Are great danes expensive?

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Boarding large dogs is typically also more expensive.

The cost of owning a Dane is a definite factor you must consider carefully before you adopt one.

Great Danes are very strong dogs.

Danes do best when they are kept as indoor pets and when the family is the core of their existence.

Great Danes are very nice dogs and can be a great first dogGreat Danes are very nice dogs and can be a great first dog. If you buy a puppy from a reputable breeder who has been breeding for a while, 8–20 years, they will be able to tell you how long their dogs generally live.

Great Danes are considered gentle giants.

They are moderately playful, affectionate and good with children.

They will guard their home.

Great Danes generally get along with other animals, particularly if raised with them, but some individuals in the breed can be aggressive with dogs they do not know.


Like many Spaniels, Welshies are typically affectionate, gentle dogs devoted to their families.

But, just because this breed tends to be cuddly, doesn't mean they are lazy.

Welsh Springer Spaniels need daily exercise and plenty of mental stimulation.


Young Great Danes need enough exercise to keep them lean and healthy, but not so much that their soft growing bones, joints, and ligaments become over-stressed and damaged.

Otherwise, left alone, young Great Danes become bored and destructive.

Their powerful jaws can destroy your living room.


30 mph is pretty fast for being the tenth fastest dog.

Great Danes are big, affectionate dogs who absolutely love children.

Their weights range from 100 to 300 lbs for males and 115 lbs for the females and they stand at 2 1/2 to 3 feet at the shoulder.



In spite of the size, Great Danes are considered gentle giants, are moderately playful and good with children.


The Great Dane is a German breed of domestic dog known for its giant size.

For all of his size, a Great Dane is a sweet, affectionate pet.

He loves to play and is gentle with children.

Despite their names, Great Danes are not from Denmark — the Germans bred Great Danes for hunting and guarding.

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