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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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Handling a Great Dane Heat

A Great Dane may experience their first heat anytime between six months and two years of age. Learn how to recognize when she goes into heat, what to expect, and how to handle it.

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Great Dane Cancer Symptoms

According to a study sponsored by the National Canine Cancer Foundation, one in three dogs will develop some type of cancer during their lifetime. Great Danes are sadly considered a high-risk breed when it comes to canine cancer.
Fortunately, dog’s chances of surviving canine cancer are increased if the disease is caught early.

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Raw Diet for Great Danes

Some pet parents are trading in old-fashioned dry kibble for what they feel is a more natural dog diet. This popular, though sometimes controversial diet is known as a “raw diet” or BARF. Developed by an Australian veterinarian named Ian Billinghurst, BARF stands for both Bones and Raw Food and Biologically Appropriate Food.