04 Jul 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News


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Dogs can pull some of the most amazing stuff that you can’t even imagine. They can adorably get stuck in a bucket, or cuddle a kitten or gladly eat the entire pantry with no shame. They are way more impressive as compared to us humans. But this pooch won us over in just one go. Ludivine, two and a half-year-old bloodhound from Elkmont, Alabama ran a half marathon and ranked 7th.


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Couldn’t believe what you read? Well, yes this is true. April Hamlin, Ludivine’s owner did not do anything, but just opened the door so that the pup could go out and pee. The pooch recurrently roams the town of 400 and someone managed to hit the starting line of the local half-marathon. The owner came to know about his pup’s adventure when volunteers texted pictures of Ludivine being awarded with a medal.


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As per Hamlin, Ludivine is one of the laziest one around and he is still surprised that she ran a half marathon. Despite a lot of distractions that included investigating a rabbit, she stood 7th.


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For us, dogs are angels sent from heaven. they are the one who inspire us in many ways. According to Ludivine's owner, Hamlin, the pooch loves to take long solo strolls through the woods in downtown nearby. The pup loves to roam around so much that almost everyone knows who the dog was. Hence, when Ludivine ran the marathon, it wasn't that surprising for him. 

Honestly, with Ludivine running the half marathon, she has given me true inspiration. Now you guys don’t be a lazy bum, breathe in the fresh air and at least go for a morning jog! *Woof*


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