According to Guinness World Records, Pebbles, the dog who held the title of the world’s oldest dog, passed away at the age of 22. According to a news statement issued by Guinness World Records, the record-breaking toy fox terrier passed away due to natural causes on Monday at her home in Taylors, South Carolina.
According to the announcement, the senior dog passed away only five months short of reaching her 23rd birthday. This year marks the first time that Pebbles has been officially acknowledged as the oldest living dog in the world.
When Pebbles’ owners saw the news, they realized their dog was actually older, and they jumped into action like a dog chasing a squirrel. In April, Guinness had initially named a 21-year-old chihuahua named TobyKeith as the oldest living dog.
However, when Pebbles’ owners saw the news, they realized their dog was actually older. Pebbles’ owners, Bobby and Julie Gregory have presented their cat as a candidate for the record. According to the press release, the date of birth of the miniature toy fox terrier was March 28, 2000.
According to Guinness, Pebbles had a long life and happy life. Over the course of her life, she was a mother to a total of 32 puppies. Julie Gregory shared the news of the passing of her pet, Pebbles, whom she referred to as a “once-in-a-lifetime friend,” on the Instagram page that she manages and maintains as a memorial to Pebbles.
According to Gregory’s testimony, the terrier weighed 4 pounds and enjoyed listening to country music and experimenting with different types of food. Her closet was filled with dozens of gorgeous clothing, such as a pink dress and a pumpkin-themed cap, both of which were featured on her Instagram account.
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The world’s oldest living dog passed away Monday at the age of 22. Pebbles was a Toy Fox Terrier from Long Island, New York. https://t.co/5CSkE6W84K
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According to the letter that Gregory penned, “It was our honour to have had the blessing to have had her as a pet, and family member.” There was never a person who encountered Pebbles who did not come to adore her. “There won’t be anyone quite like her again.”