Training with Frankie - Great Dane Puppy
Great Danes are a large and powerful breed of dog that originated in Germany during the 1600s. They were originally bred to hunt large game such as boars and deer. They have since become popular family pets, show dogs, and guard dogs. Great Danes are known as gentle giants due to their size and temperaments. They are loyal, loving companions and are typically good with children. Great Danes are rarely aggressive and often very intelligent. They need plenty of exercise and mental stimulation to remain healthy, so it is important for them to be given a securely fenced in yard where they can run, play and explore.
A great dane is an active and intelligent breed which needs consistent and ongoing training. Training should involve socialization, obedience, and manners. Crate training is also recommended to help establish boundaries and provide an area for the dog to return to and relax. In addition to basic obedience commands, great danes should also be trained on how to properly interact with children, other animals, and strangers, as they can be prone to protective aggression.
Today we met Frankie for her first training session. Frankie is an 11 week old Great Dane puppy.
Frankie is beginning her training towards becoming a Protection Dog. We can’t wait to see how this sweet girl grows into her new roll. She has so much potential already.