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Are you and your pet keen to join the #JointResolution, but lacking the motivation to get out and get active? We’ve found some Guinness World Record* holding pets that are sure to inspire you.
Purin, a 9 year old beagle from Japan, set this record on 22 March 2015 by catching 14 balls.
Smurf and Sarah Humphreys from the UK performed 32 tricks on 7 August 2015. Smurf’s tricks included walking backwards on his paws, bowing, rolling over, limping and begging.
The cats are also giving it a go, with Didga the cat completing 24 tricks in one minute on 5 February 2016. Didga’s tricks
included rolling over and jumping over a bar while on a skateboard!
Sailor from the USA set the world record for this event on 5 February 2016, completing the challenge in 33.22 seconds.
The aptly named Flash is the holder of this world record, having taken just 8.81 seconds to run 10 metres on 27 July 2009
in London, UK.
Jack the Black vom Muchland and handler Hans-Joachim Brueckmann completed this record in 1 minute 36.812 seconds, at Kaarster See Lake, Germany, on 11 June 2013.
Ozzy, a Border Collie Kelpie cross, set this record in the UK on 1 February 2013 with a time of 18.22 seconds.
This record has remained unbeaten since 28 June 1997, and is held by rabbit Mimrelunds Tösen.
10 year old Waffle the Warrior Cat is the holder of this world record, having completed a jump of 213.36 cm (7 ft) on 30
January 2018 in Big Sur, California, USA.
Yabo the rabbit jumped a huge 3 m (9 ft 9.6 in) on 12 June 1999 in Horsens, Denmark.
Truffles the guinea pig has managed to beat his own record in this field not once but twice! Truffles gained the with
record first with 30cm on 21 February 2012, beating it on 30 March with 40cm, before setting his best record on 06 April
2012 with 48cm.
The Super Wan Wan Circus in Japan managed to get 14 dogs to skip 16 times on the same rope on 17 January 2013.
With a massive 91 skips, two year old Border Collie and Kelpie cross Geronimo from the USA holds this record, which has remained unbeaten since 13 May 2012.
On 31 October 2016, 4 year old Bini the Bunny gained this world record title by completing 7 slam dunks in one minute.
*Information from http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/
, and is correct as of January 2020.