Sailor the poodle might be a dog, but he can push a shopping trolley, play with a skipping rope AND climb up flights on stairs on his hind legs.
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The talented pooch has set a, incredible new record for the Fastest 10 Meters on a Walking Globe by a dog, completing the task in an amazing 33.22 seconds. In a video showcasing Sailor's impressive skills, the dog can be seen achieving the world record by walking on a red ball in a straight line, as well as showing off some of his other more brilliant tricks!
Not only can Sailor break World Records, he can also climb stairs on his hind legs, setting yet another world record in 2015 for Fastest Time to Climb 20 Stars by a dog on hind legs.
His owner, expert dog trainer Alex Rothaker, revealed that he rescued the dog as a vet had planned to put him down as a puppy as he was too aggressive, unless Alex wanted to adopt him. He opened up about his work with Sailor, saying: "The greatest thing in life is making people happy and performing and making people laugh. And that’s what Sailor does… he knows he's making people happy."
Sailor's Guinness World Record video already has over 28,000 views, and amazed fans have been quick to comment on the poodle's brilliant skills. One YouTube user commented on the video: "Wow, the dog's got skills. Amazing dog," while another wrote: "Well done doggy and mostly the trainer. Keep it up."
Alex also has another record-breaking dog, Sweet Pea, who set the record for Fastest 100 Meter With a Can Balanced on Head by a dog.