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Look .. The world's longest dog is listed in the Guinness Book of Records

Look .. The world’s longest dog is listed in the Guinness Book of Records

The Guinness Book of World Records lists two-year-old Great Dane “Zus” as the tallest dog in the world at 1,046 meters, and he lives in Bedford, Texas, USA.

Zeus officially graduated on March 22 after a veterinarian measured and adjusted his length from his nails to his shoulders.

Owner Brittany Davis said she had always dreamed of owning a big Dane named Zeus and that she was thrilled when her brother brought her puppy to her eight weeks after he was born. Although his large size worried her at first, she soon fell in love with him.

Davis Zeus to Guinness World Records

Zeus’ Olympic diet includes 12 cups of Gentle Dog food per day, as well as fried eggs and food sticks. His favorite toy is ice cubes, says Davis.

The brown and gray giant was now a local celebrity, and he and Davis received great attention and special treatment when they went to the Dallas Farmers Market.

“The comments we often hear are: ‘Oh, it’s a horse!’, ‘Can I ride it?’, ‘Does it have a saddle?’ There is always an answer to these questions, “said Davis.

According to the American Kennel Club, Great Dane came from medieval hunting dogs. They are known to be very elongated, but they are more susceptible to health diseases and can live shorter periods than other dogs.

Last year, Freddie, the Great Dane, died when he was 8 years old. At 3 feet 4 inches (103.5 cm) long, he is the tallest dog in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Standing on his hind legs, he was 7 feet 5.5 inches (226 cm) tall.

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The Guinness Book of World Records points out that the tallest dog in the world belongs to the Great Dane breed, also known as Zeus. He stood 3 feet 10 inches (111.8 cm) tall.


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