Great Dane Pricing- How Much Does it Cost to Buy a Great Dane?

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Great Dane pricing is something that many people wonder about. If you’re asking, “How much does it cost to buy a Great Dane?” then you’re not alone. Great Danes are one of the most popular dog breeds in the world, and they come at a price.

In this blog post, we’ll take a look at what factors influence the Great Dane pricing, and how you can find a reputable breeder. Let’s get started!

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A mantle Great Dane puppy from an ethical breeder

GREAT DANE PRICING FROM BREEDERS

The Great Dane pricing from a breeder can range anywhere from $600 to $4000. The average Great Dane price is between $1600-$2500, but this can vary depending on the breeder.

There are a few things that will affect the price of a Great Dane from a breeder:

– How ethical and diligent the breeder is

-How much health testing was done

-If the parents were shown and are excellent examples of the breed standard

-If the breeder utilizes best practices for socialization

-How robust, healthy and long-lived the pedigree is

– The reputation of the breeder

‘Designer’ traits such as being ‘mini’, having an off-standard color or being ‘Euro’ should not cost more.

These designer ‘options’ are all red flags of unethical breeding practices; tread cautiously.

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HOW TO FIND A REPUTABLE GREAT DANE BREEDER

Great Danes from legitimate, ethical breeders are not going to be cheap. Expect to pay in the neighborhood of $1700-$2000 (average), and possibly more if you are planning to show and breed your puppy.

Here are key things to look for in a Great Dane Breeder:

A Great Dane puppy priced below $1000 is a red flag for unethical breeding and for scams.

No ethical, diligent breeder will sell a puppy at that price, and there are many scams going around that prey on people looking for a bargain.

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A fawn Great Dane puppy

Great Dane Prices from Rescues

Adopting a Great Dane from a rescue is a great way to get a dog at a lower price.

Rescues typically have lower adoption fees than breeders, and they often have Great Danes of all ages that need good homes!

Rescue fees also typically cover the cost of vaccines and spay/neuter surgery prior to adoption. This can save you thousands of dollars!

The information contained on this page is for informational purposes only. We do our best to present the most up-to-date research, however it is up to the reader to make decisions regarding the health and well-being of their dog. We make no claims here to prevent or treat bloat, Panosteitis, DCM or any other condition related to Great Danes. Find a veterinarian with GIANT breed experience, and chat with them. 

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Hello Danes

Dane lover and believer in ethical breeding, training and rescue practices. Positive + Balanced trainer, owner of rescue dogs and dogs from breeders. Love the dog in front of you.

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