Shelter searches for home for its ‘biggest ever’ dog

Dogs Trust Canterbury said that 100kg Galahad is the biggest dog it has ever taken in.

Shelter searches for home for its ‘biggest ever’ dog

A Dogs Trust shelter is looking for a home for a dog which they claim is the “biggest dog we’ve ever had”.

Four-year-old mastiff Galahad weighs in at 100kg (approximately 15 stone, 7lbs), similar in weight to the average newborn elephant.

Harriet Blaskett, rehoming centre manager at Dogs Trust Canterbury, said: “Galahad is easily the biggest dog we’ve ever had here at Canterbury, and he’s looking for a big-hearted owner to match.

“He’s got no idea of his size at all and just loves human company so he needs an owner able to cope with the demands of such a big dog.”

(Dogs Trust)

“His amazing foster carers say he loves nothing more than lounging on a sofa of his own – he sleeps on a two-seater – and plodding around the garden.

“He has little respect for flower beds or hedges and chooses to walk through them, loves chewing toys, and spraying them with saliva with a flick of his head.”

Old English mastiffs are recognised by Guinness World Records as being the heaviest dog breed, with an old English mastiff named Zorba setting the record for heaviest dog in 1987, weighing 142 kg (22 stone, 3lbs).

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