5 Longest Living Dogs in the World

5 Longest Living Dogs in the World

All living things on earth have life expectancy.

Some exist up to 100 years or even thousands like the Glass Sponge, while some die within a day like the Mayflies.

Longest Living Dogs in the World

Tagged as “man’s bestfriend,” dogs have shorter lifespan than humans.

In an article published by petMD about How Long Do Dogs Live?, it says that dogs’ lifespan vary from breeds and sizes and its average lifespan is only around 10 to 13 years.

However, there are some dogs that lives more than their average life expectancy.

And in this article, we will discover these longest living dogs in the world.

5 Longest Living Dogs in the World

5. Buksi, a Mongrel

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The lifespan of a Mongrel dog breed is typically between 10 to 13 years.

Buksi from Hungary, had a very impressive years of living as he lived 26-27 years.

4. Adjutant, a Labrador Retriever

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A Labrador Retriever dog breed has an average lifespan of 10 to 12 years.

Adjutant lived in United Kingdom and his lifespan was very impressive as he lived 27 years and 98 days.

3. Taffy, a Welsh Sheepdog

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Welsh Sheepdog typically lives between 12 to 15 years.

Lived in United Kingdom, Taffy lived for 27 years and 211 days.

Taffy was also a Guinness World Record and was mentioned as the oldest dog in year 1998.

2. Bluey, an Australian Cattle Dog

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Bluey, an Australian Cattle Dog from Australia, was once a title holder as the oldest dog before Bobi’s existence became verified.

This Australian Cattle Dog is expected to live around 13 to 15 years.

However, on Bluey case, he lived 29 years and 160 days.

1. Bobi, a Rafeiro do Alentejo

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Bobi is a Rafeiro do Alentejo from Portugal, a dog breed that typically lives between 12 to 14 years.

However, Bobi surpassed this lifespan as he lived 31 years and 165 days.

The Guinness World Records acknowledge him as Oldest Dog after Bluey.

Conclusion:

And here ends up our discovery of the 5 oldest dogs on earth.

Dogs lifespan is shorten than us and as ‘man’s bestfriend,’ it is hard to us to witness the death of our furbybabies especially when we are used to be on their side.

So, we must love our dogs at all times and at all cost.

Disclaimer: Images ay not be accurate.

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