Great Dane

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Great Dane
A Harlequin Great Dane
Ither namesDeutsche Dogge
German Mastiff
Common eik-namesGentle Giant
Wecht Male 120–200 lb (54–91 kg)
Female 100–130 lb (45–59 kg)
Hicht Male 30–34 in (76–86 cm)
Female 28–32 in (71–81 cm)
Life span 6–8 years
Clessification / staundarts
FCI Group 2, Section 2 #235 staundart
AKC Wirkin staundart
CKC staundart
KC (UK) Wirkin staundart
NZKC Nonsporting staundart
UKC Guardian Dugs staundart
Domestic dug (Canis lupus familiaris)

The Great Dane is a German breed[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] o domestic dug (Canis lupus familiaris) kent for its giant size.[8]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Great Dane Breed Standard". American Kennel Club. 1999. Italic or bold markup not allowed in: |publisher= (help)
  2. Standards and Nomenclature, Group 2, Section 2, Molossoid breeds: 5. Germany: Deutsche Dogge (235) (Great Dane)
  3. Diane McCarty: Great Danes,TFH Publications, 1997, p. 6, ISBN 978-0793823130
  4. Jore Stahlkuppe: Great Danes (Complete Pet Owner's Manual), Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, 2012, p. 7, ISBN 978-0764147463
  5. Jill Swedlow: New Owners Guide Great Danes (New Owner's Guide To...),Publisher: TFH Publications, 1997, p. 8, ISBN 978-0793827640
  6. Charlotte Wilcox: The Great Dane, Capstone, 1997, p. 5, ISBN 1560655437
  7. J. Allen Varasdi: Myth Information: More Than 590 Popular Misconceptions, Fallacies, and Misbeliefs Explained!, Google eBook, 2011
  8. Becker,The Great Dane - Embodying a Full Exposition of the History, Breeding Principles, Education, and Present State of the Breed (a Vintage Dog Books Breed Classic): Embodying a Full Exposition the History, Breeding Principles, Education, and Present State of the Breed, Published by READ BOOKS, 2005, ISBN 1-905124-43-0.