Bobi, an old farm dog from Portugal, has just been crowned the world’s oldest living dog by Guinness World Records. This is an incredible feat, considering that the previous record was held by Spike, a 23-year-old Chihuahua mix from Ohio.
Bobi is a purebred Rafeiro do Alentejo, which is a breed of guard dog originating in Portugal. He lives with his owners in Leira and was born on April 5th, 1993. His owners have taken great care of him throughout his life and are delighted to see him receive this honor.
At 30 years old, Bobi has lived longer than any other known canine in history. He has beaten the previous record holder by seven years and is now officially the oldest living dog ever. This remarkable achievement makes Bobi an inspiration to all pet owners who want to ensure their furry friends live long and healthy lives.
Bobi’s story has gone viral on social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram where people are celebrating his accomplishment with hashtags like #OldestDogEver and #WorldsOldestDog. People are also sharing stories about their own beloved pets who have reached impressive ages themselves or who have sadly passed away at advanced ages.
The news of Bobi’s record-breaking age comes only two weeks after Spike was named the world’s oldest living dog by Guinness World Records. While it is sad that Spike no longer holds this title, it is wonderful that he can still be celebrated for his impressive age before Bobi took over the crown.
Bobi’s owners have done an amazing job taking care of him throughout his life to ensure he reached such an impressive age. They should be commended for providing him with love and attention as well as proper nutrition and exercise so he could reach this milestone of 30 years old!
Bobi’s story serves as a reminder that our pets can live long and healthy lives if we take good care of them, something we should all strive for when it comes to our furry friends!