Help recruiting a few more dogs to join the Dog Aging Project

Folks - this is a great project we want to support. If you know of anyone in the areas the are looking for dogs in, please send this info to them:

|## More Good Doggos Please!

Our research is carefully designed to study the widest possible range of dogs and dog experiences. This is why we work hard to make sure that we have dogs in the Pack from every part of the US as well as a wide range of ages, breeds, and sizes. Gaps in data can lead to gaps in discovery, and at the Dog Aging Project, we strive toward excellence in all things—especially science!

We need more young dogs, up to age 3

We need older dogs, age 7+

We need more dogs from key regions

Alabama | Georgia | Iowa | Kentucky | Mississippi | New Jersey

New York | Pennsylvania | Tennessee | Texas | Washington|

Can You Help Us Share the Love?

➔ Forward this email to friends and family.

Print this flyer and share around town at places like dog parks, groomers, and puppy classes.

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Learn more about the Dog Aging Project:

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There’s a new top dog.

Bobi, born May 11, 1992, is not just the oldest dog living — he’s also the oldest dog ever.

Guinness World Records certified Bobi — who is 30 years and 266 days old as of February 1, 2023 — as the new record holder.

Go Bobi!