23-Year-Old Chihuahua Has Been Officially Named As The World’s Oldest Living Dog

Recently, a Chihuahua mix called Spike has been named the oldest living dog in the world after turning 23 years of age, according to Guinness World Records.

The dog, who was given the award in December 2022, was found in a parking lot by a woman who decided to adopt him.

Despite being difficulty in hearing and nearly blind, Spike still enjoys spending time with people he knows and other animals on her farm.

Spike took the award from another Chihuahua mix called Gino Wolf, who assumed the record when he was twenty-two years and fifty-two days old.

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