The movement to keep our dogs alive for longer

The movement to keep our dogs alive for longer

The writer Agnes Sligh Turnball once said, “Dogs’ lives are too short. Their only fault, really.” Many of us wish for more time with our beloved canines. Sometimes, however, dogs hit the genetic lottery. That was the case for the Portuguese Mastiff Bobi, who made headlines recently for having lived a remarkable 31 years.

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