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Great Dane

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Group : Working Dogs

Weight : 54 Kgs

Height : 76 Cms

Color(s) : Great Dane comes in Brindle, black-masked fawn, blue, black, harlequin (white with irregular black patches)

Coat : The Great Dane has a very short and thick coat, which should retain a glossy appearance. A relatively clean dog, this breed doesn't require much coat maintenance.

Distinct Feature : This is a very responsible and dependable breed, making him a great family pet. This breed should be extensively trained during puppyhood so they do not lean on people, especially children, or have any behavioral problems in the future.

ACTIVITY : The Great Dane should have a large sized yard and plenty of exercise room. A very large breed, he requires very long walks regularly. This breed proves to be a good jogging companion and does well running alongside a bike.

Great Dane Reviews

TEMPERAMENT : The Great Dane has a decent aura, regularly called a "gentle giant." Charming and loving, it is perky and understanding with kids. It adores everybody and should associate with individuals. The Great Dane does not bark much and just gets to be forceful when the circumstances oblige it. It is solid, reliable and trustworthy. Gutsy and faithful, it is a decent guard dog. The Great Dane does not stay little for long and reliable preparing and principles ought to begin right from puppyhood. This titan canine ought to be taught not to bounce or incline toward individuals. The target in preparing this puppy is to accomplish pack pioneer status.

CHARACTER :A very much reproduced Dane is one of the best-natured canines around. He's a delicate, sweet, warm pet who loves to play and is casual with youngsters. He has an extraordinary craving to if you don't mind which makes him simple to prepare.

The Great Dane needs to be the place the family is. He loves individuals a ton, including outsiders and kids, and will welcome guests joyfully, unless he supposes you need protecting. At that point he can be furiously defensive.

A few Danes wish they were (or genuinely trust they are) lapdogs, and they'll continue attempting to arrive regardless of the possibility that you and your lap bafflingly continue moving.