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Question by Maimom
Submitted on 3/23/2004
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We have recently adopted a puppy, Megan, who is now 15 weeks old. Her dominant breed(looks) is black lab but we have a feeling she is great dane also as do alot of other people. Her father is unknown and her mother is a black lab mix. Megan is VERY big already and growing everyday. My question is, how we can tell if she is part great dane? Is there something I can look for besides her size? Paws? Legs? She is already part of our family and we love her but are just curious of her backround:)Anyone?


Answer by Varisha
Submitted on 5/24/2004
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This site has a lot of Great Dane pictures.  Check the head shape.

http://www.ginnie.com/greatdanes.htm

 

Answer by Megan
Submitted on 1/31/2005
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I  do  not  know  where  to  buy  pups  and  i  want  to  buy  one  for  5.00.

 

Answer by kabba
Submitted on 9/17/2006
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if you like I can send you pictures of my half lab, half  great dane and see for yourself

 

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