We’ve all been there at one time or another. We get home from a long day at work and realize our beloved Dane hasn’t eaten their meal. We might be …
Heartworms are both one of the most serious and preventable diseases affecting our canine friends. Learn how to prevent, identify, & treat them.
While everyone knows about common obedience commands like sit, come, down, and leave it – there is another training command that’s particularly useful for Great Danes. PLACE! The place command allows you to better position your Great Dane into any spot.
Specific to Great Danes, the OFA partnered with the Great Dane Club of America to create a specialized set of CHIC health testing requirements. The Great Dane screening requirements include: hip dysplasia, eye, thyroid, and cardiac evaluation.
The average Great Danes sleep 16-18 hours per day! With all that time in bed, it makes sense to invest a great bed to help prevent future orthopedic joint issues.
The cost of pet insurance varies based on three primary factors: age, location, and type of coverage. In our testing, we found that the average cost of accident and illness coverage for Great Danes was $70 per month.
Cherry eye occurs when the nictitans gland starts to protrude onto the eyeball, giving a bright red, cherry-like appearance. Common treatment options include massage and surgery.
Your experience at the dog park can range from great to downright disturbing! Follow our simple tips to ensure you and your Dane have a great time.
Great Danes drool more than most other breeds due to their facial composition. Their square jaw and loose lips are not well suited to containing drool i.e. saliva. The folds in the skin allow it to pool and easily run out of the mouth.
While this topic may appear to be mired in controversy, it’s clear that elevated feeders are beneficial for Great Danes under the right conditions.