Discover the largest dog in the world: Freddy, a German mastiff of 2.23 meters!
This dog from England is a giant... and for this reason he has just been crowned dog on largest in the world by Guinness World Records
Here is one that has grown! Recognized Britain's largest dog at the age of 18 months with his 1,01 meter at the withers, Freddy the Great Dane (or German Dogue, it's like you want) has just set a new record: the largest dog in the world still alive . Now four years old, he is 2.23 meters tall when he stands on his hind legs, 104 centimeters at the withers, weighs 89kg and was awarded by the Guinness World Records.
"When he was a puppy, it was was the smaller of the range , "said his mistress. But today, he has caught up well. What is his secret? No doubt the roast chicken he loves and the $ 120 (almost 114 euros) of food he consumes a week! Discover Freddy in this video:
He succeeds Zeus, also a German Dogue, and a distinguished recorder; died at the age of 5 in 2014 as a result of "symptoms of old age."
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