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Claim: Photographs show 'Giant George,' a 7-foot long Blue Great Dane.
[Daily Mail, December 2009]
Standing at nearly 43 inches tall from paw to shoulder and weighing a staggering 245lbs could this be the world's new tallest dog?
Pictured here in the parks of Tuscon, Arizona, George, a four-year-old blue great dane, looks more like a miniature horse than a dog.
reported in the 24 December 2009 edition of Britain's Daily Mail, the colossal canine pictured above is George, a 4-year-old Blue Great Dane who weighs 245 lbs., measures 7' 3" from nose to tail, and stands three-and-a-half feet tall at the shoulder. His owner, Dave Nassar of Tucson, Arizona, says George gobbles up 110 pounds of food per month and sleeps in his own queen-size bed.