This Earth we live and thrive on does belong to us humans and all the animals and plants too and we all are a part of a natural cycle that follows a pattern of life here. No wonder many of us love our animals, especially the pets. And dogs have proved to be the most adorable and dependable pets ever.
Here is the story of one very special dog Tubby.
Tubby, also known as the world’s greenest dog after entering into the Guinness Book of Records for sniffing out plastic bottles for recycling, died last week at the age of 13. A Labrador from Torfaen, UK, Tubby died in London on Tuesday.
Tubby won the title of ‘world’s greenest dog’ by the Guinness Book of Records in 2011 after picking up 26,000 plastic bottles on his twice daily walks and crushing them in his mouth. He would carry them over to his owner Sandra Gilmore, to be recycled, BBC reported. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
“It was a pleasure to have Tubby feature in the book. It was a unique record and we are honoured to have been able to verify his achievement in the community,” a spokesman of Guinness World Records said.
Gilmore believes Tubby collected more than 50,000 discarded bottles in his life time as he was more obsessed by them than the usual dog playthings like a ball or stick.
“He meant so much to us and the local community and he had friends all over the world. He didn’t let it all go to his head though as he was always the keenest, greenest recycling canine around with the smallest carbon paw print ever,” Gilmore added.
Tubby’s efforts won him fame, including being invited onto the BBC One Show also being presented with a bone live on ITV.