- Wolfgang Lauenburger and his pack of 14 dogs broke the record set by his daughter in 2022.
- Conga line is a type of dance where individuals line up one after the other while dancing.
- The dogs had to move at least five metres while keeping their posture.
14 dogs create the conga line, setting Guinness World Record. Keeping a group of dogs in a line may appear to be a difficult effort, but it is also beyond words gorgeous. A German citizen has set a Guinness World Record by teaching his pet dogs to form a conga line. Wolfgang Lauenburger and his pack of 14 dogs broke the record set by his daughter Alexa in February 2022 with nine dogs.
On Tuesday, the official Twitter handle of Guinness World Records published a video of Lauenburger and his daughter training the dogs on how to balance their front limbs on the back of the dog in front.
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The caption, which appears alongside the video, states, “New record: Most dogs in a conga line – 14 by Wolfgang Lauenburger (Germany) Wolfgang guided Emma, Filou, Fin, Simon, Susy, Maya, Ulf, Speck, Bibi, Katie, Jennifer, Elvis, Charly and Cathy in the long line.”
The video has also wowed a slew of dog lovers, with many netizens appreciating it. “That’s the most wholesome thing I saw today,” one user said, while another said, “The balance and grace oh the cuteness!!”
The pack’s 14 dogs formed a conga line in front of a Guinness judge. The dogs had to move at least five metres while keeping the posture, according to the Guinness World Record criteria.
A conga line is a type of dance in which individuals line up one after the other while dancing while grasping each other’s shoulders or waists.
Notably, the father-daughter team set several records, including the most rollovers by a dog in a minute (62).