What Did The World’s Oldest Dog Eat?

What is the oldest dog alive today?

The current world record holder for world’s oldest dog is Bluey, an Australian Cattle Dog who, coincidentally, lived in Victoria, Australia, just like Maggie.

Bluey lived from 1910 to 1939 and died at the age of 29 years and five months.

Was the longest living dog vegan?

Vegetarian Dogs and Cats

One remarkable example is that of Bramble, a 27-year-old border collie whose vegan diet of rice, lentils, and organic vegetables earned her consideration by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s oldest living dog in 2002.

Do dogs live longer on raw food?

As we now understand, the type and quality of a dog’s diet are directly related to their lifespan. Learning that feeding a raw food diet can increase your dog’s lifespan by as much as three years – potentially a quarter of your dog’s natural lifespan – should be incentive enough to consider making the switch to raw.

How did Bluey the dog die?

Armed Forces sniffer dog Buster dies

He’s now 34. Before she died, the farm dog was deaf and had been losing her vision. The official holder of the world’s oldest dog is held by an Australian Cattle Dog called Bluey who died in 1939 aged 29.