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Wednesday, 11 April 2012

It's a dog's life: Owner of George, the seven foot Great Dane, lifts the lid on life with the world's largest mutt

'Giant' George the world's largest dog is used to enormous amounts of attention and is all set for more with the release of his new book.

Written by his owner, Dave Nasser, 'Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog' charts the gigantic allowances that the 230 pound Great Dane needs daily to get by.


Standing almost four-foot-tall at the shoulder and seven-foot three-inches on his hind legs, George consumes 180 pounds of food a month and sleeps on a queen sized mattress.         More Read

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