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Key Facts

Pet Type: Dogs
Pet Breed: Great Dane
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 11 months 6 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: Yes
Neutered: No
KC Registered: No
Published on: 15 August 2019
Modified on: 15 August 2019
Location: Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire

Advert Details

A litter of 5 Great Dane Puppies. 3 Male and 2 Female. Ready to leave immediately. All puppies have been wormed, flead and received all vaccinations. Mum is available to see.Only three puppies now remaining (2 boys and a girl).


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Before getting a Great Dane

Is the Great Dane the right pet for your lifestyle? Read our Great Dane Dog Breed Information. It is important to consider these facts to help you decide whether you are ready for long-term pet ownership.

Great Dane Breed Information

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