Owners of 361 golden retrievers gathered at Guisachan Estate in Tomich, Scotland last week break the world record with the largest gathering of the breed in history.
The event was organized by the The Golden Retriever Club of Scotland to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the breed. The first-ever litter was born at the estate in 1868.
Take a look at some of the cuteness below!
361 golden retrievers broke a world record with the biggest gathering of the breed pic.twitter.com/7BJ35stxGu— TIME (@TIME) July 24, 2018
The Golden Retriever Club of Scotland organized the gathering to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the breed. It was held where the golden retriever was first bred in 1868, and well over 300 golden retrievers showed up to commemorate the special event. https://t.co/hxpGVLHPja pic.twitter.com/gvTS0vLh2a— WOWT 6 News (@WOWT6News) July 23, 2018
"We've gone up from 188 golden retrievers 10 years ago at the 2006 gathering to 222 in 2016 and now, today we got 361. It's appropriate we've beaten our record on the big anniversary."https://t.co/kibU6ZS7Xv— Tommy C (@MegaMuggins) July 23, 2018
Why yes, we are celebrating our 2nd wedding anniversary at the Golden Retriever Festival in Tomich, Scotland. #marriedliferocks #goldenretrievers #thisisreal @dogrates @_a12k pic.twitter.com/e7Yo6quadj— Gira Desai Wieczorek (@giradesai) July 18, 2018