This Could Be The Oldest Dog In The World, But Her Owner Can’t Prove It

This Could Be The Oldest Dog In The World, But Her Owner Can’t Prove It

- The owner of an Australian Kelpie called Maggie claims that his 30-year-old loving dog is the oldest in the world.

The oldest living dog on record was Bluey, an Australian cattle dog who died in 1939 at the ripe old age of 29, but now Brian McLaren claims Maggiem an Australian Kelpiem is a staggering 30 years old, or 200 in dog years.

This Could Be The Oldest Dog In The World, But Her Owner Can’t Prove It

According to McLaren, Maggie spends her time napping and going on gentle strolls around the farm or more accurately, riding in his tractor.

This Could Be The Oldest Dog In The World, But Her Owner Can’t Prove It

Despite Brian said the dog is 30 years old he hasn’t been able to prove the age of the beloved dog as he’s lost her original paperwork.

This Could Be The Oldest Dog In The World, But Her Owner Can’t Prove It

Brian, who lives with Maggie in a farm in Victoria, said that despite Maggie’s age is yet to be verified, in his mind it´s possible his dog could be the oldest in the world.

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