British dog-champion celebrated its 100-year anniversary
Dog-survivor has recently celebrated a milestone in his canine century, stepped age of 22 years old. Jack Russell Terrier named Daisy was rescued from a shelter in 1993 to its current owner Mark Barsbi-Finch from the English city of Tewkesbury, when she was about two years from birth.
It took 20 years, but it still pleases the master and mistress of his love of life and devoted affection.
Experts estimate that the 22-year life for terrier equivalent of 100 human years. The owner of Daisy says that the secret to longevity lies in its long jogging on a suburban area, and the categorical rejection of any factory specialized dog food.
"Daisy in life never tasted dog spetskorm and always ate only what we eat. Her favorite dishes - it's fried chicken and mashed potatoes. And I'll never give her scraps from the table, and prepare himself for a portion of it. Of course, it is much spoiled Daisy, but she deserved it, giving us so much warmth and affection for all these years ", - says 48-year-old Mark.