The World's Biggest Dog Ever According to Guinness World Records
Hercules was recently awarded the honorable distinction of
Worlds Biggest Dog by Guinness World Records. Hercules is an
English Mastiff and has a 38 inch neck and weighs 282 pounds.
the real Hercules:
http://www.snopes.com/photos/animals/gr … rcules.jpg
Holy moley. Is there and article posted somewhere about this beast?
Wonder if I could saddle him for a ride?!? What does he feed him????
I wouldn't like to be the one to keep that puppy in kibble n bits.
I'm just glad I'm not picking up after him on his walks!!! ha ha ha
WOW he a big boy. Wouldn't want him chasing me that's for darn sure! LMAO but he is cute even if he is huge
This is a photoshop, scopes has the skinny on it. LiamBean is right.
my first impression is ......it's fake
I've learned my first impression is almost always right
Used to be a huge Great Dane that had the record, just as bad I reckon for drool. Don't know if he's still living.
No sadly that Great Dane had passed on. I read it a few months ago
Too bad it is a fake! My kids would love to have a huge dog -- the little ones love riding the one we have.
I could see the possibility of a dog that big...of course, that's one that would DEFINITELY have to be properly leash-trained as a very young pup! I've been trying to work with my mom's 155lb Newfoundland pup who hasn't been properly trained yet, gets a little rough sometimes .
Ralwus - the Dane you're referring to is Gibson. I believe he died recently. He was the tallest, but not the heaviest. I think another Dane now holds that title. Maybe it's one of my Great Danes!
What a giant! There wouldn't be much room left on the sofa to cuddle up to him! I wonder if other dogs are bewildered by him.
I've always wanted to own an Arcanine. Being that they don't really exist, this pup would be the next best thing.
Oh Snopes, where would we be without you?
I recently saw pictures of a Newfoundland mix* who's the next contender for "world's tallest dog." He's a pretty big dog!
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/0 … 13273.html
* All the news stories call him a Landseer Newf. But as someone who works part-time for a professional breeder of Landseer Newfs, I have to say... if he's not a mix, he ought to be.
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