How much does a blue harlequin Great Dane cost?
If you purchase a Dane from a breeder, expect to pay between $1800 and $3000 depending on whether a companion or show dog.
Are blue Great Danes rare?
Blue Great Danes are not overly rare, although they are among the rarest accepted colors. Some patterns, such as blue harlequin, are considered rare, but blue as a color can be found in many Great Danes. Still, they are far from common dogs, and they might not be as usual sight as some other coat colors, such as black.
What color Great Dane is the rarest?
What Is the Rarest Great Dane Color? White is the rarest Great Dane Color. When Dane puppies possess two Merle Genes, they are usually completely white in color.
Is there a blue harlequin Great Dane?
The blue harlequin Great Dane holds an appearance of a Great Dane with a white base coat color covered with blue patches. The blue markings or patches are steel blue, which is the main difference between a pure harlequin Great Dane’s markings which are black in color.
Are silver Merle Great Danes rare?
Breeding of any color Dane that has been color crossed can produced a variety of merle colors. TIP: Important! None of these colors are “rare” and YOU should not pay extra for a merle. Some unscrupulous breeders intentionally produce merles to “cash in” on the uneducated Dane buyer!
How long do blue Great Danes live?
Great Danes live between 8-to-10 years, with some living only 6 or 7 years, and a lucky few reaching the ripe old age of 12. Compared to small dogs, which can live almost twice as long, this hardly seems fair. It also poses an interesting paradox.
Do blue Great Danes have skin problems?
There’s talk that blue Great Danes are prone to skin problems. I’ve seen this frequently in blue Dobermans and yes, many Danes have sensitive skin and shedding problems. Mild skin annoyances however are not uncommon for a Great Dane or in my opinion, solely related to blue coat color in Danes.