Lucy Heath and her dog Trip Hazard have promised lots more from their act if they make the Britain's Got Talent live shows.
Lucy and Trip appeared in this year's first auditions with possible the show's cutest ever dancing dog act.
Lucy described Trip as a "massive personality in a little body" who enjoys a "selection of girlfriends and boyfriends."
The pair performed to Christina Aguilera's Candyman with ADORABLE results that were always sure to melt hearts.
"It was like watching all the Disney films all at once," said David Walliams.
With four yeses, Lucy is through to the next stage but will she make the live shows?
Speaking to the Lincolnshire Echo, Lucy teased she and Trip had lots more to show if they do get through to the semi-finals!
Talking about her audition, Lucy recalled: "You are always a bit nervous working with an animal as they could walk off any minute but I think we were well enough prepared.
"The crowd reaction was so loud that I could barely even hear the music and I found myself having to shout over it.
"I wasn't sure what to expect but every other dog on the show before has been a border collie, so we thought we might get a good reaction as Trip can do tricks that big dogs can't do."
There have been complaints to TV watchdog Ofcom about 'animal cruelty' but Lucy said: "My dogs are so good at this stuff and I enjoy performing - I thought you only live once so why not give the show a try."
Britain's Got Talent continues Saturday nights on ITV.