Great dane is crowned world's tallest dog
December 31, 2016 | 10 comments
Despite starting out as the runt of the litter, four-year-old Freddy has grown to be 40.75 inches tall.
The massive dog's owner, Claire Stoneman, is absolutely besotted with the gentle giant who manages to get through 1kg of beef, 250g of steak and 300 grams of liver on a daily basis.
The grocery bill for both Freddy and his sister Fleur every year is in excess of £10,000.
Now officially recognized by Guinness World Records as the tallest dog on the planet, Freddy is almost as tall as Zeus, another great dane who at 44 inches was the tallest dog that ever lived.
"I got him a couple of weeks earlier than I should have done because he wasn't feeding off mum, so he was pretty poorly," said Claire.
"He was half the size of Fleur when he was tiny so I had no idea he was going to be this big at all."
Source: Huffington Post
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