The world’s oldest dog, Pebbles, dies at the age of 22

Guinness World Records states that Pebbles, the oldest dog in the world, passed away at the age of 22.

According to a news statement from Guinness, the record-breaking toy fox terrier passed away on Monday from natural causes in her Taylors, South Carolina, home.

The old dog was five months away from turning 23, according to the press release.

Only this year has Pebbles’ age as the oldest living dog in the world been officially recognised. When Pebbles’ owners heard the news, they realised their dog was actually older and acted like a dog chasing a squirrel. Guinness had originally recognised a 21-year-old chihuahua named TobyKeith as the oldest living dog in April.

Pebbles’ owners, Bobby and Julie Gregory, provided a record of their animal. According to the press statement, the little toy fox terrier was born on March 28, 2000.

According to Guinness, Pebbles had “a long and happy life.” Over the course of her life, she raised 32 puppies.

Julie Gregory, who operates a Pebbles-specific Instagram account, released details regarding the passing of her pet, whom she referred to as a once-in-a-lifetime partner.

According to Gregory in the statement, the 4-pound terrier enjoyed trying different cuisines and listening to country music. Numerous gorgeous ensembles, including a festive pumpkin helmet and a pink dress, were featured in her wardrobe and were captured on Instagram.

Gregory stated, “It was our privilege to have had the blessing of having her as a pet, and family member. “Pebbles was loved by everyone she met,” said the author.

She’ll be sorely missed,


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