Bobi, the world’s oldest dog, has passed away.

Dr. Karen Becker summed up the collective sentiment on a somber Sunday when she stated, “Last night, this sweet boy earned his wings.” She articulated eloquently

the sentiments of everyone who admired Bobi. Even though he outlived every dog in recorded history, his 11,478 days on earth were never enough for those who held him dear.

Bobi secured his position in the annals of history as a Guinness World Record holder in February 2023. His age was meticulously confirmed by the

Portuguese government’s pet database, which contained a document of his registration in 1992 Bobi’s exceptional endurance catapults him to the pinnacle of canine history,

supplanting a record that is nearly a century old. Bluey, an Australian cattle dog, held the previous record with a remarkable age of 29 years and 5 months.

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