Your dog may know some cool tricks, but are they cool enough to land a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records—twice? Japanese-based Purin the Super Beagle recently snatched her second certificate, this time for the "Fastest 10M Traveled on a Ball by a Dog."

Last year, Purin, who was nine years old at the time, completed her first record-breaking feat when she caught 14 mini soccer balls with her paws in a minute, according to Laughing Squid. For this more recent record, Purin upgraded to a bigger, brighter ball, and put all four paws to use. She completed her 10-meter ball run in 11.3 seconds.

The video above showcases Purin's impressive talent, and if you watch closely, you can learn more about her technique. As her front paws roll the ball forward, her back paws keep the ball (and Purin) stable.

Purin and other record breaking animals and humans are featured in the new book, Guinness World Records 2016: Blockbusters, available now in the UK, Ireland, Australia, and online.

[h/t Laughing Squid]

Banner image via Purin the Super Beagle on Facebook