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At Great Danes4U, (a Great Dane Puppy Breeder in the Springfield, Missouri - Marshfield, Missouri 65706 has Quality Great Dane Puppies for Sale.  Your Great Dane puppy could be a Fawn Great Dane puppy or a Brindle Great Dane puppy or a Black Great Dane puppy.  Most of our Fawn & Brindle Great Dane stock is +5-Generation Color-Pure AKC Registered.  All are Micro chipped plus all are DNA Profiled.  Most of our stock are OFA Certified, (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals),  if age appropriate.
AKC Great Dane Puppies go micro-chipped, 2 applications of Bordettela vaccine to prevent Kennel Cough, 2 Parvo shots, (or more),  at least 1 Vet check, plus a variety of wormers.  Most go home close to Housebroke!

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GreatDanes4U uses this site to promote Healthy, Trained, Socialized Multi-Generation Color-Pure FAWN and BRINDLE AKC Great Dane Puppies.  Many Great Dane puppies are Breeding Quality and Show Potential pups are available as well.  While occasionally Black and rarely Blue Great Dane puppies are also available.  Stud service also available.

2017 Litter #2:
DOB: 18 Nov. 2017
Fawn &Brindle

Available 13 Jan 2018

These are actually 6 week old puppies from a previous litter.  When pups are at least 1 week I'll try to get some basic images.  By 3 weeks after their eyes are open, I'll have detailed individual photos.  There are 5 AKC Great Dane puppies.  3 are Brindle, (1 Male),  2 are Fawn with 1 male.

Available 13 Jan 2018
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Sarcoptic Mites and Mange

SARCOPTIC MITES and DEMODEX MITES are often referred to as MANGE. The word mangy describes a ragged and uneven hair coat and damaged skin that results from mites affecting the skin and hair follicles. Mange is responsible for many annoying and persistent problems in veterinary dermatology. Demodex mites in general are less troublesome than Sarcoptic mites, cause less itching and self-mutilation, and are not seen in adult dogs as often as Sarcoptic mites. The mite known as SCABIES, SARCOPTIC MITES or SARCOPTIC MANGE are highly communicable little bugs that actually dig tiny tunnels into the skin where they cause intense itching, inflammation and hair loss.

Many, many cases of skin itching (called “pruritus”) in dogs and cats have been diagnosed by veterinarians as “Allergic Dermatitis” when in fact the pet had sarcoptic mites. (See the article called ITCH AND SCRATCH). The difficulty lies in the fact that Sarcoptic Mite infestation really does look like an allergic dermatitis because the skin is reacting to an irritant... just like an allergy! The intense itching results in self trauma, hair loss, and dry crusty skin lesions. In some cases the dog or cat can lose large areas of fur and literally be covered with crusts and scabs.

Scabies mites can affect humans, as well. A swift diagnosis of sarcoptic mites is vital to the pet’s health and the well being of the pet’s owner. Generally, in healthy humans who are not immune suppressed, the Scabies Mites do not reproduce very readily and may simply “go away” without medical treatment. If you are in doubt about human cases of Scabies, consult your physician. In over 95% of dogs with Sarcoptic Mite infestation (Scabies) a simple test can suggest that these mites are present. It is called the Pedal-Pinna Reflex Test. Since almost all dogs with Scabies mites will have mites along the ear flap (called the Pinna) margins, as displayed in some of the photos below, the dog will reflexively use a back leg in a scratching motion if the Pinna is scratched gently by a person testing this reflex. Simply take the Pinna between your thumb and forefinger and vigorously scratch the surface of the underside of the Pinna with the forefinger. Dogs with no mites seldom work the back leg in a scratching motion.

Dogs with sarcoptic mites almost always will demonstrate an involuntary scratching motion with the back leg while you are scratching the Pinna. A further unfortunate happenstance with the misdiagnosis is that far too often veterinarians will quickly reach for the cortisone, for example Prednisone, as a way of combating the effects of the “Allergic Dermatitis”. The cortisone is not a cure... it simply lessens the itching and scratching and the dog or cat feels more comfortable. The danger here is that IF the pet really has scabies mites and NOT an allergic dermatitis, the mites welcome the cortisone with open arms... er, ah... I mean legs! And they have eight of ‘em! The cortisone allows the sarcoptic mites to reproduce more rapidly and decreases the dog or cat’s ability to defend against the mites.

The mites have a reproductive festival after cortisone products are administered. And here’s another problem... sarcoptic mites are very elusive. Ordinarily, skin scrapings are utilized to pick up mites from the skin, a few drops of solution is applied to the scraping and the substance is examined under the microscope for the presence of mites. Cheyletiella are easy to find, Demodex are easy to find, ear mites are easy to find... scabies mites seldom are found. Take as many scrapings as you like, even go deep into the skin, and the odds are that you still will not find the scabies mites. This has led many an unwary veterinarian down the road to misdiagnosis. After all, if no mites are found on this itchy, inflamed pet with hair loss and skin sores, it must be an allergic dermatitis, right? Some veterinary schools who accept referrals to their dermatology specialists will not accept a pet for allergy testing until a trial treatment of Ivermectin medication is used first. Then, if the pet is still itching and scratching after a few weeks trial period, they will consider examination the dog or cat for allergy testing and treatment. That’s how common it is for Sarcoptic mites to be mistaken for Allergic Dermatitis... the specialists want mites to be ruled out first before they begin allergy testing.

There is a new product, described below, available to your veterinarian from Pfizer Animal Health that may be an excellent medication for the treatment of Sarcoptic Mites. What is Ivermectin? NOTE: Some veterinarians believe that Ivermectin should NOT be used in Collies, Shelties and other herding breeds. Thoroughly discuss the use of Ivermectin in Collies and Shelties with the veterinarian before using this product in these breeds and consider alternate therapies if there is any uncertainty regarding the safety issue. This amazing chemical has been used for years as a large animal (farm animal) dewormer.

It is also the active ingredient in the famous Heartworm preventative called Heartgard. Scientists and practitioners found out that if used IN THE CORRECT DOSE, Ivermectin, either injected or given orally, can kill sarcoptic mites! This is a fabulous discovery since dogs no longer have to endure chemical dips and sprays to eliminate scabies mites. The Ivermectin, IN THE CORRECT DOSE, can successfully treat dogs for sarcoptic mites.

Now... here’s the downside: Ivermectin is not approved to be used in this manner. So your veterinarian should let you know this prior to getting your permission to utilize Ivermectin therapy in the treatment of scabies in dogs and cats. You can retain some confidence to know that it is in common usage, and has been for a number of years, for the treatment of scabies in pets. It simply has not been tested by the manufacturer and approved by the FDA to be used in this manner. You are on your own, you and your veterinarian, in the decision-making arena regarding whether or not to use it to treat sarcoptic mites.

Your alternative is to use insecticide dips and sprays. Additionally, if the wrong dosage is given, the pet can have a very serious and even fatal reaction to Ivermectin. The correct dose MUST be given and great care taken not to give too much. All pets in contact with an affected animal should be treated since there can be asymptomatic carriers (they have the disorder but aren’t showing any signs of disease) of the sarcoptic mites. Pfizer Animal Health has released a new product called Revolution that is approved for use on dogs for the elimination of Sarcoptic mites. Be sure to ask your veterinarian about this. There are a number of treatments available to eliminate Sarcoptic Mites from dogs and the veterinarian will decide which may be best for each individual case. All dogs with scabies mites need to be on a high quality, meat-based diet... and many will benefit from supplements such as Vitamins and Fatty acids.

See PetFoodDirect.com for home delivery of skin specific supplements and Vitamins... plus an excellent breakdown of many pet diets and their ingredient lists. If your dog is being treated over and over (unsuccessfully) for "allergies" with cortisone products and has never had Sarcoptic Mites actually ruled out as a possible cause of the skin condition, ask your veterinarian about the advisability of a trial treatment for scabies... just in case. Scabies on the elbow of a dog a way to make a presumptive diagnosis of Sarcoptic Mites in a dog By scratching at the edges of the pinna margins (ear flap edges), the doctor is able to elicit a reflex scratching motion... mites are highly likely! Ear margins are common sites for sarcoptic mite infestation Damaged pinna due to long term sarcoptic mite infestation

Quite commonly the ear margins are the most notably affected places the sarcoptic mites choose to damage. The ear tips and edges are very pruritic (itchy), develop crusts, dry out and bleed. Fly bite lesions are often similar but the hallmark of scabies is itchiness. Scabies, though, may affect any area of the skin. Many types of dermatological problems are avoided if the dog or cat is consuming an optimum diet. In some cases, adding a supplement such as DermCaps, a popular Omega Fatty Acid supplement with a number of beneficial ingredients, is the key factor in avoiding repeated episodes of Hot Spots and other skin afflictions. If your dog or cat seems to lack good coat and skin health, consider upgrading the diet to a meat-based ingredient formula and adding a supplement such as DermCaps.

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