The world's oldest dog Pebbles has died at the age of 22.
She passed away at her home in South Carolina in the US on Monday with her family by her side.
We've sadly said goodbye to Pebbles, who was the oldest dog in the world 🥺️https://t.co/p19HYvH73i
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Over the course of her life, she'd had 32 puppies across three different litters.
All of the puppies were with her partner Rocky who died in 2017 aged 16.
For the past 10 years, Pebbles was eating a diet of cat food which is higher in meat-based protein than dog food.
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Her owner Julie Gregory said, "she was a once in a lifetime companion and it was out honour to have had the blessing to have had her as a pet, and family member.
A spokesperson for Guinness World Records which named her the World's Oldest Dog in May said, "Pebbles will be remembered for her appreciation of country music and her love for summertime and, of course, for being a world record holder."