[VIDEO] This Great Dane Is Most Patient With A Puppy Annoying Him

puppy playing with Great Dane

What a naughty puppy trying to disturb this Great Dane who’s trying to enjoy a nap.   What patience!  Truly, the Great Dane deserves the reputation of being a gentle giant.   This puppy probably wants to play and tries to get her friend’s attention by biting his tail.

At first, she backs off right after she nips at his tail.  Seeing that he did not fight back, she tries and tries again.   When she fails to get his attention this way, she resorts to playing with his paw.  Now, she has his attention!   What a mischievous little puppy.  According to Dog Time, Great Dane is truly a gentle giant.  They are sweet, affectionate, and very gentle with children.

What are Great Danes like?

Dog Bowl designed to slow down fast eaters
Dog Bowl designed to slow down fast eaters

One thing to remember–they don’t know their size, so you might teach the little ones to watch for their big gentle friend.  One wag of that tail, and things can be off the coffee table, or even knock over a toddler.  Regular puppy food is not what you feed a large breed dog.  They have different dietary requirements.  And because it takes longer for all the bones to grow in for this giant, puppies under 18 months are best not allowed to jump around or jog, in order to protect their joints and still growing bodies.

A Great Dane mostly get along with other pets.  Some may be aggressive with livestock occasionally.  It varies from individual to individual.  Some would not want another pet in the house, while others would sleep with the cat and other dogs.  Great Danes love their family, and want to be where they are.  However old they get, they still believe they are lap dogs.  So be prepared for this treat!  As good natured as they are with everyone, it is a good idea to socialize them as puppies so they are exposed to different people and situations.  You can read more about Great Danes here.  Enjoy watching this amusing scene of a little pup trying to wake up a gentle giant.

Article source:  Dog Time


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