This is a list of the oldest verified dogs in the world, listed by age, all of whom have attained the minimum age of 20. Aging in dogs depends on breed, size and diet.
However, some dogs have stayed alive and continued to thrive for much longer. Here are some of the oldest dogs to ever live! Just as a side note: we will not be listing dogs whose owners did not have the proper documentation in the form of a birth certificate or similar paperwork to prove their age.
Bluey, an Australian cattle dog, holds the world record for oldest dog at 29 years and 5 months of age.Les Hall of Victoria, Australia, got Bluey as a puppy in 1910, and the dog worked with cattle ...
Maggie, an Australian Kelpie who lived on a dairy farm, passed away at the age of 30. If her age could be verified, she would hold the world record for world's oldest dog.
The greatest reliable age recorded for a dog is 29 years 5 months for an Australian cattle-dog named Bluey, owned by Les Hall of Rochester, Victoria, Australia. Bluey was obtained as a puppy in 1910 and worked among cattle and sheep for nearly 20 years before being put to sleep on 14 November 1939.
The original “oldest dog,” Lady was a Poodle born in 1908, and made it all the way to 1937, making Lady a record-setting 28 years old. While her title wasn’t held long (being unseated by Bluey a mere two years later), Lady set the bar for dogs living to a ripe, old age. Smokey
Bluey (7 June 1910 – 14 November 1939) was an Australian cattle dog owned by Les and Esma Hall of Rochester, Victoria, Australia.According to Guinness World Records, Bluey lived 29 years, 5 months and is the oldest dog ever verified. Two owners have made claims for longer-lived dogs Max and Bella, but these claims have not been independently verified.
Britain's oldest dog aged 26 still gets mistaken for a puppy Yorkshire terrier called Jack - 117 in dog years - is so full of energy that people in Hartlepool, County Durham, often think he is ...
Though a huge number of people are curious about the oldest living Boxer dog that is recorded, quite frankly it doesn't appear that anyone was keeping a record of this. For this reason, we started to document the oldest living Boxer dogs, and this journey has been and continues to be quite amazing.
Maggie was never officially given the title of world's oldest dog, according to The Olympian, because McLaren lost her paperwork. But he claimed he got the dog right after his son, who is 34 ...