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Breaking Down Pet Insurance for Great Danes

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.

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Why do Great Danes drool?

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.

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Why do Great Dane’s Eyes get red?

If you notice that your Dane’s eyes are starting to droop or turn red, it could be a normal effect of aging. However, red eyes can also signal that your dog is experiencing irritation, developing an infection, or is suffering from a condition like entropion, ectropion, glaucoma, or cataracts.

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When do Great Danes lose their puppy teeth?

Most Great Danes begin losing their puppy teeth around the age of 4 months. Don’t be alarmed if yours starts the process a little bit sooner or later as it’s not an exact science! From start to stop, it usually takes a month or two to lose all 28 puppy teeth.