The world's oldest ever official dog was an Australian cattle dog named Bluey . He was eventually put to sleep in 1939, aged 29 years and five months. Until his death in 2003, the only other official Guinness World Records holder was Butch, a 28-year.
I think she must be one of the oldest dogs in the North East now.” According to the Guinness Book of World Records, historically, the record for canine longevity was set by an Australian cattle dog, named Bluey , who died aged 29 in 1939. And while it.
Bluey , who at two-and-a-half months stands at just 15 inches tall, weighed a mere 6lbs when he was born in France. The American ... Bluey is pictured with five year old Alice Daisy in Cremedela Miniature Horse Centre in Aquitaine, France. Bluey.
This would not have been so remarkable except that Bluey had been born on June 7, 1910. After his death The Guinness Book Of Records acknowledged that Bluey's lifespan of 29 years and 160 days was the longest recorded of any known dog in the world.
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The world's oldest dog title still remains with Bluey, of Australia. Bluey died in 1939 at the age of 29 years and five months. The working cattle dog reportedly lived on a diet of kangeroos and emus. Pusuke died earlier this week at its home in Japan.
The Guinness World Records say the most recent record for the oldest dog was held by Butch, a 28-year-old from America who died in 2003. The oldest ever dog was Bluey , a sheepdog from Australia, who also lived to 29. Mr Richardson's claim could never .
That's 189 dog years! The dog , Bramble, a blue merle Collie, lived in the UK and held the Guinness World Record for being the oldest living dog at the time. What's most amazing about this story is that the dog actually lived on a vegan diet of rice.
And Sir Richard Branson proudly shared a snapshot of new arrival Bluey on social media, making hearts melt with the adorable picture of three generations of his family. The 66-year-old business mogul posted a picture of himself hugging his son Sam, who.