A Team of British Siberian Huskies Set the Guinness World Record With Mobile Bones.
The dogs owned by Sindy Ratani and driven by Suzannah Sorrell completed the fastest 100m on a dog sled on a deserted Norfolk beach in just 10.65 seconds.
Sindy Ratani said “Our Guinness World Record holders are fed on Mobile Bones, they are all hard working veterans so need that extra something that Mobile Bones gives them to keep their joints in tip top condition. It’s great to see them enjoying life in the fast lane.”
“Many of the dogs are rescue dogs and I am so proud of them. They have done really well especially because it is their first time at the seaside. The vast open space of Holkham is very different to the forest trails they usually race in.”
The 100m World Record started as a bet. The bookmakers William Hill challenged Miss Sorell, journalist and director of the Big Dog Consultancy, to set a world record. If she did so they would donate £3,000 to her chosen charities. Now that the record has been set donations have been made to Sled Dog Welfare, Great Dane Adoption Society, Battersea Dogs and Cats Home and a Norfolk greyhound rescue centre.
You can read more about the world record-breaking run on Husky News.