How tall are Great Danes?

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The average height of a Great Dane is 28 to 32 inches from the paws to the shoulders. They can, however, grow to be much larger as seen in Zeus, the Guinness World Record holder for the title of world's largest dog — measuring 44 inches tall — which is the approximate size of a donkey.

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Even though the Great Dane is a loveable breed and a great family dog, its massive size offers instant protection because most people are not aware they are truly gentle giants. Great Danes have a calm nature that allows this large breed to live in apartments as they only require one 10- to 20-minute walk each day.

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