Great Danes, as a breed, do not normally have webbed feet. According to the American Kennel Club's breed standard, both fore and hind feet should be round and compact with strong, well-arched toes.
The AKC's standard for Great Danes states that they are large, substantial dogs that combine strength, elegance and a regal appearance. They need strong, well-made feet to support their size, as males stand at least 30 inches at the shoulder; females stand at least 28 inches at the shoulder. Both sexes are expected to be well-muscled and to have a long, powerful stride. The dog's body should not toss, bounce or roll as it moves.