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Have Fun With A Great Dane.

The growth of a Great Dane puppy can be easily noticed by most Great Dane owners since they have a very fast growth. When your Great Dane puppy has arrived at around eight weeks of age, then t is the perfect time to cuddle and play with your puppy. At ten weeks old you can barely lift the dog. This period of growth is the most stressful time in the life of a Dane puppy, as many things can go wrong during this critical time when the skeleton is fast reaching the adult height.

It is undeniable that the owner of the dog and also the dog itself will experience a lot of problems during the growth stage. During the growth of the Great Dane, one of the ost common problems that can be encountered by the Great Dane is the panosteitis. Usually, panosteitis develops while the pup is between four and nine months of age. Otherwise known as “wandering lameness”, it causes inflammation in the long bone of one of the legs and often moves from leg to leg. You will definitely feel pity if your dog will experience panesteitis since the pain that it gives ranges from mild, to unnoticeable lameness, up to an excruciatingly painful condition that will lead to the frustration of your dog and not wanting to get up anymore. You will notice limping on one leg this week, and another leg next week. It is better if the puppy will reach its first year so that the condition that the panosteitis gives will disappear. Panosteitis is an example of one of many problems that can afflict a Great Dane pup. If you suspect that your puppy might have a medical problem then speak to your veterinarian. Go get your Great Dane puppy diagnosed as soon as you think that it has a medical problem since it is a very important issue.

A Great Dane puppy is definitely a large kind of puppy, however, do not get confused with its strength. A growing Dane pup is actually very fragile. You should not force your Great Dane to exercise as long as it still hasn’t reached its first year because it has been known that Great Danes are very fragile while growing up and they still do not have enough strength. You can always take your puppy for a walk or play just as long as you do not overdo it.