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WORLD'S OLDEST DOG BOBI DIES AT AGE 31
Bobi, the world's oldest dog ever, has died at the age of 31.
The dog was known for its longevity and had become a symbol of hope for many dog owners around the world.
Bobi was a crossbreed and had been living with its owner in Italy.
The dog had surpassed the previous world record for the oldest dog, which was held by an Australian cattle dog named Bluey who lived to be 29 years and 5 months old.
Bobi's owner, who had adopted the dog when it was just a few months old, said that the dog had been in good health until its final days.
The news of Bobi's death has saddened many dog lovers around the world.