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.
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 are an agreeable breed that generally takes well to training. However, as with learning any new skill there are bound to still be a few bumps in the road! To help avoid frustration for your and your Dane, here are our top 7 tips and tricks to make the most of training sessions.
While running with your Great Dane may be an excellent way to exercise together there a few precautions you will want to consider. Age, distance, running frequency, weather, and leash competency are just a few!
Most people have fond memories of their beloved childhood pets. If you are expecting a new addition to your family, there are many things you can do to prepare your Great Dane to be around newborns and children. In fact, you can begin preparing your dog for this change before the baby is even born. This will help create an easier transition to a new routine and a changing environment.
If you’re new to working with Great Danes, or training in general, the thought of walking one of these wonderful giants might seem like a bit of a daunting task. While walking a small or medium-sized dog may seem basic, there are special aspects regarding size that should be considered in Great Dane leash training.
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.
Great Dane’s are ridiculously impressive. They exhibit a combination of size, power, and elegance that is unmatched by other breeds. While generally sweet and good-natured companions, an untrained Great Dane is more than a handful to deal with. A well-trained Great Dane is guaranteed to lead a safer, happier, and more fulfilling life than one who is untrained. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of training.
Although crate training remains a controversial topic, there is research to support the positive impact that it will have on your Great Dane’s life. Creating a space inside your home for your Dane to call their own satisfies their evolutionary desire for a den. Click to learn more about crate training and recommended crates for your Great Dane.