do you know who the dog is oldest in the world, This is a female fox terrier called a pebble. Pebble lives with its owners in South Carolina, United States, and received official certification as the world’s oldest dog at the age of 22 years, 59 days.
At first the family wanted to adopt large breed dogwhen he saw little puppy for the first time. What Pebble lacked in stature, he made up for in personality.
When Bobby looked around at the shelter, he saw that the dog was following him and ran away from him every time. “She was barking so boisterously at Bobby that she had no choice but to catch him,” said Julie. “It was the instant love that the two met,” he continued.
dog in guinness
Tutors tailors Bobby and Julie Gregory decide to apply for Pebble’s Guinness Records accreditation after reading about Tobykeith. That is one chihuahua The 21-year-old who won the title in April.
“Bobby was sitting on the couch and friends and family started texting and calling about a story they’d seen Son of a dog 21-year-old who got the record,” said Julie Guinness World Records, “When I saw Tobykeith’s story all over the news, I applied.”
so when Guinness took noticeThe age of the certified Pebble, there was only one thing to do. The little dog was said to be the oldest living dog in the world.
According to teachers, Pebble was born on 28 March 2000, Nevertheless, he remains healthy and active – especially at night, to this day. “Pebble is like a teenager who likes to sleep during the day and stay awake all night,” Julie said.
As soon as the pebbles wake up from the nap of their beauty, they eat and drink before waking up through the night. Sadly, the little dog was widowed in 2017 when his companion, Fox Terrier Rocky, also passed away at the age of 16. Together, there were 24 pups in three different litters of puppies. “We ruled out Rocky because we thought it was unhealthy for Pebbles to have more litters,” Julie said.
Sometimes, Pebbles goes out into the backyard to play under the palm tree and walk with his beloved teacher Bobby. The little dog loves the heat, sitting on the steps of the pool and sunbathing.
Incredibly, Pebble is still quite appetizing. In 2012, her vet put her on a high-protein meat-based diet. To celebrate his 22nd birthday, the little dog got a pile of ribs and a hot bubble bath.
Aside from the typical symptoms that come with aging, the pebble is in superb health. “Most people who know Pebbles can’t believe how long she lived. They always joke about it and tell us all the time how amazing it is that we still have her, most of them Know us for over 20 years and remember when we adopted her,” Julie continued.
“We feel really honored. Pebble has been with us in everything; ups and downs, good times and bad, and she has always been the light of our lives”, concluded the tutor.