Spike, a 23-year-old Chihuahua, officially named the world’s oldest living dog

Though dogs can’t live as long as human beings some of them are gifted.

Currently, the world’s oldest living dog is Spike. He is a 23-year-old Chihuahua who has been officially named by Guinness World Records as the oldest living dog in the world. He was 23 years and 43 days, as of December 7.

Spike lives with his owner Rita Kimball in Camden, Ohio now. Rita found him in a parking lot and as the dog began following her she knew it was the fine beginning of their friendship. She took him home and named him Spike. Spike is considered a large dog’s name but Rita told that Spike behaved like a large dog being so small and cute.

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