Major, an eleven-year-old Anatolian Shepherd, with monster-frame causes him to suffer from osteoarthritis.
The volunteers at the Dogs Trust in Loughborough describe him as a "gentle giant" who wants nothing more than a good home.
According to the trust's manager of the rehoming facility, Celine Di Crocco, "Major is the biggest dog we have ever cared for.
He may be a big guy, but his sweet gigantic soul has won over the hearts of everyone at the adoption facility.
Major's tale is an eye-opening illustration of the weight control difficulties that certain canine companions may face.
Major's weight-loss regimen involves exercising and monitoring her food.
He may live with youngsters over 12 and another calm dog after good center introductions.