See Pictures Of Freddy, The World's Tallest Dog At An Amazing Height Of 7 feet 6 Inches
September 6, 2019 03:57
Dogs are amazing characters. These beautiful pets have been man's best companion over time, which is not surprising considering how charming and loving they can be. Over the centuries, they have become a major part of many homes.
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There are several things to consider when choosing a companion, and one of the most looked out for is size. However, no one imagines meeting a car-sized dog until you come across rare ones like Freddy.
The biggest dog in the world, Freddy is a Great Dane that lives with his owner in Essex.
This playful dog is from a breed referred to as the giants of the dog race, and they are well known for their extreme size. However, Freddy has got a little spice to his.
Standing on his hind legs, this dog reaches a fantastic height of 7 foot 6 inches, making him taller than 95 percent of the world's population. It earned him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Tallest Dog.
His owner, Claire Stoneman, is a former glamor model from Essex, and she claimed that Freddy was an important part of her life.
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He is now four years old, and she is entirely devoted to taking good care of the massive guy. She also spends an estimated £12 000 yearly taking care of him and his sister.
Tn an interview to Barcroft TV, she said:
They are children to me because I haven't had any kids, he's my baby, and I can't imagine life without him.
Claire, who is just 5 foot 6 inches, also claimed she would be unable to stop Freddy if he decided to run off, and the reason is pretty apparent.
Sadly, Great Danes and their enormous sizes come at a price. Their life span is just about 6 to 8 years, and this is not enough time to spend with these amazing animals.
Freddy still maintains his place as the world biggest dog. Considering his love for chicken and peanut butter, he's going to be there for much longer, probably doubling in size.
Okay, that would be impossible, but we look forward to seeing more of this amazing dog!
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