January 31 According to foreign media reports, Guinness World Records officially announced recently that Freddie, the world’s tallest dog, died this week.
This Great Dane lives in Essex, England, with its owner, Claire Stoneman.
It is about 1.03 meters from foot to shoulder, and when it stands on its hind legs, it can reach 2.26 meters tall.
Guinness World Records officially said on the 27th that the dog lived to eight and a half years old.
According to the American Kennel Club, most Great Danes live between 8 and 10 years.
Stoneman said: “It is not only the tallest dog, but also the most loving dog.
A completely sentimental guy.”
“Freddy is a very gentle ‘giant’ and it’s really nice to see it pouncing towards you,” Craig Grundy, editor-in-chief of Guinness World Records, said in a statement.
Glendy said: “Freddy brings joy to everyone, and everyone in Guinness World Records will miss it.
I am glad we had the opportunity to record its record height and share its story with millions of people around the world.”