Australian Kelpie named Maggie, according to their own host farmer Brian McLaren has celebrated 30 years hence is the oldest dog in the world. However to prove this representative of the stronger sex is not a document of the pupil he lost.
For a long time the title of the oldest dogs in the world remained for the Australian cattle dog Bluey, who died in 1939 aged 29 years. However she has a rival - the Australian Kelpie sweat the nickname Maggie. She, as recognized by the host farmer Brian McLaren, have lived here for 30 years. When converted to human years, this equates to 200 years.
Maggie lives with the owner on his farm in the state of Victoria in Australia. Most of the day she spends exploring the area. If to be more precise, to move an elderly dog uses a tractor, reports the English edition of Metro. Brian McLaren puts the darling next to him during the trips on the farm.
To prove the age of your favorite dog the farmer, however, can't, since lost the original documents. Veterinary medicine Jack ERB, however, rejects the possibility that a pet lived to such a ripe old age. "With improvements in veterinary medicine we have the opportunity to save the lives of dogs and other house animals," said he.
"I am inclined to think that it is possible," he said. However, if Maggie actually have lived here for 30 years, it's actually a remarkable achievement - to preserve the health of a dog during this time. The exact age old Australian Kelpie, however, have yet to figure out professionals.
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