Great Danes of South Jersey

Mantua, New Jersey, 856-464-6864

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Champion female Great Dane

Zena Female, Mantua, NJ 856-464-6864

Great Dane Stud
Tom Cramer's male Great Dane, Quinton NJ 856-430-0052
Tom Cramer's Great Dane, always available for stud services.

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Zeus the 2nd, 175 pounds, passed away.

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Zeus the Great, 185 pounds, passed away.


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Zeus the 2nd, 160 pounds, Passed Away

Female Great Dane  Mertle

Zena at four months old, she has some Euro.

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Zena's birthday even though she wasn't a year old yet when picture taken.
We just love our Danes. She is now almost two years old, September 2013, and 130 pounds.
Petsmart Vet takes care of our Dane's need.

Female Dane claiming her boss

Zena at one years old. Pretty fast growth requires lots of protien and calcium in their diet. Otherwise, you
end up with hip problems, weak legs that break easily and other ills.

Great Dane Queen of the House

Great Dane up close

Zena at 165Lbs
Contrary to what many large dog owners claim, Females average 165-175Lbs
Males can get up 180-190Lbs - these are show dog weights. If your Dane is thin
you may be not feeding it enough. Lots of chicken in their food makes for larger
muscle structure due to the high protein. Thin Danes is do to too much cereals. .

Great Dane enjoying the snow

2014 Snow, some of the worst season in years.

Female Dane

She has the run of five acres, very muscular and healthy. Pedigreed as always.

Great Dane India

Gaurav Sharma from Ranchi, Jharkhand, India

Great Dane India

Gaurav Sharma from Ranchi, Jharkhand, India. Very nice looking Danes
Contact them for breeding or puppies in India

Great Dane India

Gaurav Sharma from Ranchi, Jharkhand, India

Great Dane India

Gaurav Sharma from Ranchi, Jharkhand, India

Contact us if you would like to enter your South Jersey Dane for free. 856-464-6864

Mantua, NJ 08051



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We do not list any Great Danes from puppy mills such as those from the Amish Farmers,

which often use families from low income areas to breed their puppies. I know of some

South Jersey Great Dane breeders that are keeping their puppies under filthy conditions outdoors

in the cold.

Ours are raised in the house with us as a whole family. Before purchasing, ask to see where

the puppies are kept.

Caring for Great Danes

Avoid feeding using a plastic yellow or green bowl. Danes have sensitive mouths and these types of colored plastic can cause their lips to swell from the chemicals these colored plastics give off. We lay tree branches around the house for them to teeth on during their first couple of years. Elevate their feeding bowls.
Females not fixed are near impossible to control from breeding with any other male dog they meet. Therefore, I recommend a minimum of a five-foot high fence. The bottom to be reinforced using chicken fencing three feet high bent into the letter "L". This will keep her from digging under the fence to get out. Attach it using plastic wire ties. After the first year, females and males will calm down greatly.
Avoid crating your Great Dane as I have seen a Dane that was crated only to end up walking crooked from not being able to stand erect.
All chicken bones can be fed to your Great Dane, except for the hard leg bone, which they may swallow completely causing bloat. In the past chicken bones did cause a lot of problem, which was attributed to chickens that were raised for several years. Older chicken develop hard brittle bones that break into sharp edges. Today, chicken are slaughtered after three months of growth when bones are still soft. Be careful with Turkey bones.
We purchase many chicken backbones, which are soft bones that provide our Danes with great bone structure and we never had any of the hip problems. We pressure cook them, break in half, and freeze for treats. The chicken fat and broth we save to add to their dry dog food. Dogs like it more dry than too liquid for the crunchy taste verses the mushy taste.
Once when we thought our Dane was choking on one of those cow rib bones that you can buy. My wife pushed her hand down its throat up to her elbow, and the dog did not even flinch. She did not find anything, but the dog kept trying to get something out of its mouth. As it turned its head, I noticed a two-inch piece of the rib bone was stuck to her upper jaw. I was able to reach in, and pulled it free, and tossing it in the trash.
For ear cleaning, we find it easier to wet one of the cloth wipe's verses trying to squirt fluid in their ears. For fleas and ticks I find any of the outdoor tick and mosquitoes sprays works just as good as the commercial dog products. If you read the ingredients, they are identical. Simply spray just behind their head and the upper rump areas. If you like feeding dog bones with the marrow inside, what we do is boil them first, then after the dog is done with it, stuff if with canned dog food and freeze. Cottage cheese and others are good calcium sources.
With so many types of parasites and viruses out there in the meat products, it is always best to cook the meats before giving them to your dog. I know of a breeder that believes in giving his dogs' raw meat, however, I believe he is playing a game of chance. Our Danes when given anything raw would not touch it and preferred cooked instead. Keep them safe.
Danes or any large dog can get stomach bloat from running after a big meal. They can also get bloat if they swallow large leather bones and such. To avoid this happening, I use a tree lopper scissors to cut the rawhide into smaller pieces.
One of our Danes that did get bloat from swallowing a large raw hide was saved in time by our vet. The vet claimed that they had also tacked its stomach to avoid this occurring again in the future. Two months later, it happened again. Our Dane got used to chewing on things like bottle caps and such to get us to give it a treat. It was a bad lesson she had learned, and like most of us, we tend to give in. When I tried to get it out of her mouth, she swallowed it. Initially, I thought that if we left her alone she would spit it back out, but she didn't. Anyway, this time the vet claimed that he could not save the dog since it had been too long before we could get it to the vet. Later the next day, when I went to pick up my expired Dane to bury it on my farm, I was met by a couple of young vets. I asked about the tacking and they both looked at me and said that they did not notice any tacking was done. So next time, you all know to ask for photos of the surgery as proof. I paid $1400 for a tacking job that was never done. I did not pursue it further as we were devastated. All our puppies are welcomed to come back home if for any reason you cannot take care of them.