Maggie, the world's oldest dog, dies at 30
To the very last, still growling at cats
Maggie, a Kelpie believed to be the world's oldest dog, died peacefully in her bed at her home in Australia on Sunday, April 17. She was 30. The human equivalent of 133 to 210.
During Maggie's lifetime, YouTube and Facebook, Twitter and the smartphone were invented. While Maggie lived a long and happy life without trying any of them, today she has gone viral on all of them.
World's 'oldest dog' Maggie dies peacefully, sleeping in her basket
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