How old is the oldest dog in the US?
The Oldest Dog Ever
That title goes to Bluey, a remarkable Australian cattle-dog who lived to be 29 years and 5 months old, says Hannah Ortman, head of the records management team at Guinness World Records North America.
Do dogs live longer now than in the past?
Why Dogs are Living Longer
Recent studies have shown that our pets are living longer than ever: the average life expectancy of dogs increased from 10.5 years to 11.8 years between 2002 and 2016. In the past, animals were considered pets — now, 95% of people consider them to be family.
What did the longest living dog eat?
Bramble, born in 1975, was a blue merle Collie who lived in the UK. This dog once held the Guinness World Record title for being the oldest living dog at the time. What’s most amazing about this story is that the dog actually lived on a vegan diet of rice, lentils and organic vegetables.