Bill Wynne and his Yorkies Meet World’s Smallest Working Dog

Bill Wynne and his Yorkies, Smoky Too and Sadie, had a wonderful meeting with the world’s smallest working dog, Lucy and her owner Sally yesterday. Lucy weighs in at just 2.5 pounds and was named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s smallest working dog for her work as a therapy dog. The meeting occurred at the Smoky and Dogs of All Wars memorial (and Smoky’s final resting place) in the Rocky River Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks. Lucy and Sally arrived in Cleveland, OH with a wonderful TV crew from British TV studio ITV, who were there to film the meeting for a TV show called “Super Tiny Animals.”

Head over to cleveland.com to read more about the meeting. Smoky and Lucy both have their own pages on Facebook, so please consider “liking” them to receive updates via Facebook!

Check back later for some photos of the event on this blog and Smoky’s Facebook page!

Comments

  1. I was wondering how Bill, Smoky Too, and Sadie were doing? I’m hoping to get out to the Smoky memorial at the Rocky River Reservation soon, so my Yorkie, Tyler, can pay his respects.

  2. Robin Russo says:

    I havent heard from Bill in a while, I hope everything is ok.
    Yorkie hugs from Robin, Farah and Angelina in Sewell, NJ

  3. Jon Tabar says:

    Hi Robin, Farah, and Angelina – Bill is doing well…thanks for asking!
    -Jon (Bill’s grandson)

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