Jennifer Fraser and her dog named Daiquiri are at it again. On Saturday, Fraser and her pup made another attempt at a Guinness Book of World Records feat.
A group of onlookers and volunteers were on hand at the Strathmore High School (SHS) track, to help record and time the event.
Jennifer and Daiquiri unofficially broke the Guinness World Records record of the most dog tricks in 60 seconds.
The duo was successful in their attempt, but will now need to wait for three months in order to get official confirmation from the Guinness Book of World Records that they’ve made it.
Jennifer Fraser is a local dog trainer who performs with her dog Daiquiri. She was most recently featured on the hit TV show America's Got Talent, where they received four yes's from the judges for their magic routine.
But it's not just the tricks, on Saturday at SHS it became clear to onlookers of the speed and technical maneuvers completed by Fraser and Daiquiri.
Fraser is also the owner of Paradise Kennels, a luxury dog hotel located east of Strathmore that she built 11 years ago.
Fraser began learning how to train dogs at the age of three, from her grandmother Peggy. She began training professionally at the age of 13. She has earned over 350 titles with her dogs. She is also a member of the Superdogs Team, and she continues to actively compete in dog sports that include agility, obedience, rally obedience, confirmation with past experience in herding, fly ball, scent hurdling, and protection work.