Longest Flying Disc Throw Caught by a Dog
On Sunday, October 14, 2012 at around 12:46pm, Davy Whippet and Rob McLeod broke the Guinness World Record for Longest Flying Disc Throw Caught By a Dog and the WFDF World Record for Distance to Canine Catch with a catch at 134 yards (402 feet). Not only did Davy and Rob break a record that has stood for more than 18 years (set in 1994 by Cheyenne Whippet and Mark Molnar), but Davy also becomes the first dog to officially catch a flying disc over 400 feet.
Flying Disc – Time Aloft, dog
On Monday, October 9, 2017 Rob McLeod and Davy Whippet unofficially broke the Canine MTA Guinness and WFDF World Record with a throw and catch of 10.59 seconds. This breaks the previous record of 10.56 seconds set in 2014 by Rob and Davy. Rob is throwing a Frisbee Fastback from Discovering the World. The wind was perfect, the sun was high in the sky and Davy was tracking Rob’s throws perfectly.