An Australian kelpie named Maggie took her last breath April 16, at the ripe old age of 30, according to The Weekly Times Now.
The geriatric sheepdog lived on a dairy farm in Victoria, Australia.
"She just went downhill in two days, and I said yesterday morning when I went home for lunch: ‘She hasn't got long now,'" Maggie's owner Brian McLaren told the publication.
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Metro U.K. reports that McLaren lost Maggie's original paperwork, so official verification that she was indeed the oldest dog won't happen anytime soon.
To date, Guinness World Records list another dog from Australia, a 29-year-old cattle dog named Bluey, as the oldest dog on record. Bluey lived from 1910 until 1939.
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According to this report from 7 News Melbourne in November 2015, Maggie spent her time on the farm alongside 30 cats, sleeping roughly half of the day. At the time, she was deaf but otherwise seemed in good health.
"When I come to work every day, I poke her, just to be sure she's still breathing," McLaren told the station.