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The World’s Oldest Dog Pebble Dies At The  Age Of  22

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World's Oldest Dog

World's Oldest Dog

On Monday, Oct 3, pebbles a Toy Fox Terrier that held the Guinness World Record for being the world’s oldest dog, passed away, in the presence of its loved ones in South Carolina. According to a publication from Guinness World Records, Pebbles passed away naturally just five months before turning 23.

On March 28, 2000, born as a female in Long Island New York, United States, the canine became a pet to its owners Bobby and Julie Gregory. Pebbles broke the earlier record of the oldest living dog, TobbyKeith when the Gregory family noticed that it could be older than that.

As quoted by Mrs. Gregory said, “Bobby was sitting on the couch, and friends and family started texting and calling about a story they saw about a 21-year-old dog getting the record.” “When I saw TobyKeith’s story all over the news, I applied,” she added.

“She spent her days enjoying country music and being loved,” Mrs. Julie Gregory wrote in a press release. “She enjoyed trying new foods, she was pampered, and most of all she was loved,” she added.

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