ZEUS THE TEXAS GREAT DANE IS NAMED THE WORLD’S TALLEST DOG BY GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS

Guinness World Records said that Zeus, a handsome Great Dane from Bedford, Texas, is the tallest male dog.

This 2-year-old child is an impressive 3 feet 5 inches tall (1.046 meters). Brittany, Zeus’s owner, says that she had always wanted to live with a Great Dane, and her brother gave Zeus to her as a gift.

She also said that he was already huge when he was young. Brittany Davis has dreamed of having a Great Dane ever since she was a little girl. Lucky for her, her brother Garrett worked with someone who raised them. Garrett gave his sister Brittany a Great Dane puppy when she was 8 weeks old. The puppy became her “fur-ever” friend right away.

Since we got him, he’s grown up to be a big dog, even for a puppy. He had big feet. Freddy, the Great Dane of Essex, England, who stood 3 feet 3 inches tall, was the dog with the previous record (1.03 meters). Freddy died in 2021, which was sad. Even though Zeus of Texas is the tallest living dog, he is only an inch shorter than the previous record-holder, Zeus of Michigan, who was also named Zeus and stood a whopping 3 feet 7 inches tall. Sad to say, this Zeus died in 2014.

 

 

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