A dog who broke his leg while chasing a car has made a great recovery - and is now a flyball star.
Flyball involves dogs running over a series of hurdles to release a tennis ball which they then return to their owner.
Bryn's back legs were run over by a car but he's made a great recovery.
Bryn the Border Collie was only 12 weeks old when disaster struck.
He had always chased after cars, because it's in the nature of Collies to herd.
But one day, when it was particularly cold and icy, he ran at a car that came towards him, the lead came out of his owner's hand and and the car hit him, running over his back legs.
Bryn had to live in a crate for three months while he recovered. He had plates and screws fitted to mend the fracture at Charter Vets in Biddulph, Staffordshire.
But he's made a brilliant recovery and is now a star member of a Flyball team, after joining at 13 months old.
In flyball teams of dogs race against each other over a line of hurdles to a box that releases tennis balls, which they must then return to their owners.
Janice Pickup runs his team.
Bryn is doing really well – he is an energetic, enthusiastic collie with high drive which makes him a perfect flyball dog.