What dog has been given the "Largest Dog in the World" title?

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  1. Phyllis Doyle profile image96
    Phyllis Doyleposted 3 years ago

    What dog has been given the "Largest Dog in the World" title?

    Its breed is considered the largest dog breed.

  2. Phyllis Doyle profile image96
    Phyllis Doyleposted 3 years ago

    Edit: Its breed is in the top ten largest dogs in the world. What is its breed?

    1. Faith Reaper profile image87
      Faith Reaperposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Great Dane? Spelling?  or Mastiff (spelling again)

    2. Phyllis Doyle profile image96
      Phyllis Doyleposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      One of those.

  3. djashburnal profile image79
    djashburnalposted 3 years ago

    I thought it was the Irish Wolfhound or Scottish Deerhound. Although the tallest breed would probably be Great Dane.
    I know the longest is a Great Dane.
    Heaviest? no idea.

    What's your definition of "largest"?

    1. Phyllis Doyle profile image96
      Phyllis Doyleposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Hi Doug. I was not very clear on my question. This is one dog that has the title of Heaviest dog in the world. Zorba, English Mastiff, held that record till his death. He was 343 lbs and 8 feet long. The dog I mention is 282 lbs, same breed.

  4. manatita44 profile image82
    manatita44posted 3 years ago

    I think that it's is the Alsatian. You call it the German Shepherd, I believe.

    1. Phyllis Doyle profile image96
      Phyllis Doyleposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Hi dear Brother. No, not the Alsatian. I worded my question wrong and it is not very clear. I should have worded it thus: What one particular dog was named world's heaviest dog, or largest dog. This dog has a name which fits his title and is massive.

  5. Marie Flint profile image73
    Marie Flintposted 3 years ago

    Without researching, the St. Bernard and Mountain Pyrenees comes to mind. My daughter has a Pit bull/Mastiff mix; he weighs about 100 lbs., so I know Mastiffs must be pretty big.

    Fun questions, Phyllis. I enjoy answering yours.

    1. Phyllis Doyle profile image96
      Phyllis Doyleposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Hi Marie. Thanks - glad you enjoy my questions. It is easy to look up the answer, so I appreciate your guess. Both dogs you mention are in the top 10, but I am thinking of one dog with the given personal name that fits his title quite well.

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