A single dog can instantly turn a disastrous day into a fabulous one just by looking at you. Australians were fortunate enough to witness what 576 could do. That’s how many Border Collies got together in a park in Willaston, attempting to break the record of most Border Collies in one place.
The event that looked like heaven on Earth was organized by the Border Collie Owners of South Australia group. It raised over $6,000 for charity and shattered the previous record of 503 dogs that TV veterinarian Dr. Katrina Warren arranged in 2013.
The Guinness Book of World Records, however, does not acknowledge benchmarks relating to specific breeds. But this didn’t stop collie-lovers and the K9s themselves from having a blast during the colossal gathering where no cats were invited.
Border Collie Owners of South Australia got together with their pets to break the record of most Border Collies in one place
The previous unofficial record of 503 dogs was organized by TV veterinarian Dr. Katrina Warren in 2013
This time, 576 dogs were confirmed to have attended the event in a park in Willaston, shattering the old record
And even though The Guinness Book of World Records does not acknowledge benchmarks relating to specific breeds
Collie-lovers and the K9s themselves had a blast during the colossal gathering where no cats were invited