In an amazing display of skill, a clever cocker spaniel from Scotland has earned himself a spot in the Guinness World Records. This talented dog, named Leo, used his mouth to put an impressive 23 coins into a piggy bank in just one minute.
Leo’s owner, Emily Anderson from Aberdeen, Scotland, revealed that it took around two years of training for her four-year-old pooch to master the art of depositing 10-pence coins into a piggy bank.
Leo’s record-breaking attempt took place at Logie Durno Village Hall in front of several witnesses. With their eyes glued to the clock, everyone watched in awe as Leo skillfully dropped 23 coins into the bank within the given time, surpassing the previous record of 18 coins.
“Over the last two years, I’ve had to dry so many 10p coins. They get absolutely covered in saliva each time he picks them up and then they’re hard to pick up, so they need to be dried again,” explained Anderson to Aberdeen Live.
Not only is Leo a pro at coin depositing, but he also has a range of other impressive tricks up his furry sleeve. Besides being a master painter, he excels at playing tennis and can even perform CPR maneuvers.
Leo’s extraordinary talent has captured the hearts of many, earning him a well-deserved spot in the Guinness World Records. With his incredible abilities, there’s no telling what this remarkable cocker spaniel will accomplish next!