Huge rewards await the owner who finds the perfect Daniff, a giant crossbreed between a Great Dane and a Mastiff. Adults weigh in around 115 – 130 pounds, putting this canine at the top of the list for large dogs, which is no surprise given the world record for dog height is held by a Great Dane and weight is held by an English Mastiff. Though large, this designer breed still requires regular exercise and enjoys training for activities such as herding, racing and sighting. A loyal, non-shedding dog, the Daniff is noted for being friendly with children and serving distinguishingly as a watchdog for its family.
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If you can't find the right Daniff Rescue that you’re searching for in your state, check below the listings for links to other Rescues in nearby states who may have exactly what you are looking for.
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Daniff Rescues in the USA
|Dane Haven, Inc.||Prescott Valley||AZ||(602) 388-4370|||
|Pennsylvania Great Dane Rescue||Baden||PA||(724) 869-9185|||
|Save A Dane||Houston||TX|||
|Southwest Great Dane Rescue, Inc.||Bradenton||FL||(800) 435-7352|||
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