53 Responses to Labradane

  1. Glenith Gray says:

    My husband bought what was supposed to be a 8 week old border collie pup. He is now 18 weeks old and already weighs in at 25+lbs. I always joke with my husband that someone slipped him a Dane puppy. Then I saw the picture of the lab/Dane mix and they are my dog. Every little detail is the same. So much for a medium size dog…but I would not trade him. He has the best disposition.

  2. Larry Brubaker says:

    I have labradane puppies born dec.7 .I have 6 black and one brindle.Mom is black lab and Dad is fawn dane both are Akc registered and are our family dogs.email me lajanholsteins@gmail.com

  3. Brittany M. says:

    Does anyone have any labradanes available in the midwest were looking for a female companion for our 2yo Male labradane

    • Stacey says:

      I just took in a female she was running up and down my street so I took her in I looked up the Labradane and that’s what she looks like

    • James Barkley says:

      I’m writing to you because this website doesn’t have a contact point and I am looking for a Labradane puppy to replace a wonderful old dog who just passed. Do you have a URL or email I can contact where I could find one? Thanks in advance.

  4. Linda King says:

    Hi were can l buy a labradane puppies from .l live on the lsle of wight .l can travel

  5. Caitlyn says:

    Hello
    We live on the east coast and have fallen in love with this breed of dog and are looking to get one for our family…. Can anyone put me in the right direction to find a breeder? Thank you in advance for any help.

  6. Jessica says:

    They were born February 2nd so 8 weeks out from that.

  7. Harley Branning says:

    We have a 3 yr old blonde, yes blonde, male labradane. From what I’ve seen they are very uncommon. He came from a friend whose female brindle Great Dane and his neighbours yellow Labrador decided to start a family. He’s the only blonde one of the litter. Does anyone else here have any experience with blonde labradanes?

  8. Benjamin g. says:

    Hi,im ISO i labradane puppy,they are the most lovable dogs out there and would like to know if anyone can help me find one!!thank you

    • Jessica Warren says:

      We have a litter just born today! 6 and still counting. Located in Western NC.

      • Sheila Smith says:

        I wish I had seen your ad sooner. I just came back from North Carolina and I’m looking for a lab great Dane mix. When will they be ready for their new homes?

      • AC says:

        Are they still available? Do you have pictures? We live in Winston Salem, NC.

        • Jessica says:

          Hey, they are still available. We’ve had a lot of interest but no commitments yet. 7 puppies all together and I would be happy to send you pics.

      • kelly l northcutt says:

        Do you know of any Labradane breeders in Texas?
        thanks
        Kelly

      • Deanna M Jaroszeski says:

        Hello,

        I’m contacting you in reference to purchasing a Labradane puppy. I am in a wheelchair and the combination breed is easy to train and work with. We had one for several years and our daughter took him with her when she moved out west, so we know what we are getting into in regards to size and energy level. I would like to get one for my husband as an anniversary gift in the beginning of June 2019. I’m not sure what you do to start the process. Please get back to me with a price and whatever else I need to do.

        Thank you
        Deanna Jaroszeski

  9. barrir says:

    Any help on housetraining our 8 month Labradane

  10. Jennifer says:

    I have a female Harlequin Great Dane expecting pups from a chocolate Labrador on October 1st. Both are ours, both full blooded.

    • Tashna Ashmore says:

      I am interested. Where are you located? I am in SC.

      • Jennifer says:

        I am near Kansas City. The puppies arrived on 9/30/17. 4 blacks, 3 blue merle, 2 harlequins. 5 males, 4 females. I currently just have the male harlequin and 3 black males unspoken for. They will be ready for homes the week of Thanksgiving. If you are truly interested, I could meet somewhere in the middle.

        • Patricia McCullough says:

          I have a labradane dog his name is Max he’s five years old and we are looking for a small puppy to raise with Max he is a service dog I am truly interested in this I live in Snyder Texas but I have family Emporia Kansas and I will be up the week of December 16th could you please send me a picture of the puppies if you still have them thank you so much

          • Jennifer says:

            Max sounds like a wonderful companion for a puppy. It’s bittersweet to report they are currently all spoken for. Thank you for your interest.

    • meredith herz says:

      Hi, do you still habe puppies available? We had a great dane lab mix when I was little and my mom wants a puppy. No more than 15 weeks

    • Jessica says:

      May I ask what you charged for your puppies? We’ve just had our first litter and I’m a little unsure what’s a fair price. Thanks!

  11. Sarafina says:

    We adopted a 9 week old puppy in April, the vet said purebred Labrador Retriever but at under 5 months old, he’s already 50 lbs and SUPER tall, everyone says he’s just “leggy” but I’m starting to look at labradane pictures and he looks a LOT like many of them. Only time will tell as he continues to grow but he has most of the crazy lab energy so far and not much of the docile Great Dane so we will just have to wait and see.

    • Jana jones says:

      I was told I had purchased a Labrador mixed mountain curr then ran into a man who said I had a beautiful labradane didn’t know what he was talking about until I looked up pictures and about fell off of my chair looked exactly like my dog be prepared for high-energy mine is almost 2 and just now calming down walk him a lot best dog I’ve ever had extremely smart and lovable just put away any breakables the tail is like a weapon. Learn how to buy dog food in bulk mine eats 6 cups of dry a day plus a can always acts like he’s starving

  12. Thierry sarasyn says:

    Hi our labradane died recently. We got him from a shelter so we don’t know how to find a new one. Can anyone help us out? Doesn’t matter in which country.

  13. Nicole says:

    Hello
    I just got a labradane called Sonic.he is brown with black here and there. Also has one blue eye. He is a male and is 6wks old. I want him to be the best well trained dog as can be. My 6 year old son is the responsible one hehe. Can you send e a guide stating when and what to feed him and some training skills as well. Maybe a week to week guide. Also how much he should weigh ect.

    • cynthia ebert says:

      I can only recommend Cesaer Milan’s book for “raising the best puppy ever” or something like that. We had a Lab/Great Dane mix when the mix was simply a mistake. There was no design in it except on the dogs’ parts. She was the BEST of all dogs. More gracile than a Labrador but not near how tall a Great Dane is. We always thought that the Great Dane took that Lab-crazy right out of the pup. She was never jumpy. She will be easy to train. They are great. She wasn’t much of a watchdog. She loved everybody. My husband called her a ‘black lab-shedder mix’. She did shed a lot. Everyone has their favorite choices of foods. Look into some premium brands in the pet stores. Try and eliminate grains. The paleo diets and the ones which try and keep closest to their pure wild diet seem so much better. I found one food I could not afford: Acana Pacifica Dog Food. There’s something wonderful about that food for the animals. I don’t have dogs anymore, only a couple of broken cats (we’re all broken or disabled in my house). I can tell a lot about the pet by its fur. I was amazed that within 24 hours of eating Acana, their fur turned to silk. I’m not kidding. I have BARF’ed our dog too. That is Biologically Appropriate Raw Food. Some people don’t believe it’s good, worried about e-coli and such. But in the wild, dogs eat all kinds of carion that’s already putrefying. Raw bones are soft and not brittle. Only in cooking do they get brittle. You can check that out too. Half the fun is in the investigation. You will eventually find a good food for your dog. I caution against what you find on the shelves in the grocery stores. So many dogs have hair/skin problems and digestive problems, and grocery store shelf foods are not as nutritionally sound as others in the Pet Stores – or others healthy diets you might investigate and find even better. Bil-Jac was one of the first “good” nutritional foods for dogs. Way – way back in the day when I had a Great Dane, she ate Bil-Jac. She thrived on it.

      God bless you and your new family dog! Your son will love him.

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