The world’s tallest dog died in the UK, standing more than 2 meters tall (pictured)
China News Service, January 31. According to foreign media reports, the Guinness World Records official recently announced that Freddie, the tallest dog in the world, died this week.
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This Great Dane lives in Essex, England with its owner Claire Stoneman. Its height from foot to shoulder is about 1.03 meters, and when it stands on its hind legs, it can reach a height of 2.26 meters.
Guinness World Records officially stated on the 27th that the dog lived to be eight and a half years old. According to the American Kennel Club, the life span of most Great Dane is between 8 and 10 years.
Stoneman said: “It is not only the tallest dog, but also the most caring dog. A completely sentimental guy.”
Editor-in-Chief of “Guinness World Records” Craig Grundy said in a statement: “Freddy is a very gentle’giant’ and it really makes people happy to see it pounce on you.”
< p>Grundy said: “Freddy brought joy to everyone, and everyone in the Guinness Book of World Records will miss him. I am very happy that we have the opportunity to record his record-breaking height and share the world with the world. Millions of people share its story.”