This year we will be making our second attempt at winning the Guinness World Record for the largest single breed dog walk with French Bulldogs.
The record is currently set at 783 Yorkshire Terriers and we weren't too far off this last year.
If you are taking part in this years attempt we will need you sign up via email. Please send your email to [email protected]
and include a picture of your French Bulldog with their name and age they will be on the 22nd July. We will then reply with your number, this will be your place in the walk and you will need to remember it as you'll need to collect your number tag when you arrive.
Please also make sure you click 'going' on this event group so we can keep you updated with any important information regarding the record attempt.
*THIS PROCESS HAS BEEN APPROVED BY OUR APPLICATION MANAGER*
Please read the guidelines set out by Guinness World Records;
.The walk will be just over half a mile, which is two laps of our venue
.French Bulldogs must be over 1 years old ( Age restriction is only applicable to the walk, not the actual Festival. The walk will be happening within the festival and everything will come to a halt for 30 mins whilst we complete the attempt)
.One person to one dog
.Under no circumstances can any shock collars or similar devices be worn
You do not need any age verification for your dogs, our vets will be signing official documentation stating they believe all dogs taking part are over the age of 1 and fit and healthy enough to be taking part. This is to prevent any animal welfare cases being made against Woof Festival and the Guinness World Records.
There will be plenty of water stops and paddling pools on site to cool dogs down if it is a warm day. We will also have emergency vets assisting us with the walk as the dogs well-being is number one priority above winning the record.
Please get in touch if you have any questions.