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Are you and your dog 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.
Sailor from the USA set the world record for this event on 5 February 2016, completing the challenge in 33.22 seconds.
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.
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.
*Information from http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/, and is correct as of October 2017.