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This week’s video celebrates toy poodle Chanda-Leah, who performed a huge repertoire of 469 different tricks to earn her place in the Guinness World Records 1999 book.
Owned and trained by Sharon Robinson of Ontario, Canada, the pooch’s diverse talents included playing the piano, knowing her three, four and five times table, painting, and riding a skateboard. She even cleared away her toys when she'd finished playing.
The adorable fluffy entertainer sadly died on 20 June 2006 due to complications caused by cardiac difficulties, aged 12 years old.
Guinness World Records no longer follows this particular record as it has been replaced by Most tricks performed by a dog in one minute.
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