www.bighoneydog.com / Honey & Lemon shared the same birthday – they came into our lives together, grew up together, played together, shared adventures together – and should have grown old together…but we lost Lemon to a mystery infection while she was staying in a cattery, in Jan 2009. She was only 5yrs old. For such a tiny cat, she has left a huge hole in our hearts – and an empty space by Honey’s side. She was the night to Honey’s day, the spice to Honey’s sweetness, the devil minx to Honey’s angel goodness – and she was a cat in a million.
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I know that its common for white great danes to be deaf and/or blind but I really want to find a all white one. Gender doesn’t matter, I just want to know the odds of finding a completely white great dane? No black, grey, or anything, just all white. Thank you for your help(:
Not hig and never from a reputable source. There is no genetic basis for "solid white" in the breed apart from the almost-completely-white of a usually blind-and-deaf and always ill-bred double-merle or double-harlequin color.
Your best bet (and only ethical choice) will be to search for one in rescue. You might also consider other large breeds that are *supposed* to come in that color like the Great Pyrenees, Kuvasz, Komondor, Anatolian Shepherd Dog, or Dogo Argentino, or a mongrel of Great Dane and other breed in that color. Here are several: http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/24812190 and http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/24876929 and http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/25562136 and http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/25700390