Breed Group: Working Height: 28 – 34 inches at the shoulder Weight: 99 – 200 pounds Life Span: 6 – 8 years
Elegance meets strength in the towering Great Dane. From a first impression, these giants appear imposing, intimidating and a serious hunk of canine. Get to know one of these beauts, however, and you’ll discover just the opposite inside that doggo heart of gold. At their core, Great Danes are a noble breed sure to prove gentle and even-tempered. Their muscular build renders them a fantastic guardian dog while their maturing body will demand lots of puppy fuel. Be sure to keep the cupboards stocked when your Great Dane is home.
Great Dane Puppy Cons:
They’re a large hunk of canine, they’ll consume lots of space and they are fond of slobbering and drooling.
Great Dane Puppy Pros:
Their intimidating size successfully intimidates unwanted strangers, they are elegant in appearance and they demand only moderate exercise.
- Great Danes first began in Germany.
- Great Danes are among the tallest dog breeds.
- Great Danes are clothed in colors including brindle, fawn, black, blue, harlequin and mantle.
Each Great Dane listed below is raised with care by one of our VIP Great Dane breeders. VIP breeders are selected from across the United States and are committed to canine excellence.
Learn more about the Great Dane breed here.