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ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – Guinness World Records has recognized a Monmouth County pet as the oldest living rabbit. “Do”, who is now a 14-years 7-month old Jersey Wooly, is owned by Jenna Antol of Atlantic Highlands.

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The process that Guinness requires was quite extensive. The documentation had to include verification of birth, age progression photos, family and friend affidavits and medical records from “Do’s” veterinarians, Dr. Jennifer DeMeo and Dr. Amy Lesniak of Atlantic Highlands Animal Hospital. After submitting  the application and all supporting documentation for this title back in June,  Guinness has now recognized “Do” and he recently received his certificate.

The average life span for a rabbit can range from 6-8 years. Even though “Do”  is blind and partially deaf, he continues to enjoy his life eating timothy and  hopping about in his enclosure. He is a great little bunny, weighing in at 3 Ibs.,  and is living out his golden years in style.


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Allan Dean

Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...