Gracious & Gorgeous Great Dane Puppies
Great Danes are part of the giant breed! This is a common fact. At Furry Babies, we are proud to have Great Dane puppies for sale and encourage you to contact us today with any questions you may have. We are here to answer them all! In the meantime, we have a great post that gives you more information about them, including a little about the history, a lot about their size and some about their personality!
Where are Great Danes from originally?
They are originally from Germany, bred for protection, and have been around for more than 400 years. They descend from mastiff-like dogs and used to hold jobs as watchdogs of esteemed estates and carriages. Upper-class society members fancied Great Dane puppies for sale for their popularity in the sport of taking down wild boar.
Just how “Great” does the Great Dane’s size get?
Hold your horses! Males can reach 32 inches in height and weigh anywhere from 100 to 120 pounds. Females are a tad shorter. They reach 30 inches in height, weighing the same as males.
They seem like sweet dogs, are they?
Great Dane puppies for sale are certainly sweet dogs. They’re gentle giants, actually and they’re great around kids of all ages. They’re incredibly loving and patient with children. They seem to recognize the size differentiation and act accordingly. However, they are pleasant, protective, and playful, additions to your life.
Are they easy to train?
Great Dane puppies for sale should be trained as soon as they’re in your home. They have a “great” reputation for being easy to train, despite their occasional stubborn streak. To get the very best out of your Great Dane, continue reinforcing their training throughout their lifetime. They need the added reassurance and optimal behavior maintenance.
There are some large dogs that can still thrive in small to medium-sized spaces. Great Danes are not one of them! If you’re going to take home one of our Great Dane puppies for sale, make sure that you have the space for them. They will need it to relax and be comfortable. Lastly, keep in mind that since you’ll have a big dog, that’ll mean big bills. They eat a lot so it’s imperative that you adjust your budget to accommodate their natural and huge appetites!