Humans have tried breaking many famous records, but what about Man's Best Friend? These animals can do just as well as their owners in the record world!
1) Giant George EditThis is no ordinary Great Dane. George holds the previous world record for world's tallest living dog.
Living In: Tuscon, Arizona, USA.
Breed: Great Dane.
Born: November 17, 2005 (age 7).
Weight: 245 pounds (111 kg).
Height: 39 inches (99 cm).
Was world's tallest dog from: 22nd February 2010 -- September 13 2012.
George has beaten previous record holder, Titan (who was 43 inches, 110 cm) and now Zeus holds the record (at 44 inches, 1.1 m).
Most Dogs Skipping Rope EditDogs must be trained at an early age, but these dogs have a special talent. 13 dogs skipping a rope!
Living In: 'Super Wan Wan Circus', Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan.
Breed: Mixture (Poodles, Chihuaua, Yorkshire Terrier).
Gender: Mixed (Female and male).
Names: Leo, Doremi, Button, Koume, Aya, Kimchi, Nami, Mayonaise, Ann, Sumire, Kurobe and Akebi.
Longest CatEditA cat would never grow this long, would it? Stewie, a Maine Coon, has the world record for longest cat!
Living In: Nevada, USA.
Breed: Maine Coon.
Age 5, Stewie or his full name Mymains Stewart Gilligan, measures 48.5 in when fully streched out!
Balancing Glass of WaterEdit
Sweet Pea, an Australian Shepherd/Border collie mix, holds two strange records.
Living In: USA.
Breed: Australian Shepherd/Border collie mix.
1st record: Walking down 10 steps (facing forwards) while balancing a 141 g (5 oz) glass of water.
2nd record: Fastest 100m while balancing a can, 2 min 55 secs.
- Rose, a 6--year--old Labrador retriever/Border collie mix has a record of catching up to 7 frisbees.
- Boo Boo, a long--haired female Chihuahua, has a record of the smallest living dog (4 in, 2 pounds).
- Angie, an 8--year--old Golden retriever, can hold 5 tennis balls at once!
- Bluey, an Australian Cattle dog, was the oldest living dog (29 years, 5 months).
- Oscar the cat was the first animal to recieve bionic leg implants.
- Tillman, an English Bulldog, travelled 100m across a car park in 19.68 seconds!