Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog Characters

Dave Nasser
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George

George is a Great Dane dog, owned by Dave and Christie Nasser. For all intents and purposes, he could be considered the main character, and maybe even the hero of the story. George is described as being "blue" in color. Dave notes in his description of George that the dog does not have any white fur at all on him, a very rare coloring for a Great Dave. George's eyes are also blue, one of the traits that attracts Dave and Christie to him. Dave and Christie are also attracted to George because he is the runt of his litter of puppies. This is noteworthy, especially since George grows from this runt into a dog who wins the title of tallest dog in the world, ever. At his biggest recorded height and weight in the novel, George stands forty-three inches at the shoulder. He also weighs two hundred...

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