• Is a great Dane really for them?
  • Do they have the time for such a commitment?
  • Can they afford to care for a Great Dane?
  • Is their home suitable to home a Great Dane?
  • Are they aware of any breed specific health concerns?
  • What research have they conducted?
  • Have they spoken to a vet about the breed?
  • Can they see the litter with the mother?

The above list is not exhaustive but a guide. Any responsible breeder expects and will encourage such questions, since this is a process of evaluation by both parties. A breeder puts a lot of effort, passion and expense into showing their dogs and rearing litters. Should a prospective puppy buyer find a breeder they like, we would advise them to wait for a puppy to become available, even if this takes some time. A breeder will respect you being willing to wait and will cement an enduring relationship which will benefit all parties, particularly the puppy.

There are many sources giving advice for prospective puppy owners and we recommend that the more research conducted the better decision will be made. If you require any further advice please do not hesitate to contact us.

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