Renee's dog wore a fake mustache measuring 4.5 inches long and 10.5 inches wide.
Art Hoffman completed a 1/4 mile bike ride with his dog Chenji in 58.87
Art Hoffman completed a 1/4 mile racewalk with his dog Chenji in two
minutes, 17.08 seconds. Chenji is a Swahilian name.
Art Hoffman and his dog Chenji completed a 1/4 mile roller skate sprint
in one minute, 55.06 seconds.
Art Hoffman’s dog, Chenji, ate 10 Bamba snacks in 9.78 seconds while
wearing one URDB patch and one RecordSetter patch.
Note: Animals are unpredictable. Please use caution when involving pets
in your world record attempts!
Jack's dog ate four sausages in one minute, 38.18 seconds.
Jay Thomas and his pet dog, Tia, each ate a slice of toast in two minutes, 35.21 seconds.
WARNING: Speed eating can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 or trained as a professional speed eater. We will not accept speed eating submissions from minors.
Clint Poore carried his Saint Bernard, Ezekiel, 50 feet in 5.62 seconds.
Brian made a balloon dog one-handed in 42.70 seconds while balancing on a rola bola.
Nikesh Thapaliya wrote the sentence "The quick brown fox jumps over
the lazy dog" five times in 50.81 seconds.
Art Hoffman held his 65.8-pound dog Chenji at the Four Corners
Art Hoffman lifted his dog Chenji, who weighs 69.4 pounds during a stop
on the RecordSetter book tour.
Chenji, a dog, had his photo taken while seated on Santa’s lap. Chenji
weighs in at 69.4 pounds, a new world record.
As part of a Chef Michael's world record event held at PetFest in Bridgehampton, New York, 224 people gathered and set a new world record for Largest Dog-Friendly Communal Dining Experience.
RecordSetter officials Ella Morton and Dan Rollman were present to count the participants and announce the record.
Jared performed a 16-foot dirt bike wheelie while riding with two puppies and playing a harmonica.
Clint Poore carried his Saint Bernard, Ezekiel, three laps; each lap measures 50 feet.
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