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🐕 Meet ""Zus" the longest dog in the world recorded in the Guinness Book of Records!

The Guinness Book of Records awarded the Great Dane "Zus", a two-year-old dog, the title of the world's tallest dog, with a length of 1,046 meters, and he lives in Bedford, Texas, USA.

Zeus officially earned the title on March 22, after a vet measured his length from claw to shoulder.

Owner Brittany Davis said she had always dreamed of owning a huge Dane named Zeus, and she was overjoyed when her brother brought her the puppy, just eight weeks after he was born. Although his large size worried her at first, she soon fell in love with him.

Davis Zeus described to Guinness World Records as "a huge size for a puppy, since she first set eyes on him. His paws were huge."

Zeus's Olympic diet includes 12 cups of Gentle Giants dog food a day, plus fried eggs and food sticks. His favorite toy is ice cubes, says Davis.

According to the American Kennel Club, the Great Dane is descended from medieval hunting dogs. It is known that they are the longest, but they are more susceptible to health diseases, and may live for a shorter period than other dogs.


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