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  • Preparing For Your Great Dane Puppy

    The first and foremost thing you should do in preparation of acquiring a Great Dane puppy is to find out all you can about it. Your sources could be the Internet, your local veterinary doctor, a good Great Dane breeder, the local library, the thousand and one books that are available on bookstands, and so on. You will need to know as much as you can about its temperament, its requirements in terms of food, exercise, training, healthcare, love, etc. In short, the more you will know about it the better you will be prepared to raise this puppy.

    Some Basics You Should Know

    This dog needs to eat like nothing you have ever seen. Hence, you should have the means to buy or cook food for it in the quantities it requires. When you choose the puppy food for your dog you should be very sure that your choice is the best possible. Do your homework thoroughly on this, as this will be crucial to the health and growth of your Great Dane puppy.

    Expert advice free feeding for these dogs, i.e. having its food bowl filled at all times so it can feed as and when it pleases and does not gorge itself at meal times. This helps preventing a very dangerous health condition called bloating which is occurs when air is trapped inside the stomach causing it to turn inside out. If this happens, the puppy may die a painful death.

    You will need to have an area where the Great Dane puppy can play and run this place should not be slippery as this may result in hip dysplasia. The place should also be free of any chewable things since this puppy loves to chew and can addicted very easily at chewing on furniture, clothes and anything that it can catch between its jaws - which is about everything.

    You will need to have lined up well before you even zero in the Great Dane puppy you are going to acquire, a good veterinary doctor and an excellent trainer. These are the two people who will ensure that your Great Dane puppy will stay happy and healthy to make it a great pet.

    With a Great Dane puppy you will need to undergo a crash course in how to apply first aid to your puppy (and possibly to all at home animals and people) since this dog is going to be naughty and it is possible that accidents may happen. If nothing else, just the fact that it jumps on you with happiness, will leave you literally black and blue. Why talk about the whole puppy, its wagging tail is sometimes enough for bruising you.

    It is also very important creating a living space for your Great Dane puppy so it can play without any restrictions when it wants to.

    Attention: To discover how YOU can have the Happiest, Healthiest and Best Behaved Great Dane, get a copy of this Great Dane Guide NOW!

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