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Meet the World’s Tallest Living Dog

Zeus stands 3 feet, 5.18 inches.




Zeus is the world’s tallest living dog.

A Great Dane in Bedford, TX, has been recognized as the tallest living dog by Guinness World Records.

Zeus stands 3 feet, 5.18 inches. The 2-year-old dog now holds the records for “tallest dog living (male)” in the world.

Zeus is owned by Brittany Davis, who received the pooch as a gift from her brother Garrett.

“He’s been a big dog since we got him, even for a puppy,” Davis said, according to Guinness World Records. “He had huge paws.” She’s owned Zeus since he was 8 weeks old.

He gets a lot of attention on walks.

“The comment that we hear most often is ‘Wow, that’s a horse!,’ ‘Can I ride him?’ or ‘Does he have a saddle?'” Davis said. “The answer to all those questions is ‘no.'”





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