Lulu, The Oldest Dog in the World from Coventry, England

A dog named Lulu, that lives in the Coventry, England, was crowned as the oldest dog in the world. According to local media reports, the age of Lulu is believed 21 years, or equal to 147 years in human life.

Although the vision condition Lulu almost blind, deaf hearing and have difficulty walking and was limping, but this animal is a fun mascot for pubs in the UK. Even Travis Buckley, owner, specifically celebrate Lulu’s birthday with a trip to the local pub, which has helped keep the mind of Lulu active .

Now Buckley is aiming for Guinness World Records so that Lulu recorded as the oldest in the world. To that end, Buckley has prepared the application and administration of the state archives to apply Lulu for the world’s oldest old.”To submit Lulu to the jury of Guinness World Records, takes about six weeks to check,” said a spokesman.

Here’s a picture of Lulu on the 21th birthday

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2 Responses to “Lulu, The Oldest Dog in the World from Coventry, England”

  1. Greetings from Sydney, Australia.

    I’m sorry to say, Lulu is NOT the world’s oldest dog.

    Five nations — US, UK, Germany, Poland and Australia — say they own the world’s oldest dog. All their nominees have survived more than 25 years. For details, see

    Best wishes, Eric.

    [Eric Shackle is a retired Australian journalist whose hobby is searching the Internet and writing about it. He is copy editor of Anu Garg's Seattle-based A Word A Day newsletter, which is e-mailed five days a week to more than 800,000 wordlovers in 200 countries.]

  2. Hi Eric, Thanks for your revising that. I just try to share what I have read before.

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