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.
These gentle giants may spend the majority of their day sleeping, but in between zoomies it’s a good idea to have some Dane-friendly toys ready. Regardless of whether or not your Great Dane is a big chewer, they have very strong teeth and jaws that can quickly destroy the average dog toy.
Events such as Independence Day and New Year’s Eve can be particularly stressful for your Great Dane due to fireworks. Sadly, July 5th is the busiest day of the year for animal shelters in the US. Click to learn what you can do to help your Great Dane deal with fireworks.
Like any dog, Great Danes aren’t always the biggest fans of getting their nails clipped. Some dogs may even get aggressive when it’s time for their regular nail trim. As a result, some dog owners make the decision to use professionals for their grooming needs. Unfortunately, that may not always be a financial or reasonable option for everyone.
If you already have a Great Dane or are thinking about getting one, then having a great training collar should be top of mind. While Great Dane puppies start out small and cute, they will quickly grow into very large and powerful dogs. Next to a leash, a great training collar is one of the most important tools for training your Great Dane.