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Goliath

Goliath is our third Great Dane by that name. He is a two years old harlequin, very large (fitting of his name, of course) with cropped ears. He has lived with young children, though he knocked them down occasionally and would be punished by being put outside. He likes everybody and wants to play like a puppy. He seems to be ok with other dogs. He will need some obedience work but is smart, willing and wants to please. He was given up because he got too big and knocked the children down.

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Goliath is really only moderately active for a two-year old, but because of his size he appears to be much more active than he really is! He is quiet in his crate but is very playful when loose in the house..... he will chase a ball or a rope dragged on the floor, and can catch pretty well. Retrieving is another matter, but we are working on that! He gets along well with our two female dogs although his size can be intimidating even to another Dane. HE WILL CHASE CATS and so we recommend a home WITHOUT cats, toy breed dogs or other small animals. Serious care and consideration would have to be made before placing him in a home with very small children due to his size, strength, energy level and the fact that he likes to chase things. Probably he would do best in a home without small children. He is a very friendly dog who is becoming much more affectionate as he gets to know us - he will be a playful and loving companion for a home prepared to handle such a big, strong dog!

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