- Rob McLeod, Davy the Whippet
- 10.59 second(s)
- Canada (Regina)
The longest time for a flying disc to be aloft before being caught by a dog is 10.59 seconds and was achieved by Rob McLeod throwing to Davy the Whippet (both Canada) in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, on 9 October 2017. The record was ratified by the World Flying Disc Federation.
This beat their previous world record of 10.56 seconds, set in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 12 October 2014.
The duo also hold the record for farthest distance flying disc catch by a dog: 122.5 m (402 ft) set in Thorhild, Alberta, Canada, on 14 October 2012.
In addition, McLeod has set a number of individual flying-disc records including the longest time aloft for a flying disc thrown while on ice skates (14.14 seconds) and the farthest throw, skate and catch while on ice skates (92.4 m; 303 ft 1.8 in), both achieved in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on 17 February 2018.