The world’s oldest dog dies at the age of 22 | the animals

Pebbles, the world’s oldest dog, officially passed away five months before his 23rd birthday. That reports Guinness World Records. The adorable Toy Fox Terrier from South Carolina in the United States died of natural causes in front of their owners.

Pebbles was born on March 28, 2000 and lived a long and happy life according to Guinness World Records. “When she was little, she loved to play and jump,” say owners Bobby and Julie Gregory. “Alongside her male partner Rocky (also a Toy Fox Terrier), Pebbles took care of 32 puppies in her lifetime. Rocky died in 2017 at the age of 16.”

According to Bobby and Julie, Peebles spent her days enjoying country music. She loved discovering new delicacies and was especially pampered a lot. “Pebbles weren’t just any dog, they had a strong personality. Everyone who met her loved her.”

Pebbles snatched the record from chihuahua TobyKeith earlier this year. He took the title on March 16, 2022, when he was 21 years and 66 days old. When the Pebbles owner realized her dog was older, she called the Guinness Book of Records, and the Pebbles ousted the Chihuahua.

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