A pet Great Dane living on the Gower has high hopes - he's in the running to be crowned the world's tallest dog standing at 7ft 1in.
Three-year-old pet "Major" measures 41 inches from his paw to his shoulder but is 85 inches when on his hind legs.
The 12-stone pooch sleeps for 22 hours each day on his adult-sized mattress.
Major's owners Brian and Julie Williams are waiting for confirmation he is the world's tallest dog.
But two other giant dogs are also in the running - and officials from the Guiness Book of Records will visit all three with their tape measures before crowning a new record holder.
Major is up against two other Great Danes, Freddy from Southend in Essex, and Rocco, from Nevada in the US.
A vacancy for the title has existed since the world's official largest dog, 'Giant' George, died at home in Arizona in the US three years ago.
The estimated the cost of feeding Major is around £30-35 a week.
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