Andrew Cotter may have been best known for commentating on Tigers on the fairway than dogs but the Covid-19 pandemic has changed all that – and now he is offering to commentate on your dog video for charity Dogs For Good.
The BBC sports commentator, who has been a staple of the Beeb’s golf coverage for years, has become a social media sensation in the absence of elite sport by covering his competing Labradors Olive and Mabel.
Some sports are slower. More about the strategy. pic.twitter.com/JMBaGJ1tSd
— Andrew Cotter (@MrAndrewCotter) April 9, 2020
Hordes of dog lovers have followed the pair speed-eating their breakfast or competing over a toy bone with Cotter’s hushed tones covering all the action and racking up 30 million views on Twitter in the process.
And that popularity has seen Cotter team up with Dogs For Good to offer a fan the chance to have their canine companions receive the same treatment.
All you have to do is post of a 60-second video on Twitter under the hashtag #winningfromhome to be in with a chance to win. Organisers are asking for clips ranging from high-energy assault courses to mundane sofa snoozes.