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  • "The apollo of dogs."
  • a device capable of spreading gallons of drool on every available surface
  • one of the "giant working breeds"
  • The male shall not be less than 30 inches at the shoulders, but it is preferable that he be 32 inches or more, providing he is well proportioned to his height.
  • The female shall not be less than 28 inches at the shoulders, but it is preferable that she be 30 inches or more, providing she is well proportioned to her height.
  • Markings: Brindle, Blue, Black, Fawn, Harlequin, Mantle
  • The Great Dane must be spirited, courageous, always friendly and dependable, and never timid or aggressive.
  • Great with kids, except for their tendency to accidentally knock the little ones over
  • Great with burgulars, especially with their tendency to knock the big ones over.
  • capable of eating way more than you.
  • males usually weigh around 150lbs
  • very friendly
  • great dane owners have a tendency to get bruised a lot. I wonder why.
  • a device used to generate comments about horses. If you're a Dane owner you know what I'm talking about. These comments will eventually drive any dane owner insane.
  • not cheap to own
  • guaranteed to prevent you from getting an apartment 99 out of 100 times.
  • one of the only breeds you can actually play with.
  • a good excuse to buy a bigger bed