And to that I say, "Be careful what you wish for!" Anyone who has ever shown a dog that got zoomies in the ring, or one that got immense pleasure from licking on the dog next to him, knows exactly what I mean!
I had the same thought....
Jacks has never zoomied in the ring, but he did drive me to do a verbal correction last winter when he got too "happy" and kept grabbing my clothes while heeling.
Danny's version of happiness was zooming around the ring and RUNNING OUT to visit my mom.
Sammy (my sister's dog) would have a happy fit in the middle of the offleash heel, and do one of the following:
1. Leave the ring to visit the friendly people out there
2. Run around the ring and jump on the judge
3. Burst into a sudden happy fit and do happy zoomy circles which include jumping and literally kicking my sister in the rear.
It took her 6 years to build up the confidence to go back into the ring after all of the shenadigans he put her through.
Other dogs I've seen as a spectator... include jumping fences to go play with the friendly dog in the next ring. Or jumping the fence to retrieve somebody else's dumbbell...
Or happily sitting at the start position, tail wagging, and watching their trainer complete the rest of the pattern...