DBR , IDCR
||Dannif, Danniff, Danif, Daneiff, Dantiff, Mastadane, Mastdane
Caring for a Daniff
Feeding: Daniffs are big dogs and require lots of food.
Living with a Daniff
Personality: Daniffs are smart, funny, protective and very curious dogs. They have a laid back, easy-going personality.
Temperament: Daniffs are sweet, loving but protective dogs.
Family Dog: Daniff make good family dogs. They are protective and love people and other animals.
Shedding: Daniff are not big shedders.
Grooming: Daniffs should be brushed every couple of days.
Training: Daniffs are fast learners but can be stubborn at times.
Barking: Daniffs do bark a little, but usually for a good reason.
Exercise: Daniffs need daily walks or exercise.
Living Conditions: Daniffs can live in apartments provided they are given daily walks or ample time for exercise.
Size: Daniffs are large dogs that will weigh over 100 pounds when fully grown.
Companionship: Daniffs are great bigg lap dogs. They are very loyal and show unconditional love toward their owners.
Ears: Daniffs have big floppy ears.
Forequarters: Daniffs are bigger in the chest than most Great Danes. Their forequarters are lanky with pronounced musculature.`
Hindquarters: Daniffs have larger hindquarters than most Danes with great definition in the hips and legs.
Gait: Daniffs have a wonderful loping gait.
Feet: Daniffs have very large feet.
Color: Daniffs can be red fawn coat with a black muzzle.
Coat: Daniffs have a soft and shiny coat.
Life Expectancy: Daniffs have a life expectancy of 8-10 years.
Allergies: The Daniff has no known allergies.
Health: Like the Great Dane, Daniffs may be prone to bloat so it is important to watch out for it.
Skin Health: The Daniff can have very thin and delicate skin. They scratch easily and bleed quite a bit for what seem to be minor wounds.
Eye Health: There are no known eye health issues associated with the Daniff.
Dental Health: Daniffs don't have any known dental health issues. Like with all dogs their teeeth should be brushed a couple times a week and given dental health treets.
Bone Health: Daniffs have strong bones and know known issues thus far.
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