Meet Pebbles, The World’s Oldest Dog, Who Entered The Guinness Book of Records

Shortly after celebrating her 22nd birthday, Pebbles officially became the elder of the canine world when she got into the Guinness Book of Records. This dog, who lives in South Carolina, dethroned the chihuahua Toby Keith, the previous record holder.

She loves country music and cat food. This is Pebbles, a dog that was recently officially listed in the famous Guinness Book of Records as the oldest living dog in the world, according to WDBJ.

This female Toy Fox Terrier turned 22 on March 28. 50 days later, her status as an elder of the canine nobility was confirmed at the Taylors in Greenville County, South Carolina (Southeastern United States).
According to owners Julia and Bobby Gregory, Pebbles’ favorite activity is to sleep in the sun by the pool most of the day. She usually gets up around 4 or 5 p.m. to have dinner and then stays up all night. She is also compared to a «night owl» by the couple due to her nocturnal lifestyle.

The record for the world’s oldest living dog was previously held by a 21-year-old Chihuahua named Toby Keith. Upon learning of this, Gregory realized that their four-legged friend was older than him and applied to be listed in the Guinness Book of Records.

After formalizing their title, Galka was given a small party with a special dish and a bubble bath. She also has her own fan club on Instagram, where she has over 5,000 followers.

What’s the secret to this bitch’s longevity? His hosts were kind enough to reveal this in front of the WDBJ microphone: “Treat them like family because they are. Provide them with the most joyful and positive environment, good and healthy food and proper care for them.”

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