For the Guinness World Record, a dog covers the bases at Dodger Stadium in 21.06 seconds.

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For the Guinness World Record, a dog covers the bases at Dodger Stadium in 21.06 seconds.

When a Jack Russell terrier covered the bases in 21.06 seconds at Dodger Stadium, he set a Guinness World Record.

Lori Signs, the dog’s owner and trainer, placed balloons at each of the bases to encourage Macho to touch each one and pop them as he passed.

Prior to Macho’s run, Signs told the Los Angeles Daily News, “I didn’t sleep at all, nervous jitters.” “He’s still a dog, no matter what. A wayward pigeon, a gopher, or a fallen leaf are all possibilities. “All we were doing was holding our breath.”

Macho was able to beat Guinness’ goal time of 24 seconds. The dog received a certificate for running the bases in the quickest time at a Major League Baseball stadium.

Signs stated, “He was perfect.” “He hit a grand slam home run,” says the announcer. It was incredible. “I am ecstatic.”

Macho was reportedly rewarded for his world-record-breaking achievement with a prime rib meal, according to signs.

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