The six main types of Great Danes are black, blue, harlequin, mantle, fawn and brindle. Harlequin Great Danes are white with black patches, and mantle Great Danes are black and white with solid black torsos.
Great Danes and Bull Mastiffs are both part of the Mastiff family of dogs, and they already share many of the same general characteristics. A Great Dane/Bull Mastiff mix should be an extremely loyal family dog, but it is...
"The Great Dane Lady" is a nickname for canine nutritional consultant Linda Arndt. Arndt is also a published writer, and her work can be found in "DaneWorld Magazine," "Pet Health News" and "The Great Dane Reporter."
Find Great Danes for adoption on listing sites such as PetFinder and Adopt-a-Pet. PetFinder features pets from various adoption groups, while both provide photos of listed pets and their details to help you select suitab...
Because of the size of Great Danes, they typically don't experience their first heat until they are around two years old, and they have a heat cycle every 12 to 18 months. Smaller dogs can have two heat cycles per year.
According to the Dog Breed Info Center, a Great Dane can grow to 30 inches or more in height, with males on average being larger than females. Adult males are usually between 30 and 34 inches at the shoulder, while femal...
Great Danes with spots are known as Harlequin Great Danes. They are very large but have a gentle personality. They will not be disobedient or aggressive as long as the owner makes it clear that he is dominant in the hous...