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Dog vs. Dog: Arbor the Border Collie and Jasmine the Havanese

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Starting Monday, we officially kick off our second “Dog vs. Dog” competition on “Good Morning America.”

We asked you to send in videos of your dog doing the craziest, funniest and most jaw-dropping tricks ever. We narrowed down the field to eight semi-finalists and now, we’re letting America vote on their favorites each day this week.

In round one, Arbor the Border Collie is facing-off against Jasmine the Havanese. Take a look at both their talents and then cast your vote for the pooch with the trick you think is better.

Arbor is a 2-year-old Border Collie from Nevada, who was rescued by his owner from an animal shelter, and showcased a natural ability to paint abstract works of art, according to his owner.

“My owner puts the brush in my mouth and I let my inspiration take over from there as I walk up to the canvas and swish, drag or dot my doggie thoughts,” “Arbor” wrote in to “GMA.”

Jasmine, a 6-year-old Havanese from Arizona, is a “canine personal assistant,” according to her owner.  She can run errands (pushing the shopping cart), get the mail and more. She's also a therapy dog at a local children's hospital.


Voting runs through 3 p.m. ET on Monday.

Watch the competition on “GMA” Monday and Tuesday to see which dog will advance to the next round! Arbor or Jasmine could be headed to our Times Square studio to show off their tricks live on "GMA."

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