With the help of pet medication, the oldest dog in Britain managed to live to the grand old age of 24, which is 160 in dog years.
Terrier-cross Luby-Lou sadly passed away on Monday (July 11th) after getting ill over the weekend, reports thisisstaffordshire.co.uk.
Jinty Jackson, her owner, took the decision to have Luby-Lou put down because she did not want her to suffer.
During her long life, the old pooch became a bit of a celebrity, appearing on the popular TV programme The Paul O'Grady Show.
Ms Jackson said: "She was such a good pet and was loved by everyone.
"She was a little celebrity in her own right.
"She was totally blind and deaf and had to take lots of tablets every day but she was a little fighter and she kept going right until the very end."
Luby-Lou was taken in by Ms Jackson as a rescue dog when she was about nine months old.