Training Cocker Spaniel puppy
Andy Murray enjoyed some well-deserved down time ahead of his quarter-final clash with Vasek Pospisi at Wimbledon
The six-week-old cocker spaniel puppies are currently being raised by the Metropolitan Police Service
Smiling and even laughing on occasion, the tennis ace is put through his paces as the young dogs chew on his shoelaces and fingers.
The short clip concludes with Murray lifting one of the puppies - who appears to have calmed down somewhat - into the air and stating 'I think this one's ready'.
According to a release from the Wimbledon press office, Murray is a self-professed dog lover and a World Wildlife Fund global ambassador.
Murray is a self-professed dog lover and a World Wildlife Fund global ambassador and supports the use of sniffer dogs as a way of cracking down on wildlife poaching in Nepal
The British No 1 is put through his paces as the young dogs chew on his shoelaces and fingers
He also supports the use of sniffer dogs as a way of cracking down on wildlife poaching in Nepal.
The British No 1 goes head-to-head with Vasek Pospisi this afternoon in a quarter-final clash at SW19.
The Canadian has never defeated Murray in three attempts and should Murray prevail, he will face either seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer or Frenchman Gilles Simon in the semi-finals on Friday.