and is quite easy running up trees at the same time.

Rafael trains the three-year old two hours daily, five days per week at his house in Comalcalco, Mexico.