The death of the largest dog in the world

Freddy Gone, The Great Dane. The Guinness Book of Records stated that. With a length of 103.5 cm, he was the largest dog in the world. He was eight and a half years old.

Freddie’s popularity began in 2016 when he was officially named the world’s largest living dog. The Great Dane measures 103.5 cm on four legs. If he is standing on his hind legs, he will be 226 cm. But the latter is not officially registered in the Guinness Book of Records.

“He was not only the biggest dog, he was also the most loving dog with the biggest heart,” says its owner. “It was my life. My reason. My pleasure. My discomfort. My absolute happiness and sadness. I am one in a million and I love her all over the world.”

Freddy was the youngest litter when he was born and did not eat with his mother. “I had no idea he was going to get this big.”

Its owner says, “I can’t stop crying.” “It has been my whole life.”

Freddy has been the world’s largest living dog since September 13, 2016. The final record is not in his name. The record for the largest dog ever held is held by Zeus. It measured 1118 meters. He passed away in 2014 at the age of five.

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