I’m calling bs on the 300lbs… that vehicle should have moved some.
If that dog is actually 300 lbs it is horribly over weight…
Also, the correct solution to this problem is a ramp! They’re Great Dane approved…
Agreed. My two Danes come in at 175 and 170 lbs, and either one alone rocks the suburban as they scamper up the ramp into the back…
I’d be interesting to see what that dog actually looks like wet!
More like Barkley from Sesame Street.
Are we sure that was a dog? From where I was sitting, it looked suspiciously like Mr. Snuffleupagus…
Mostly just hair…same dog, shaved and wet:
Also: Naming rights for said badge are now on the table…
Now I know what my Dear Wife has to see every night when I climb into bed. The horror I put her through.
“One of these things is just like the other…”
One of the original characters on the German Sesame Street was a bear called Samson. He looks even more like that doggo.
I’m surprised you can get your dogs to use that ramp. I had one in the back yard for my last Basset Hound when he became arthritic…had to build tiny little railings before he would use it. Now, our GSD is afraid of stairs, so the ramp is back, but she would not use it until we installed tiny rails again (really, tiny; they’re only about 15 cm tall ) Regards to the Great Dane. I have a friend that has two of them, and a chihuahua. Goofyness overload.
I like this one the best. Gives me…(sesame) street cred.
agree, no way that dog is 300 or even 200 lb