Pusuke, World’s Oldest Dog, Dies

Pusuke, World’s Oldest Dog, Dies

The oldest dog in the world passed away on Monday afternoon at his home in Sakura, Japan.

Pusuke, a male cross-breed, was recognized as the oldest dog in the world by Guinness Book of World Records in December last year, reports ABC News.

Pusuke was 26-years-old when he died, reports the Kyodo News. Born in March, 1985, the dog had just over three months to go until its next birthday.

That’s somewhere between 118 to 185 human years.

Pusuke died Monday afternoon just five minutes after Ms Shinohara, his owner, had returned home from a walk.

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