You probably noticed how dogs like jumping anytime they meet new people or get over-excited about things. If so, have you wondered which the highest jump a dog can actually perform?
Meet the hero female Greyhound, the dog that, thus far, performed the highest dog jump ever recorded, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Cinderella May alias Cindy or Soaring Cindy, born on December 2000, a female Holly Greyhound owned by Kate Long and Kathleen Conroy living in Miami, Florida, USA, amazingly jumped the highest peak ever reached by a dog of 172.7 centimeters or 68 inches high, at the Purina Incredible Dog Challenge National Finals in 2006.
Cindy left this world on March 2015 at the age of 14, yet holding the record for the highest jump in dogs.
Her contribution in promoting greyhound around the globe was remarkable. She is remembered as a very loving and energetic dog too.
Let us together share some interesting photos of Cindy during her amazing life journey.
- The Time Cinderella Showed The World The Real Dog Jump a Greyhound Can Do!
2. Cindy Made an Adorable Family Dog TOO!
3. Cindy’s Training Sessions Were Tough But Worth It Every Penny!
4. Even Kids Could Recall Cindy’s Heroic Jumps!
5. Cindy Even Wanted To Inspire Mid-School Children In Their Career Day!
6. Cindy Adored Walking In The Nature!
7. Cinderella was “Soaring Cindy” to Many!
8. All Loved Cindy!