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Dog World Record Breakers
 
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Smallest Dog
 The smallest dog on record was a matchbox-sized Yorkshire terrier owned by Arthur Marples of Blackburn, England. This tiny creature, which died in 1945 at the age of nearly two years, stood 2 Ĺ inches tall at the shoulder and measured 3 Ĺ inches from the tip of itís nose to the base of its tail. It weighed only four ounces.

Tallest Dog
 The tallest dog on record was named Shamgret Danzas. He was 42 inches tall (at the shoulder!) and weighed 238 lbs.

Heaviest Dog
 The worlds heaviest as well as longest dog ever recorded was an Old English Mastiff named Zorba. In 1989, Zorba weighed 343 lbs and was 8 feet 3 inches long from nose to tail! 

Longest Jump
 A greyhound named Bang jumped 30 feet while chasing a hare at Brecon Lodge, Glouchestershire, England in 1849. He cleared a 4 foot 6 inch gate and landed on a hard road, damaging his pastern bone.

Best Tracker
 In 1925, a Doberman Pinscher named Sauer, trained by Detective-Sergeant Herbert Kruger, tracked a stock thief 100 miles across the Great Karroo, South Africa by scent alone.

Largest Dog
 The heaviest and longest dog ever recorded is Aicama Zorba of La-Susa (born September 26, 1981.), an Old English Mastiff owned by Chris Eraclides of London, England. In November 1989, Zorba was recorded as weighing 343 pounds, standing 37 inches at the shoulder, and measuring 8 feet, 3 inches long from nose to tail.
Some of these were taken from
The Guinness Book of Records 1996
Bantham Books/Guinness Publishing Ltd. p62.
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