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You can't walk your dog because people think it's a lion


The dog is a three-year-old Central Asian Shepherd who weighs over 85kg and is almost 2 meters tall standing on his hind legs.

A man claims his monstrous two-meter dog is often

mistaken for a lion and a pony.

Jamal Miah adopted Kenzo, a Central Asian shepherd after a friend decided to rehom the dog when

Kenzo grew too big.

Despite being just three years old, Kenzo already weighs 85kg and is two meters tall when standing on his hind legs,

Daily Star reports.

That makes the beast not only

taller but also heavier

than the average grown man.

The dog is a three year old Central Asian Shepherd weighing over 85kg (SWNS).

Jamal says that people are so surprised by the huge dog that they often cross the street to

avoid walking past him.

Jamal lives in London and says his dog eats more than

two kilos of raw meat every day

, costing him a whopping

$1,500 a year,

the Daily Star

reports .

The dog's owner said: "We saw him and we were like 'OMG'. He's so big and

he's just a puppy


The dog is almost 2 meters tall standing on its hind legs (SWNS).

"It's 50/50. Some people freak out and run across the street when they see it, and some people just want to pet and pet it."

"People ask me, like, 'What is this dog?' Others say 'what is that?' 'A pony?' At first, my daughters were scared of it because of its size. But after a few walks, they got used to him. He knows they're my daughters, so now

he's their natural protector


Jamal has had to make his home dog-proof, including

huge iron gates

to prevent Kenzo from going through his backyard fence, says

Daily Star.

He has spent $13,000 on his dog

He also had to hire a

professional dog trainer

to condition him into compliance.

So far, the owner believes he has spent around


 caring for his dog, including food, training and general upkeep, the

Daily Star reports.

Kenzo eats more than two kilos of raw meat every day (SWNS).

Jamal, the founder of the youth development program

OMG Education

, said: "A Central Asian Shepherd is not a beginner's dog. They are naturally outdoorsy dogs. I wanted it to be a family friendly dog ​​and to break the stigma surrounding big dogs like him.

But despite his size, Jamal said Kenzo is "

very friendly with dogs

and people he meets" and that the two have "a really good bond."

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Source: clarin

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