Maggie – “the oldest dog in the world” has died

Maggie – “the oldest dog in the world” has died


Anyone who loves dogs will agree that the life expectancy of dogs is simply too short. The average life expectancy of a dog is between 10 and 15 years, which is simply not enough to spend time with our best friends.

Dog owners who can keep their precious pet longer than average know how lucky they are.

Maggie, an Australian Kelpie who once held the esteemed title of “World’s Oldest Living Dog,” had an owner who was well aware of how lucky he was to have a good girl like her.

Maggie’s owner, Brian, says the dog was 30 when she passed away peacefully in 2015. However, he has no official documents to back up his claims.

The previous record-holder dog died in 1939 and lived until the age of 29.

Maggie lived on a farm with her family and kept her energy until her last days. She continued to walk to the local office and made sure she was in time to growl at any suspicious local cat she encountered along the way. You know, the important things.

She was the happiest when she ed time with her favorite humans.

Her human father is, of course, sad at the loss of her faithful companion, but he is glad that she died peacefully. There was absolutely no suffering during his last days with his family. Brian knew that her stay on earth was coming to an end and had made peace with the fact that she would leave them.Open next Page to See more

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