World’s oldest dog Bobi

The 31-year-old Portuguese guard dog ‘Bobi’ broke the record for the oldest dog in the world.

Bobi was born on May 11, 1992 in Portugal. The lifespan of dogs of this breed is normally 12 to 14 years.

However, Bobi got the Guinness World Record from Bluey, an Australian cattle dog who died in 1939 at the age of 29 years and five months.

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The secret is to eat healthy food and be free:

“We give to Bobi what we cook for us. He doesn’t eat processed food, there are other cats in the house and they do too, but Bobi couldn’t get used to it, he only eats natural food. I think food is an important factor and also that it is never chained or on a leash. I think all this gives freedom to animals. And that’s why she’s always lived freely all this time, and I think there was love and compassion between us.”

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Bobi has aged, walks slower and has poor eyesight, but has a good appetite:

“He continues to walk, still eats well, has a lot of appetite, plays a lot with the cats we have at home, so I am very happy. I think he’s a happy dog ​​too, and if he’s happy, so am I.”

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