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This puppy is trying its hardest to turn over a Frisbee, but the Frisbee is definitely winning. Better luck next time, pup! Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Cat Gets Caught Cleaning Her Toy German Shepherd Howls at Her Favorite Song Lazy Cat Lies Down While Drinking Water...

We know just how this Great Dane puppy feels, especially on a Monday morning. At only 14 days old, this puppy just wants to sleep. It already gave out its kisses for the day, and now it's nap time. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Hamster Enjoys Tiny Thanksgiving Dinner With Friends Kitten Dozes Inside a Cherry Pie Abandoned Marmoset Gets Soothing Massage...

Freddy the Great Dane is the largest dog in Great Britain, and may soon be the largest dog in the world. The 18-month-old dog stands 7 feet 4 inches on his hind legs, and he is still growing, WDAF-TV reports. Owner Claire Stoneman chose Freddy and his sister Fleur from a litter in which Freddy was actually the runt. His small size proved to be deceiving once he grew out of his puppy stage. "He just started growing and growing and growing - like an inch a month," Stoneman said. That growth started to equal major financial costs for Stoneman, who spends about $140 a week on food for Freddy. The enormous canine has also destroyed 14 of Stoneman's couches. However, the high price tag of liv...

Giant George, the Great Dane whom Guinness World Records recognized as the tallest dog in the world, has died. Giant George weighed 250 pounds and stood about 43 inches tall (slightly over 3-and-a-half feet) at the shoulder. On his hind legs, he measured an imposing 7 feet. In 2010, Giant George's 43 inches of height narrowly beat out the 42.25 inches of another Great Dane named Titan, earning Giant George the Guinness World Records title of the tallest dog ever recorded. Giant George's owners, Christie and Dave Nasser, anno...

Great Dane Breed 101

Is your kid bugging you to get a pony? Why not adopt a Great Dane instead? Size-wise, they’re almost there, plus you’d get to keep it in the house, where it will be a friendly and loyal companion, one of the most gentle and loving of all dog breeds. “But I don’t know anything about Great Danes,” you…