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Blue Great Danes

With their towering height and elegant stance, Great Danes are commonly known as gentle giants. They come in various majestic, beautiful colors, including brindle, black, fawn, mantle, merle, harlequin, white, chocolate, silver, blue, and others.  

In this post, we’ll be examining the blue Great Dane, letting you know how they got their blue shade, the cost of getting one, and where to get it.

The Blue Apollo of Dogs

Also known as the blue apollo of dogs, blue Great Danes are some of the coveted Great Danes around. They get the blue coloration that makes them unique from parents with recessive blue genes. While they may have blue eyes from birth, this may change as they grow older. With their shiny steel coats, blue Great Danes are cute and eye-catchy.

The Size of Blue Great Danes

The height and weight of blue Great Danes are similar to those of their cousins with different coat shades. As with other Great Danes, male adult blue Great Danes can weigh between 140 and 180 pounds and reach between 30 and 37 inches in height, while females often weigh between 110 and 150 pounds and stand at 28 to 30 inches.

Blue Great Dane Health Issues

Blue Great Danes have similar health concerns like other Great Danes. Some of the health conditions they’re prone to include bloat, cardiomyopathy, cancer, hip dysplasia, and bone disease. That’s why we recommend supplements with natural ingredients for your blue Great Danes to help reduce their risk of coming down with these ailments.

Lifespan

Big, well-mannered, and beautiful, blue Great Danes are loved, and many want them around for long. Unfortunately, blue Great Danes don’t live as long as smaller dogs, living between 8 - 10 years. Some may even live for only six years. Because of their huge size, they are prone to many health conditions. To get a blue Great Dane with improved chances of longevity, it pays to buy from a certified breeder such as Great Lake Danes. It would also be great to get your pet from a farm that issues health guarantees.

Cost of a Blue Great Dane

The cost of a blue Great Dane varies depending on the location, breeder practices and certification, pedigree, and other factors. You can expect to get one for between $1300 to $3000. But generally, adopting a blue Great Dane is way cheaper than buying one. That, however, comes with many challenges as you risk getting a dog with health and behavioral issues.

Getting Your Blue Great Dane Puppy

For your well-bred and healthy puppies with great temperaments in Michigan, Great Lake Danes is where you want to go to. We are committed to providing you with champion-pedigreed AKC Blue Great Dane puppies

 

We are lovers of blue Great Danes and breed to preserve and better the quality of our champion bloodlines. Our puppies are physically healthy and are well-behaved. When you get your blue Great Dane from us, you also get a health guarantee! That’s how confident we are in our puppies!

Testimonials

Great Lake Danes in the show ring

Hello Karri, I'm so proud to annoncing to you , last Friday, Michigane won over an adult female, she won WINNER BITCH, she got her first point on championship!!!

Hi Karri,

Hope you have been well. Remington is almost a year old now. I see that you are anticipating a little this summer...how exciting for you and your family. 

Sandy and Seth

Macy as a young lady, winning Junior Handler at the AKC show in Lansing, MI.

AKC junior show

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Phone:     616-892-1993