Dachshunds are a breed known for longevity. A good age for a miniature Dachshund is 14 years, according to experts.
In this past year, the Guinness World Book of Records named a 21-year old female Dachshund named Chanel in New York as the oldest of the breed. When Chanel died, she was 21 years and 114 days old.
But now, there's a hot dog in Hong Kong hitting the age of 20, and Fudgie may eventually take a world title.
Fudgie is owned by Mari Hinden, who has owned the dog for a year.
In human years, Fudgie is 140 years old.
He is an old dog who lost his sight, is a bit deaf, but still gets around just fine.