A floppy-eared Japanese beagle with paw-fect yoga skills has scampered into the record books after setting the world mark for the “fastest 10 metres travelled on a ball by a dog. ”
Ten-year-old female Purin — the Japanese for “pudding” — shot to fame last year when footage of the fluffy pooch breaking the Guinness World Record for the “most balls caught by a dog with the paws in one minute” went viral.
Not content with putting Japan’s J-League goalkeepers to shame, Purin will have yoga fanatics sobbing into their yoghurt after nimbly steering an inflatable training ball over a distance of 10 metres in just 10.39 seconds to become a double world record holder.
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