Written by Staff Writer
20 Jun, 2015 | 5:31 pm
Records are made to be broken and there’s a new lady on the scene named Konjo.
The Guinness World Records has said that a tiny dog named Konjo in the US has become the world’s fastest dog on two front paws after completing a five-metre run in just 2.39 seconds.
Konjo, the half Papillon, quarter Jack Russell, quarter Chihuahua from Tustin, California, claimed the title of fastest five-metres on front paws by a dog with a time of 2.39 seconds, smashing the previous record of 7.76 seconds set by a Pomeranian named Jiff, also from California.
Konjo’s owner Julia Pasternack was confident about Konjo’s ability when she first contacted the Guinness World Records team.
Konjo’s record-breaking attempt took place at Tustin Sports Park, Tustin, California, on December 22, 2014. Ms Pasternack also explained how Konjo first started to run on her front paws.
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