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BWR2017 fails to beat record

Sadly, BWR2017 failed in numbers and was not recognised by GWR


English Bulldog record fails too

An attempt to break the World Record by Bulldog owners in Mexico has also failed.


Current World Record

Largest (Single Breed) Dog Walk

The current World Record for The Largest (Single Breed) Dog Walk is currently held by Yorkimania of Mexico, who successfully walked 783 Yorkshire Terriers on 9th August 2015. Sean Parkinson of Merseyside Beagle Club decided to beat this record and in 2016 started to organise an attempt on the World Record by calling on Beagles from all over the United Kingdom to come together on 23rd April 2017 at Capesthorne Hall in Cheshire..


Latest Updates:

Beaglelandia (Beagle World Record 2)

Another attempt at the World Record for the Largest Dog Walk will take place at Capesthorpe Hall, Cheshire on Sunday 22nd April 2018.

The event is now SOLD OUT!!

For further information, please visit:

Beagle World Record Poster (pdf)

Beagle Registration Form (pdf)  One per Beagle please!!


September 2017

Sadly, it was confirmed this month that the BWR2017 bid was unsuccessful in attempting to break the World Record.  Scrutineers from GWR would only suggest that the method of counting was not sufficient.  The count on the day also fell short of the record.

April 2017

Beagle World Record 2017

An attempt to break the record for the Largest (Single Breed) Dog Walk was made on Sunday 23rd April 2017 around the grounds of Capesthorne Hall in Cheshire, over a distance of 1.9 Km (1.2 miles).

Beagles from all over the UK attended the event and money was also raised for two Beagle charities (Beagle Welfare and Unite to Care).

The official number of Beagles completing the walk was 887.


A total profit of £3,112.75p was raised after deductions for costs etc, which will be split evenly between the two charities.

Watch this website or Twitter @BeagleWR for more information. 


Meanwhile, please visit the Gallery for photos and more videos of the fantastic day!



Website last updated:  2nd April 2018