“Bluey” was the name of the Australian cattle dog that was formerly owned by Les Hall of Rochester, Victoria, Australia. Bluey holds the Guinness world record for the dog with the longest recorded lifespan in history, having achieved the age of twenty-nine years, five months and seven days. He was finally put to sleep due to old age. He was born on June 7, 1910 and died on November 14, 1939.
The typical markings and color of the Australian Cattle Dog: