Maggie ‘The Oldest Dog In The World’ Has Passed Away

Anyone who loves dogs would agree that the anticipation for dogs is simply too short. A mean dog’s anticipation is anywhere from 10 to fifteen years — and that’s simply not enough time to be with our greatest friends. Dog owners who are ready to keep their precious pets around for extended than average skills lucky they're .

Maggie, an Australian Kelpie who once held the esteemed title of the “World’s Oldest Living Dog,” had an owner who was cognizant of his luck in having an honest girl like her. Maggie’s owner, Brian, claims that the sweet dog was 30 years old when she gave up the ghost peacefully in 2015. However, he lacks any kind of official documentation to copy his claim. The dog who previously held the record gave up the ghost back in 1939, and lived to the age of 29. Regardless of her record-breaking title, Maggie lived a fine, long life, and a public tribute was made for her by her family.

Maggie lived on a farm as well as her family, and kept her energy up until her final days. She continued to require strolls to the local office and made bound to slot in time to growl at any suspicious local cats that she met along the way. You know, the important stuff. She was the happiest when spending time with her favorite humans. Her human dad is, of course, sad about the loss of his faithful companion, but he's pleased that she passed peacefully. There was absolutely no suffering during her final days as well as her family. Brian knew that her time on earth was coming to an end, and had made peace with the fact that she would go away them.   Click Next to continue the story ....


The longevity of Maggie’s life was something to be appreciated, not mourned. And it’s difficult to be sad about the death of a pet that lived such a loving, robust life. To be real, we can’t help but be a touch jealous of Maggie’s family. If only all our dogs could live to be 30 years old (at the very least!).

Hopefully, this isn’t the last time we hear a story like this — especially as we learn more about the simplest ways to worry about our pets. Who knows? Perhaps, one among the people reading this may have a pet that's ready to beat Maggie’s record one day! To learn more about the superb lifetime of this beloved pet, take a glance at the news clip below. It’s so sweet to listen to her human dad mention her. Makeensure to share with your friends and family who would appreciate a story a few dogs who lived such an extended, happy life!