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Great Dane puppies – where to buy and what to expect

Great Dane puppies – where to buy and what to expect

Great Dane puppies are adorable and it’s no wonder they’re so popular, but remember that these tiny little puppies will eventually grow into very large dogs. Be prepared for a large mobile dog, as Great Danes weigh between one hundred and one hundred and thirty pounds when fully grown.

We just want to make sure you know what you’re getting into. At about thirty to thirty-two inches tall, the Great Dane will tower over small children. And although this breed is large, they have a good temperament and are very safe around children.

Two phrases that often describe Great Danes, and very well, are – “smart” and “easy”. And since people tend to gravitate towards breeds that are like them, if you are a laid-back smart person, then choosing a Great Dane puppy is just the perfect choice for you.

When it comes to searching for breeders, be sure to get all the information you can about them and the puppy you are choosing, especially if you are dealing with them online, which has become so popular in our modern age. Unfortunately there are puppy mills and unlicensed breeders out there so be careful and do your homework, we don’t want anyone inadvertently contributing to animal cruelty that’s for sure.

Fortunately, Great Dane puppies don’t really bark that much, which is great if you like your peace and quiet. This breed was originally bred as guard dogs, so if you are looking for a guard dog, this is also a great choice for you.

Danes are very loyal and very obedient (when trained correctly) and this is partly due to how they have been bred slowly over time, these qualities being fostered by breeding only the most loyal and obedient dogs.

The Great Dane breed was originally registered as a breed in 1887 in an American kennel; however, similar-looking dogs (call them cousins) have been around for many centuries, of course. Danes range in color from black, to blue, to fawn. For a larger dog, they have a fairly long lifespan, usually in the twelve to thirteen year range. Most likely, this is due to the fact that these dogs are so neat and active. Other large breeds, such as Saint Bernards, for example, live much shorter lives.

Even though Great Dane puppies are somewhat genetically “programmed” to be obedient, they still need to be taken to obedience school, every puppy needs to be taught how to fit in with people, that’s just how the world works. And remember, your dog will be one of the smartest in the class.

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