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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What payment methods do you accept?
We accept personal checks for the security deposit only, bank certified checks, money orders, and cash.

 Do you follow any privacy policy?
Yes. We respect your privacy, and that very much includes your personal details.

What is the recommended house temperature for a puppy at night?
The general thumb rule is that what’s comfortable for you is comfortable for the puppy.

Why should I buy my dog from you?
We’ve been providing quality Great Danes with solid health guarantees to all our valued customers for more than 5 years. And if you have any problems or questions, we’re always available. To get a better idea, read our customers’ Testimonials or speak to some of our customers.

Where do your puppies come from?
Our puppies come from our own stock of pedigree stud dogs and bitches, as well as those handpicked by us.

What if I live in another state and want a puppy from you guys?
We will gladly work with you and provide document services to ensure that all the necessary shots and certificates are in accordance with your state’s standards.

Do all your puppies receive their shots?
All our puppies are fully up to date with all the necessary vaccinations.

Are all your puppies registered?
Yes, all our puppies are registered with AKC and come with all papers.

Should we leave a light on at night for our puppy?
You could leave a light on if it doesn’t prevent the puppy from falling asleep. However, if your puppy doesn’t go to sleep or starts crying, turn off the lights.

What should we do if the puppy cries at night?
Try playing with your puppy just before bedtime. This will tire the puppy and ensure a good night’s sleep. If the puppy starts crying when you leave him/her, it’s a good idea to leave him/her alone for a while (15-20 minutes). If the crying stretches beyond 15-20 minutes, your puppy needs a little comfort and company. Try playing with your puppy for a while until he/she is tired. If your puppy starts crying in the middle of the night, he/she probably needs to go potty.

Can I give snacks to my puppy?
No, you should not give any snacks to your puppy until he/she is 10 weeks old.

How often should I take my puppy out?
To begin with, you should take your puppy out as often as you can. Give your puppy enough opportunities to relieve himself/herself outside the house. Most puppies need to relieve themselves every hour or so during day time, and every three hours or so at night. For an 8-week-old puppy, one time in the middle of the night should be enough.

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Royalty Great Danes. 960 College Drive, Arnold, MD 21012
Phone: (410) 570 6281. Email: royaltygreatdanes@verizon.net

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