The World’s Oldest Dog Has Died, Her Name Was Pebbles And Had A Surprising Secret To Longevity

She was the oldest dog in the world. At 22, Pebbles, this female fox terrier, died on October 3 in the southeastern United States. The Guinness Book of Records, which she entered in May 2022, announced the death of the animal on its website. “Pebbles, the oldest dog in the world, sadly passed away in a natural and peaceful way, at home and surrounded by her family,” her owners wrote on Instagram.

It was on March 28, 2000 that little Pebbles was born in New York State on Long Island. While she spent most of her life in South Carolina, the dog quickly became a fan of country music. From the top of her 2 kilos, she gave birth to 32 puppies during her existence.

Pebbles, who was due to turn 23th birthday next March, holds the secret to its longevity in its diet. This female, from the fox terrier family, had been fed since 2012 by her masters with food… for cats. His toilet was also carried out “with the greatest attention”. Croquettes and impeccable hygiene seem to be the miracle recipe for a long life. Finally, in dogs.

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