New World Record for Longest Ears

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A 3-year-old dog named Lou recently broke the Guinness World Record for Longest Ears on a Living Dog.

Each of the female Black-and-Tan Coonhound’s ears measures an impressive 34 centimeters/13.38 inches long. Lou’s owner, Paige Olsen, who is a veterinary technician, told Guinness that Lou attracts a lot of attention from strangers, and that everyone always wants to touch her ears.

The record for the Longest Ears on a Dog Ever is held by a Bloodhound named Tigger, whose ears measured 34.9 centimeters right ear and 34.2 left ear.

2 thoughts on “New World Record for Longest Ears”

  1. I'm confused. Lou broke the Guinness World Record for Longest Ears on a Living Dog with 34 centimeters and Tigger held the record with ears 34.9 & 34.2 centimeters long?
    Was Tigger dead when they measured his ears? That sounds to me like a distinction without a difference, or do ears get longer when animals die? 34.9 & 34.2 are both longer than 34., right?

  2. This is such a great piece. What a way to start the day. Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to <a href="">read more</a> articles from you.

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