Wolfhound Keon has wagged his tail into the Guinness World Records.
Owner of the world’s longest tail, the Irish Wolfhound’s tail measures an impressive 76.8 centimeters in length.
Guinness takes the measurement from the highest point on the top of the tail down to the tip of the bone, so any extra fur hanging off the end of the tail doesn’t count toward the record.
The previous record holder was also a Wolfhound, but Keon’s tail is 4.5 centimeters longer than that dog’s appendage. Keon’s record appears in the 2017 edition of the Guinness book.