The World's Oldest Dog Ever Living
Dogs are very loyal and loving pets, and millions of people around the world adopt dogs who become really great companions of theirs.
It is estimated that the average lifespan of dogs is somewhere close to 12-13 years.
However, there are some dogs who lived well over 15, and even over 20 years.
So, which dog is the world's oldest god ever living?
According to the Guinness World Record Book, an Australian cattle dog, Bluey, which lived in the beginning of the last century, is the dog with the longest lifespan.
Bluey was born on 7 June, 2010 and died on 14 November 1939, so it lived for 29 years, 6 months and 12 days.
At the same time, recently the information leaked about one more dog named Max, a mix of terrier, beagle and dachshund, who lived for 29 years and 282 days.
Thus, Max should unofficially be considered the world's oldest dog ever living.