There’s a new dog in the Guinness Book of World Records.
And therein lies a tail.
It’s a whopping 30.2 inches long, and belongs to an Irish wolfhound named Keon.
Keon will appear in the 2017 edition of Guinness World Records, the staff of which recently visited his family in Westerlo, Belgium, to present them with an official certificate for having the world’s longest dog tail.
Keon’s never-ending tail topped that of the previous record holder in the category, another Irish wolfound, by nearly two inches.
A veterinarian determined the official length by measuring the tail from the top of the bone to the tip – not including the hair.
Keon is an Irish name that means “courageous warrior,” but his owner Ilse Loodts says — even though his tail can do some damage — he is a gentle giant.
(Photos: Guinness Book of World Records)
Posted by John Woestendiek January 18th, 2017 under Muttsblog.
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