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Football Goalie Beagle Breaks Records Saving 14 Balls In One Minute

This dog makes a better FIFA goalie than most.

Dondi Tiples





This dog makes a better FIFA goalie than most.

Who said dogs don’t love soccer?

This is Purin, a nine-year-old beagle from Japan who has the unholiest obsession with becoming a legitimate football goalie someday. Maybe at the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup. For canines.


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Purin is so much in love with the sport, she has convinced her human to train with her everyday, tossing dog-sized soccer balls which she prevents from hitting the goal net by catching them in her furry paws.

The pretty pup with her fluffy ears is so good at what she does, she has actually made the Guinness World Record for stopping 14 balls in their tracks inside of a minute!

Watch Purin go!

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Her human, Makoto Kumagai, who lives with Purin in Sakura, Chiba in Japan revealed his amazing canine companion is a multi-talented athlete who can skateboard, skip rope, walk on her hind legs, and balance on a giant rolling ball without falling off!

Incredible balancing Purin

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According to Kumagai, who describes Purin as a calm and happy beagle who is competitive and always eager to play, the dog has been with him since she was a pup, and one of their bonding moments consists of spending 15 minutes a day practicing her goalie skills.

Prior to making the Guinness’ Book, where you will soon find her featured in the 2016 edition of the tome, Purin actually made two other records with her goalie skills. Last year, she caught 11 balls within the space of a minute!

Like the little lady she is, Purin doesn’t use any other part of her body to save the balls from the net, she only uses her paws. Standing on her hind legs, eyes sharp at attention, the floppy-eared pup can snag more balls than an actual FIFA World Cup goalie in a single game!

Stretching up to meet the ball.

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Now where can we buy tickets to watch this dog play?

H/T: Buzzfeed, Guinness World Records, and ABC News

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The elephants traveled across the African landscape to seek help from one safe haven they know: the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.

Ann Nuñez



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This dog has the most desperate yet sweetest attempt to acquire forgiveness from its owner!

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Heroic Dog Spends A Week Watching Over Trapped ‘Best Friend’ Until Help Comes

Carey was so amazed that Tillie stayed beside the ravine, watching Phoebe the whole time she got stuck. She can’t believe that a dog would do that.




A golden retriever named Tillie was caught guarding the basset hound Phoebe for an entire week at a cistern where Phoebe fell. Everyone in town is hailing the dog a hero and calling the two "best friends."

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