A 30-year-old Bobi dog that has lived the longest in history has recently broken the record.

A considerably older dog has emerged to challenge the 23-year-old Chihuahua for the title of world’s oldest canine, only two weeks after Guinness World Records made the announcement.

Bobi is the oldest dog in history as well as the oldest dog alive today. The previous record was held by Australian cattle dog Bluey, who lived for 29 years and 5 months until passing away in 1939.

Following Bobi’s 30th birthday celebration last year, Costa got in touch with Guinness World Records and sent documents proving his age. Bobi was officially acknowledged by

Guinness as the oldest dog in history on February 2. As of 4/2, Bobi is 30 years old and 269 days old.

According to Guinness, that dog’s age as of February 1, 2023, is 30 years, 266 days, Bobi. A little community in central Portugal gave birth to the purebred male dog known as

Puppy screams and asks passersby to help him wake up in an attempt to wake up his companion.

As soon as the dog realizes she has been rescued, she falls asleep on the rescuer’s lap.