Every day, this adorable Great Dane greets his mom in the most entertaining manner

There’s nothing wrong with a loud greeting.

When you go home from work or school, the sound of boisterous children and dogs greeting you is usually enjoyable.

Isn’t it preferable to the repetitive noises of labor and traffic?


Source: YouTube – Ray Scott

Take a look at this person’s Great Dane. It’s a really noisy welcome home, and it’s difficult to discern that it’s a welcoming gesture. You’ll understand what I mean.

Ray Scott shot the scene. “This is how my Great Dane welcomes me every day.”

We hear what sounds like pebbles and gravel being mashed up in a mixer as Mom goes through the front door.


Source: YouTube – Ray Scott

Take a look at this person’s Great Dane. It’s a really noisy welcome home, and it’s difficult to discern that it’s a welcoming gesture. You’ll understand what I mean.

Ray Scott shot the scene. “This is how my Great Dane welcomes me every day.”

We hear what sounds like pebbles and gravel being mashed up in a mixer as Mom goes through the front door.


Source: YouTube – Ray Scott

Apparently, given the size of Great Danes, this produces a lot of noise.

It’s a loud “THUMP,” and he’s not going to stop.


Source: YouTube – Ray Scott

It should go without saying, but it’s rather frightening to see.

Great Danes are massive dogs, and one creating such a commotion may terrify the wrong person. Their heads alone are enormous, and I don’t believe the rumbling noise he’s producing is appealing to everyone.

For good reason, Dogtime defines the Great Dane’s bark as a “power bark.” With that super-low pitch and high volume, it sounds more like a 66-million-year-old predator breaking out of a pasture.


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But I don’t believe Great Danes want to eat cowardly attorneys.

If you believed it was over, it is not. For a little while longer, the rumbling and banging continue.


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Though you may wonder, I have no idea why the dog is acting this way.

Is he insane? Is he content? disappointed? I have no idea.

I’m still scratching my mind when he puts himself on the ground for a little longer before resuming his “Grrhghgh.”


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Great Danes are typically calm and friendly canines. They are guardians, but not very ag.g.r.essive. “Non-ag.g.r.e.ssive” may not necessarily imply “harmless.”

They may hurt or shatter anything just by flinging their weight around, about 200 pounds and over 30 inches tall at the shoulder.

You can immediately see how much this Great Dane could do with his size.

If left alone, this one might easily smash a coffee table or a television because of the loud “thump” he produces while hopping.


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If you want to obtain a Great Dane, you should prioritize obedience training programs. If you don’t want to be thrown about and have your chairs smashed over by this enormous dog,

Watch as this “wonderful” Great Dane greets his owner down below!