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Great Dane puppy – Debra

$900.00

Breed: Great Dane
Sex: Female
Price: $900
Age: 11 weeks
Shipping Available: YES

Breathtaking Baby Debra ! Baby Girl ! If you are looking for luxurious top of line quality; look no further because baby Debra is here! She has beautify radiating off of her from every angle. Debra has gorgeous captivating eyes that are beyond velveteen rare. just shoot her already VIP quality to new heights. Baby Debra is truly a once in a lifetime Great Dane . AKC Registered ,1 Year Genetic Health Guarantee, Shots Up To Date With Complete Health Papers, leash , Toys , very adaptable to new environment.

Great Dane puppy

Great Dane puppy

HEIGHT

 

28-32 inches

WEIGHT 110-175 pounds
LIFE SPAN 7-10 years
BREED SIZE extra large (101 lbs. or more)
GOOD WITH
  • children
  • seniors
  • dogs
  • cats
  • families
TEMPERAMENT
  • Gentle
  • friendly
  • outgoing
  • playful
  • protective
INTELLIGENCE medium
SHEDDING AMOUNT seasonal
EXERCISE NEEDS medium
ENERGY LEVEL calm
BARKING LEVEL when necessary
DROOL AMOUNT high
BREED GROUP working
COAT LENGTH/TEXTURE short
COLORS
  • fawn
  • black
  • blue
  • gray
  • white
PATTERNS
  • bicolor
  • brindle
  • harlequin
  • merle
OTHER TRAITS
  • easy to train
  • easy to groom
  • prone to health issues
  • highly territorial
  • good for first-time pet owners
  • strong loyalty tendencies
  • Great Dane puppy

A Great Dane can grow to be the dimensions of little horse, but don’t let his large, rectangular head and lean muscles intimidate you. He’s a mild giant—a loving, loyal, and wonderful addition to any family. He cohabitates well with children and smaller animals, with proper supervision: Because he’s so gangly, he might accidentally tread on those shorter than him (and feel really bad about it.

 

Living Needs

As social dogs, Great Danes prefer to spend time around humans and other animals rather than in solitude. A large, fenced-in yard will let them comfortably stretch their lumbering legs as desired. But as long as they get the exercise they need (we’re talking two or three walks each day), a big yard isn’t a deal breaker. “They’re big, so they’re going to need to get out and run a little bit, but they’re not these dogs that have boundless energy. All great Danes are very cute.

In fact, it’s possible for a Great Dane to get too much of a workout. The dogs grow so rapidly that, according to the Great Dane Lovers Association , owners should wait until their pup is 18 months old to take him hiking or jogging to preserve the his growing joints.