At 26, he is considered the “oldest dog in Ireland”.

At 26, he is considered the "oldest dog in Ireland".

His name is Skippy and he is 26 years old and is considered to be the oldest dog in Ireland. Zoom in on this Border Collie with remarkable longevity.

Every pet owner dreams that their furry friends will live with them forever. But one day or another, they are forced to say goodbye. Patrick Geragatti For the time being, “this bad judgment” is avoided.

Of course, his dog partner with a proud name Skippy, Shared 26 long years of life. He is considered to be the oldest dog in Ireland and one of the oldest dogs in the world!

The inseparable couple formed in 1996 and are reported My Modern Meet In an article published on February 17, 2022. In the summer, Patrick Border Collie bought the puppy from a breeder. The animal was taught with the goal of becoming a farm dog, which he accomplished admirably.

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Inseparable until the end

Today, Skippy Joined the senior clan. His old age affected his mobility and hearing, but it did not completely destroy his relationship with his beloved owner. ” We are good friendsThe second said, Now it is my turn to take care of him. He was good to me when he was healthy. In addition to feeding several times a day, Patrick Help him.

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Although there are no official documents to confirm the exact age SkippySome family members vividly remember his activities on the farm in the 1990s. A neighbor also remembers when Border Collie was following his car when he moved. That was 20 years ago.

Anyway, Skippy Began his life with Patrick Gerathi I intend to end it the same way. The man and the dog will stay together as long as possible.

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