Is the tallest dog in the world with a height of 1,046 meters and rightly entered the book with Guinness record.
This is him Forwho is two years old and of race “Great DaneFrom Bedford, Texas.
He officially received the award on March 22, when his veterinarian measured him and confirmed that he had indeed surpassed the previous record holder.
A Great Dane who lives in North Texas has been crowned the world tallest living dog by Guinness World Records. Meet 2-year old Zeus, from Bedford !! https://t.co/iKIWvE0rGB pic.twitter.com/2EDE0j7H5Q
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The owner of Brittany Davis mentioned in CNN that she always dreamed of having a Great Dane named Zeus and was very happy when her brother gave her the puppy when he was just eight weeks old. «Although at first she was worried about his huge size, she soon … fell in love with him“, The article states.
Davis herself told Guinness World Records: “He was a big dog since we got him, even when he was a puppy. He had huge legs».
Jupiter’s diet includes 12 cups of dog food every day while occasionally eating fried eggs. But his favorite pleasure is … ice cubessaid Davis.
Confirmed, the tallest dog in the world this Great Dane pic.twitter.com/poZeY46Zmv
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Brown and gray Colossus is famous in the area and everyone gives it attention and delicacies.
«The comment we hear most often is “Wow, this is like a horse!”, “Can I ride him?” or “Does he have a saddle?” said Davis. “The answer to all these questions is no.”
Everyone, meet Zeus!
This Texas pooch was just named the world tallest dog, standing at a whopping 3 feet 5 inches.https: //t.co/2tJyPR7TQ6 pic.twitter.com/k3X82wz8mM
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According to the American Kennel Club, the Great Danes are descended from medieval hunting dogs. While they are known for superiority of other racesis prone to several health conditions and tend to have shorter lifespan from other dogs.
Last year, Freddie, a Great Dane who was once in Guinness as the tallest dog in the world, died at the age of eight.
The dog, which lived in Essex, England, was 3 feet tall, 4 inches (103.5 cm) from foot to wit. When standing on its hind legs, it rose above humans to a height of 7 feet, 5.5 inches (226 cm).