Chanel May 6, 1988 – August 28, 2009 was a female dachshund, from the United States, that held the Guinness World Records as the world's oldest dog She died at the age of 21 on August 28, 2009
- 1 Biography
- 2 Nomination
- 3 References
- 4 External links
Chanel was only 6 weeks old when Mrs Shaughnessy, a single mother at the time, adopted her from a shelter while serving with the United States Army in Newport News, Virginia, in 1988
Along with her owner, Chanel spent six years in Germany while Shaughnessy was on assignment In her later years, she wore tinted goggles for her cataracts, was transported in a stroller because she could no longer walk for long distances without difficulty and favored sweaters because she was sensitive to the cold
Chanel died from natural causes on August 28, 2009, at her home in Port Jefferson Station, New York, at the age of 21 Chanel was cremated after her death It was mistakenly reported by Sky News that Chanel had died in January 2010, they had in fact mixed her up with the dog that was recognized by Guinness World Records as the oldest dog after her death, Otto This has caused other news websites to repeat the error, including Shortnewscom
Chanel was nominated for the title of world's oldest dog by the Shaughnessy family after noticing the Guinness World Records had no entry The previous holder, Butch, had died in 2003 Shaughnessy forwarded written records verifying Chanel's age to the Guinness organization noting that families residing on American military bases must keep documents on their pets Shaughnessy explained in 2009, "We're military You keep records"
Guinness World Records officials presented Chanel with a certificate as the world's oldest dog at a Manhattan birthday bash hosted by a private pet-food company Dogswell in May 2009
Chanel became a minor celebrity in the United States following her 2009 certification as the world's oldest dog She appeared Live! With Regis and Kelly and the Today Show and the Kathy Lee Show Chanel and her owner attended several fundraisers, including at New York's Tavern on the Green, though Chanel attended them in a stroller since she could no longer walk for long distances on her own
- ^ a b c d e f g h i j k MacGowen, Carl 2009-08-31 "World's oldest dog dies in Port Jefferson Station" Newsday Retrieved 2009-09-03
- ^ Fernandez, Colin 2010-01-14 "World's oldest dog Otto dies age 146" Daily Mail Retrieved 2010-01-14
- ^ Eims, Penny 10 September 2011 "Family & Home Examiner" Retrieved 20 August 2013
- ^ "World's oldest dog dies in NY at 21 years old" The Buzz The Arizona Republic 2009-09-02
- ^ "World's Oldest Dog Dies at Age 21" Fox News 2010-01-15 Retrieved 2010-01-16
- ^ "World's oldest dog dies — twice" ohmydog! 2010-01-15 Retrieved 2010-01-16
- ^ "Guinness World Records: Oldest Dog Dies" Shortnewscom 2010-01-15 Archived from the original on 2011-05-04 Retrieved 2010-01-16
- ^ Silvaraman, Aarthi 2009-05-06 "Chanel, world's oldest dog, has her day" Reuters Retrieved 2010-01-16
- Gabbatt, Adam 2009-09-01 "Chanel, the world's oldest dog, dies at 21" The Guardian London Retrieved 2009-09-03
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