Best Dane Doodle Guide!

Like every other combination of breeds, Great Dane Doodles are sets of fascinating and spectacular mixes of Poodles and Great Danes!

If you’re planning to bring home a Dane Doodle as a companion or you’re still deciding, this guide will help you with everything you need to you about the breed.

To better understand the Dane Doodle breed, we need to understand its parent breeds. We’ll get started with the Poodle breed before moving to the Great Dane.

What Do Dane Doodles Look Like?

Poodles are special and unique because there are countless combinations of mixed breeds that have their root from them. Poodles generally have curly, dense, and harsh coats that can be corded or clipped.


They are large and square-bodied dogs with short and smooth coats, with the females somewhat larger than the males. Their short, smooth coats come in diverse colors like fawn, brindle, merle, mantle, blue, black, harlequin, etc.

Great Dane

Breed: Dane Doodle Temperament: Intelligent, Affectionate, LoyalTypical Standard Height (Approx.): 28 to 30 inches Life Expectancy: 8 to 13 years

Characteristics of a Dane Doodle

Hybrids quickly inherit any underlying health challenges that are common to the parent breeds. It’s highly recommended to get your companion from a trusted breeder with a strong reputation.

Health Concerns

It’s important how you raise and care for your Dane Doodle puppy. As we care for our children and babies, our pets cannot be ignored and live a life full of neglect.


Trimming of the Dane Doodle’s coat that takes after the Poodle is necessary to prevent any tangles and mats. It’s recommended to bathe your companion once in a while to keep it bright and clean.


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