Bulldog sets a new world record - level 3

Bulldog sets a new world record - level 3

18-11-2015 15:00

We all know that skateboarding dogs are probably the best type of videos on the Internet, but this one pooch goes one step further.

It is Guinness World Record Day and to celebrate, Otto the bulldog set a world record for the longest human tunnel traveled through by a dog on a skateboard. Yeah, random

The thrill-seeking pup in Peru took to his skateboard and sped through the legs of 30 people to successfully break the record. The four-year-old animal also shows his skills by cleverly shifting his weight on the board to navigate his way through the curvy obstacle course so that he doesn't bump into anyone's legs.

Several record attempts will be made around world to mark the 11th annual Guinness World Records day, but none are quite as cute as this little dude.

For his record-breaking achievement, crowds gathered to give Otto attention, and he seemed to be rather pleased with himself.

Difficult words: pooch (a dog), random (unusual), shift (to move), obstacle (a thing which blocks your way), attempt (to try) annual, (happening every year), dude (slang for a friend or a man), gather (to get together).

Source: www.ondemandnews.com

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