Great Dane Pouts Until Mom Remembers To Give Him A Morning Hug
Kernel’s mom was rushing in the morning and forgot to give him a hug. This was unacceptable.
Do Great Danes like hugs?
While every dog is different and will have its own preferences, Great Danes are generally good-natured creatures that enjoy being close to their humans. This means that they often don’t mind being hugged, as long as it’s done in a gentle way. However, it’s always a good idea to ask your dog before you hugged it, just to be sure that it’s comfortable with the physical contact. If your Great Dane seems uncomfortable or resistant to being hugged, then it’s probably best to respect its wishes and not force the issue. After all, a hug should be something that’s shared between two willing participants!
While they may be best known for their size, Great Danes are actually very gentle giant breeds. They are patient with children and other animals, and they make great companions. Although they can be stubborn at times, they are also very intelligent and responsive to training. With their calm temperament and loving nature, Great Danes make wonderful family pets. They enjoy being close to their owners and will often follow them around the house. When you sit down, your Great Dane will likely want to join you, and they will happily rest their head in your lap or lean against you for a cuddle. Thanks to their size, Great Danes is not a breed for everyone. But for those who can provide them with the care and space they need, they will be rewarded with a loyal and affectionate friend.