Great Dane Breed Info
Great Dane is originated from Germany and also known as deutsche dogge
Size: max: 32 inches (H) and 130 pounds (W)
Color: fawn, harlequin, blue, black, brindle or mantle pattern
Coat: short, smooth coat
Personality: friendly, playful, affectionate
Care: training, socialization
Known health problem: hip dysplasia, bloating, congenital heart disease, osteosarcoma
Group: working dogs
Good with children? yes
Good with other pets? yes
Great dane dogs are known for their giant size and gentle personality. They are descended from hunting dogs. Ear cropping in great danes are common in the US. The original purpose of this practice is to prevent wolves and wild boar (often the objective of great dane hunts) would not be able to grab ahold of the ear.Ear cropping for looks only was never done in England. Now, however, it is used to obtain a more regal or majestic look in showdogs.
As large dogs, they have a fairly slow metabolism. This results in less energy and less food consumption per pound of dog than in small breeds.
Great Danes are generally well-disposed toward other dogs, other non-canine pets, wild animals, and humans (including strangers and children). However, some Great Danes have dominance issues, are aggressive with other dogs of the same sex, or chase small animals. Great dane dogs are best living in suburban or rural homes, but can adapt to city life.
Great Dane ClubGreat Dane Club of America
Great Dane Rescue OrganizationGreat Dane Rescue
Age 11 weeks
Location: Joysi, Texas
lovely Great Dane puppies available for new family homes,They are, potty trained,and house trained and have all their shots, health and vet papers. They are very friendly to kids and other pets,very mellow and of good temperaments.
Breeder of full european great danes. Colors are fawn, harlequin, mantle, merle & black