Golden Retriever Rescue Attempts to Break Guinness World Record

On Sunday September 21st, 2014, in Alliston, Ontario  (a town 6o min north of Toronto), Golden Rescue will hold their 22nd annual picnic at the beautiful MapleLane Farms that boasts a 3 acre off leash area.  There are also activities like dock diving and agility.  Last year there were over 120 dogs in attendance.





This year, they want to break the Guinness World Record for most dogs being brushed at one time.  All breeds are welcome.  (Imagine the fur ball!)   Funds raised go to this amazing rescue organization.  Click here to see their website for details.

I am only two hours away, and I really hope to bring Tucker!

If you would be interested in attending, they would love it if you give them a “heads up” by emailing them at

and don’t forget to bring your brush!  BYOB!

Here’s a video from last years picnic.

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Golden Retriever Breaks Record For World’s Loudest Bark

Charlie, a 6 year old golden retriever from Australia, has broken the Guinness World Record for the loudest bark, at 113.1 decibels.

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Charlie’s owner Belinda Freebairn says Charlie has always had a loud bark.

“He doesn’t bark at home at all really,” she said. “He’s really quiet.