July 4, 2008

I would like to have a great dane puppy, where should I look?

I had a great dane years ago and I am ready for another. It must be a female puppy. I would prefer a Fawn, Blue, or Hallaquin. My last dog died and I miss having a dog with me. They make a good companion.

first check the local great dane rescue, if you can't find one that you like there then I would start looking for a breeder if you're picky about a puppy that you want, I breed great danes and will be having a litter in mid September, and to those of you who say breeders just contribute to the problem, I already have people lined up before I have a litter and if for any reason anyone buys a puppy and can no longer keep it for any reason, including vet expenses I tell them to let me know and I will take the dog back and either keep it or find it a good home. There are responsible breeders out there, I have 5 great danes and they all live in the house with me, the last litter of puppies I had stayed in my room until they were all gone. As long as you know about the breed you will be ok, my blue female is more prone to allergies, but my blue boston male hasn't shown any sign of them yet. They are known to have genetic problems such as hip dysplasia, enlarged hearts, and bloat, just be sure and check the pedigree for any health issues. If you have any questions about the breed feel free to contact me at brinks_greatdanes@yahoo.com

*~*Natalie*~*

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July 18, 2006

nfaustman @ 7:16 am

http://www.petfinder.org or your local shelter and great dane rescue group. Breeders only contribute to the problem of pet overpopulation.
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princess @ 7:16 am

great dog- good luck
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KL @ 7:17 am

As long as you are aware the average life span for a Great Dane is 7-10 years due to their size…

http://www.petfinder.com. There are pages listed across the country that are looking for good homes, and I'm sure the shelters would like someone with Great Dane experience to adopt one
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suhaib jordan @ 7:17 am

from any super market from dane
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ghawkes249 @ 7:17 am

news papers internet.if u liv near new england uncle henrys.pet stores u name it.
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jody n @ 7:18 am

i wpould try the dog pound first. the newspaper usally has them for sale
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mojomuppet @ 7:18 am

please please find one that needs a home from a great dane rescue.www.greatdanerescueinc.com
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miranda @ 7:20 am

Your local news paper,Internet(but be careful on the net because there was a news article yesterday that said alot of ads are fake they are scamming people. Wanting you to send the money ahead of time. I wouldn't buy a dog unless I seen it first.You could also look up Great Dane Breeders on the internet. But again be careful.
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franprn @ 7:30 am

Look in your local newspapers ads to find a breeder. Be sure to see the mother and father so you will know what your puppy will grow up to look like. I have heard never to buy from the Petstores because the puppies are not as healthy.
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Vicm0322 @ 7:35 am

Always try your local shelter or humane Society first. They get in alot of pure bred dogs. Even if not pure bred, you might find one you fall in love with. And you will be saving a life.
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GitEmGang @ 7:46 am

WHERE??? NOT here!

Go to a show,talk to REPUTABLE breeders,call your local(county) kennel club,even ask your vet …NEVER a petstore or on-line!
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Bean @ 8:15 am

get a puppy from your local humane society or a local rescue! look on http://www.petfinder.com for a great dane rescue near you!
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Natalie @ 9:03 am

first check the local great dane rescue, if you can't find one that you like there then I would start looking for a breeder if you're picky about a puppy that you want, I breed great danes and will be having a litter in mid September, and to those of you who say breeders just contribute to the problem, I already have people lined up before I have a litter and if for any reason anyone buys a puppy and can no longer keep it for any reason, including vet expenses I tell them to let me know and I will take the dog back and either keep it or find it a good home. There are responsible breeders out there, I have 5 great danes and they all live in the house with me, the last litter of puppies I had stayed in my room until they were all gone. As long as you know about the breed you will be ok, my blue female is more prone to allergies, but my blue boston male hasn't shown any sign of them yet. They are known to have genetic problems such as hip dysplasia, enlarged hearts, and bloat, just be sure and check the pedigree for any health issues. If you have any questions about the breed feel free to contact me at brinks_greatdanes@yahoo.com

*~*Natalie*~*
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July 19, 2006

wunder_ffa @ 12:18 am

That depends on where you live. My Dane came from Erebors Danes near Cleveland, OH (USA). Amanda's site is http://www.ereborsdanes.com She comes highly recommended by me! She should have pups available very soon. Also, you could find a dane rescue near you. In Ohio, Harlequin Haven is very popular. I believe they also have a link to other dane rescues. The site is http://www.hhdane.com . The link with a state by state listing is http://www.hhdane.com/links/rgroups.htm

I wish you all the best with your dog. Don't forget to do your research on the breeder and/or rescue.
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