Bobi Is Almost 31 Years Old: The Longest-Lived Dog Ever Enters The Guinness Book


Bobi Is Almost 31 Years Old The Longest-Lived Dog Ever Enters The Guinness Book

Bobi, the longest-lived dog ever, is over thirty years old. So much so that, in his thirty-first year of life, he entered the Guinness Book of Records. Of the Rafeiro do Alentejo breed, Bobi lives on a family farm in the village of Conqueiros where he was born, in the district of Leira in Portugal, and with his 30 years and 267 days (as of February 2, nd24z) he has reached a real own world record. The secret of the dog's longevity, born on 11 May 1992, according to the family with whom he lives is given by the fact that he leads a "life in the countryside, in a peaceful environment surrounded by nature". Despite his age, he is said to be "still healthy enough to play with the family's four cats." The Veterinary Medical Service of the Municipality of Leiria has confirmed Bobi's age, as well as Siac,

Diet Is Human Food Rinsed With Hot Water To Remove Fat

Bobi, who currently has only a few walking and vision problems, took the title that previously belonged to Spike, a chihuahua from Camden, Ohio, who had won the award at 23 years and 7 months on December 7 last year while the previous record of longevity belonged to an Australian cattle dog who died at 29 years and five months in 1939. A dog "one of a kind" therefore, as described by his owner Leonel Costa, explaining that the specimen mostly eats the same food as humans, but only after rinsing with hot water to remove the seasonings. ”Bobi has been a warrior all these years, only he knows how he held on. It must not be easy because the average lifespan of a dog is not that high and if only he could talk he could explain this success to us ”, added Costa, saying it is "an immense joy" to have his longevity recognized in the Guinness Book of Records. The Bobi breed usually has a life expectancy of 12 to 14 years.

Short Story Of Bobi, Lucky Dog Since Birth

The dog also seems to have been lucky since birth. As Reuters reports, at the time Bobi was born, Costa's family had many animals and little money. And so the head of the household, a hunter, generally buried newborn cubs rather than keep them. But Bobi hid in a pile of firewood. Costa and his brothers found it a few days later and kept it a secret until the puppy opened his eyes. “We knew that when he opened his eyes, my parents wouldn't be able to bury him,” the owner said.

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