When Bobi, the Portuguese mastiff, passed away in October last year at the age of 31, he had easily secured the title of 'World's Oldest Dog'. However, his longevity has been questioned, leaving Guinness World Records authorities scratching their heads. Following the dog's death, which garnered international attention, Guinness World Records paid respect, naming the deceased dog the oldest dog ever and the longest-surviving dog in the world in February 2023. Bobi's title of 'World's Oldest Dog' has temporarily been suspended by the Guinness World Records. World's Oldest Dog Dies: Bobi, Who Held Guinness World Record for Being World's Oldest Dog Ever, Passes Away in Portugal Aged 31. 

Guinness World Records Temporarily Suspends World's Oldest Dog Bobi’s Title

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