Move Over, Let The Big Dog Eat

…and eat, and eat, and eat, and eat.

This is Freddie the Great Dane. Everything belongs to him.

As seen on VVV.



  1. “GET OFF MY COUCH!!” .. well .. I’ll rent that end to you if you rub my tummie

  2. I live close to where she lives, surprised I haven’t seen that giant dog yet…

  3. What a wonderful hoomin Claire is. It warms my snowed-in frozen heart to see such a caring person.

  4. SlaveToCat says:

    Am I the only one thinking; “Thank the gods of Azeroth I don’t have to pay that food bill or clean up that yard”. But, he is an adorable snuggly pup.

  5. I imagine you could see that dog from space. 🙂

    I love how much she loves her babies and thinks of them as her children. As it should be.

  6. Mary (the first) says:


  7. The Original Jane says:

    He’s destroyed FOURTEEN sofas and he’s only 18 months old??? And he was a handful to walk. Rather than yelling “NO” while out walking, pulling on the lease and putting up with destruction of property, I hope she invests in a dog training course for the benefit of both the dogs and the humans around them.

    We have a couple in our neighborhood and they also have two great danes. We walk a lot and encounter them from time to time. Their dogs are VERY well trained and it’s much appreciated and much respect to the owners. Lovely dogs.

  8. sabrina rose says:

    Maybe Freddie needs a mini-horse as a companion. How much more work could it be?? 🙂

  9. A dog that size NEEDs training. Even if he’s well behaved, an inadvertant swipe of the tail or jump up on someone could be bad.

    He looks like a real love though.

  10. The Original Jane says:

    Agree 🙂

  11. My sister’s Great Dane is 3 inches off the American record. He has his own loveseat and a twin bed. His enthusiastic tail wagging has knocked holes in the sheetrock. They use a giant snow shovel to scoop his poop. I am so glad I don’t have to clean that up.