The humorous and fascinating thing about dogs is how easy it is for them to distract, such as another toy, a sudden horrifying sound, or something funny like your own tail. Anyway, it’s another animal that can really get the dog’s attention. Our dog companions are usually energetic, caring and enthusiastic about making new friends.
When it comes to important dog behavior, it can’t be much better than the Great Dane. These giant dogs were originally bred to hunt bears, pigs and deer for their owners. In the English-speaking world, formerly known as the German wild boar, by the late 19th century, tribes around the world made a difference in nationality.
The tallest Great Dane in history was a giant named Zeus, 44 inches high-and it was just his shoulder height! When he stood on his hind legs, he stretched an astonishing 7 feet 5 inches. Great Dane looks scary, but it is very sensitive and coexists well with individuals and various creatures. In the video posted below, you can see a couple of Great Dane occupied by several “Freezedale” horses.
Friesian is a hybrid of Friesian horses in North Holland and Clydesdale in Scotland. Both breeds are huge draft horses, but the Frisians are horribly dexterous and supple for horses that need to pull heavy loads or do overwhelming homework. Here, big horses enjoy the opportunity to splash around in the water on a hot summer day.
Great Dane does not get enough of this sight: these graceful giants are relaxing underwater. Dogs are fascinated by horses and fly around like crazy, obviously wanting to make friends, but they don’t even know how close they want to be to such a big playmate. After all, one of the dogs can’t resist jumping into the water and catching up with one of the horses, an interesting “what are you trying to do?”