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No one is gonna steal from this pooch!
Daz is a very special dog living in London. He is the owner of the world's loudest bark!
In the UK, 61 percent of homes do not own anti-burglary systems of any kind while 81 percent of dog owners have never been burgled.
That's where Daz comes into the picture!
Using the canine EPIC bark, developers have created a recording of the world's loudest dog to protect your house!
Watch the vid (above) learn more about Daz and his mighty bellow!
That's a lot of money for dog food! LOLz!
Tibetan mastiffs are especially rare and owners will pay a pretty penny to own one of this majestic breed.
But this price tag takes the cake!
A Chinese coal industrialist drop $1.5 million on a red Tibetan mastiff, beating out the previous most expensive dog record (also a Tibetan mastiff) of $582K.
This dog is 180 pounds and he's only 11 months old!
Named Hong Dong or "Big Splash," the rare pooch was fed only beef, chicken, abalone and sea cucumber. His breeder, Mr. Lu, believes Big Splash will make an excellent breeding dog, as Tibetan mastiffs are quickly becoming status symbols on the level of limos, super cars, and diamonds.
Some historic figures who were Tibetan mastiff owners include Queen Victoria, Genghis Khan, and even Buddha.
These dogs are thought to be lucky charms and spiritual to the level that some monks believe that they are reincarnations of monks and nuns who didn't make it to heaven.
We'd love to have one of BEAUTIFUL doggies but we'll leave that to the rich folks!
Kansas City wanted to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in a way that wasn't conventional.
What better way could there be than using Chihuahuas?! In costumes!
On second thought…
The city wanted to break the dog parade parade record of 700 dogs marching together.
And the results???
The distance may not seem very impressive, but guinea pigs are terrible jumpers.
Unless the guinea pig is Truffles! The new Guinness World Record holder!
Truffles crushed the old record by almost 10cm by jumping a 30cm gap!
Check out the above video to see the record get broken.
A new world record was just set and confirmed by Guinness in Australia.
A Texas Longhorn bull has been named the Longhorn with the longest (what else) horns!
The big guy truly lives up to his name with horns that measure 9 feet across!!
Check him out in the above video.
In Japan, Kiyoshi Kimura, president of Sushi-Zanmai, a Japanese sushi chain, bought a 593-pound bluefin tuna.
And it cost him $736,000!!!!
It broke the record for most expensive fish ever sold, with the previous record only being $416,000.
Bluefin tuna are government controlled when it comes to how many can be caught each year and this one was particularly huge so that's why the price was so high.
On his reason for spending so much for a single fish, Kimura said: