The World’s Oldest Dog, Maggie, Has Closed Her Eyes And Taken Her Last Nap

“The best thing about it is the last couple of weeks I was petrified I was going to have to put her down, and that was going to break my heart,” McLaren told Australia’s ABC News. “I’m sad,” he added to The Weekly Times. “But, I’m pleased she went the way she went.”

Even though Maggie was never given the official title of the world’s oldest dog, they do believe she holds the record. The reason why she lacked the title was because McLaren had misplaced her paperwork.

Despite this fact, McLaren recalls vividly that he brought Maggie home as a puppy when his son turned 4. He is now 34-years-old. This, of course, would make Maggie 30-years-old, or 133 in human years!


Continue to the next page to watch the most wonderful video of Maggie. We’re so happy she was able to cross the Rainbow Bridge peacefully.

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