Speaking of Pekinese dogs, this little thing has won the record for the longest tongue on a dog in the world. In 2011, Puggy the Pekinese who hails from Texas and belongs to owner Becky Stanford has a tongue that hangs at 4.5 inches. That’s longer than the tongue of any other dog and considering that this is one tiny breed, it is extremely impressive.
While this Puggy is a cutie, the slobbering factor might be a little too much to handle with a tongue like that. But having a the longest tongue in the world must have many pros and cons – especially when you are a dog.
Super Long Horned Texas Longhorn
Texas Longhorns are famous for their...well, long horns, but Poncho stood out among the rest. Owner Jeral Pope decided that he just had to have this animal when he noticed one day a small herd of these steers outlined against the sunset. He knew at the moment he had to get to one. He found Poncho at 6 months and have been best friends ever since.
While the horns look pretty intimidating, the Pope family insists that Poncho is nothing but a huge softy. In May 2019, Poncho made the Guinness World records for having the largest horns on a living steer. The horns span at 10 feet and 7.4 inches. That's wider than two grand pianos.
'Why walk when your person can carry you?' is probably what this fluffy pup was thinking on his morning walk. Some might even say he's a bit heavy to carry, but he'll just say he's a bit husky. If we're going to be completely honest, we feel like this cutie is what you get when you cross a dog with a polar bear.
Surely he can't handle such warm conditions. Whatever the case maybe, his dog-ma has quite a handful with him. Do you think he realizes how big he is? We don't think it's worth the effort, to be honest.
Cassius The Giant Crocodile
Crocs are big and scary enough, there are no two ways about it. So imagine if you add a record-breaking Cassius Clay to the mix. When you do that, you have got yourself a really great story. While this crocodile may not be the biggest one in the world, it definitely made the books for the largest of its kind that was raised in captivity.
Since the year 2011, Cassius has been safely residing in a wildlife park situated in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and measures at a whopping 17 feet in length. That is roughly the size of two ping-pong tables. Imagine having two pairs of friends playing a couples of semi-finals on that thing.
Big Boy and Baby Boy
Everyone needs someone looking out for them if they are going to get anywhere in life. And this definitely is the case when babies are concerned. Of course, the bare minimum is to have a parent who raises you well and gives you enough love and support. But a huge dog can also go a long way.
The Newfie is just 16 months older than his new baby friend, and just look how big he is! Newfies are also known for being great babysitters because of their gentle nature. That little baby is probably wondering, "why am I not cuddling with the furball?" We know we would be!