Great Dane

Collection of drawings of a Great Dane from various sitting and standing poses

Great Danes are a breed of giant German dogs known for their imposing size and weight paired with a sweet and gentle demeanor. Originally bred for the hunting of bears, boars, and deer, the Great Dane today has adapted to domestic life and is comfortable in a variety of environments from large houses to small apartments. With a loving and friendly temperament, the Great Dane is often referred to as the “world’s largest lapdog.” Great Danes have a variety of coat colors from the iconic harlequin and black patterns, to fawn and brindle, and blue coats.

The average Great Dane has an overall height of 42.5"-49.5" (108-126 cm), withers height of 28.0"-32.0" (71-81 cm), and body length of 35.5"-43.0" (90-109 cm). A typical Great Dane weighs between 110-175 lb (50-79 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 7-10 years.

How big is a Great Dane?
Great Danes have standing heights of roughly 44” | 112 cm with males having a withers (shoulder) height of 30"-32" | 76-81 cm and females with a withers height of 28”-30” | 71-76 cm. Males weigh between 140-175 lb | 64-79 kg while females weigh from 110-140 lb | 50-64 kg.
How long does a Great Dane live?
Great Danes have an average life expectancy of 7-10 years.
What is the temperament of a Great Dane?

Despite their imposing size, Great Danes have a loving and friendly temperament that has earned them the nickname, “The World’s Largest Lapdog.”

Details

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Height: 
42.5"-49.5" | 108-126 cm
Width:
Depth:
Length:
35.5"-43.0" | 90-109 cm
Withers Height:
28.0"-32.0" | 71-81 cm
:
Weight:
110-175 lb | 50-79 kg

Male:
Height (Withers):
30.0"-32.0" | 76-81 cm
Height (Standing): 46.0"-49.5" | 117-126 cm
Length: 
38.5"-43.0" | 98-109 cm
Weight: 140-175 lb | 64-79 kg

Female:
Height (Withers): 28.0”-30.0” | 71-76 cm
Height (Standing): 42.5"-46.0" | 108-117 cm
Length: 
35.5"-38.5" | 90-98 cm
Weight: 110-140 lb | 50-64 kg

Color: Fawn & Brindle, Harlequin & Black, Blue
Temperament: Friendly, gentle, adaptable
Uses: Hunting, catch, companion (today)

Breed Size:
:
Lifespan:
7-10 years

Properties

Drawings include:
Great Dane side elevation (standing), side (sitting), front (standing), front (sitting), laying down (side)

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Dogs are domesticated mammals of the Carnivora order. Descendants of wolves, dogs are the first animals to have been domesticated by humans. Dogs are bred for particular physical and emotional characteristics and are often referred to as ‘man’s best friend’ referring to their high degree of loyalty.