World’s Oldest Dog Turns 26

Posted By Ben Goulding, 10 August, 2009 | permalink


Max, a terrier-cross from Louisiana, who is the world’s oldest dog, turned 26 yesterday, which is equivalent to 182 in dog years.

“I never spoiled Max,” said his owner Janelle Derouen.

“I’ve never fed him anything but Kiddles and Bits [brand of dog food] and a few treats like those beefy doggy bones.

“We don’t give him any food from our table,” added Janelle, 49, who lives with her husband Billy, also 49, in New Iberia.

Max, who is greying, has a veterinary birth certificate to prove his age and is awaiting official confirmation from Guinness World Records.

Happy birthday and congratulations Max!



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