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A California dog trainer and her Border Collies, Wish and Halo, have set the Guinness World Record for most tricks performed by two dogs in one minute.
Emily Larlham, a world-renowned dog trainer in El Cajon, California uses science-based progressive reinforcement and effective communication to train dogs without the use of physical or psychological intimidation—and now she’s proven how well these training methods work!
The trainer, along with her Border Collies, Wish and Halo, set the Guinness World Record for most tricks performed by two dogs in one minute with an impressive 28 tricks!
To add to their accolades, Wish also broke the record for the fastest 5-meter crawl by a dog, crossing the finish line in a mere 2.175 seconds!
When she’s not smashing world records with her own impressive pups, Larlham spends her time training other trainers, speaking at seminars and dog training conferences, and producing comprehensive, step-by-step training videos for followers of her popular YouTube channel, Dog Training by Kikopup.
Larlham makes dog training simpler for pet parents by breaking it down into small, achievable steps that set the dogs (and their people) up for success while strengthening trust and deepening the human-dog bond.
We can’t wait to see what other amazing record-breaking talents are revealed in this trainer and her pup’s future!