Gigantic Great Dane and Tiny Chinese Crested Mix Prove Dogs of All Sizes Can Be Besties

There's something so precious about watching two dogs play together, and when one just happens to be the largest breed of dog, in the form of a Great Dane, and the other is a tiny Hairless Crested dog, well, you just can't get much cuter.

Just watch the following to see these two dog siblings in action.

This adorable video was posted by the TikTok account for @Pete.and.dexter and people have fallen in love with these two sweethearts. One person said, "Great Dane = gentle giant! My experience is little dogs are more feisty. This is awesome." Another added, "Thanks for this feel good video....we could all use more love in this world." Agreed!

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Someone else responded, "What a wonderful video of one of the largest and the smallest breeds and yet they get along and love each other. You’re very lucky."

If you need more cuteness, here's another video of these two.

Cutest game of tug-of-war ever! Dogs are social creatures and love spending time with other dogs, so if you are thinking of adding to your dog family, here are some things to consider.

Some Things To Think About Before Adopting a Second Dog

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Two dogs can be better than one!


Adopting a dog, especially a dog that has spent weeks or months in a shelter, if an absolutely wonderful thing to do. But there are many important factors to take into consideration before you add a fur baby to your family, and they can include things like how much time do you have to spend with a dog? Do you work long hours? If you are gone most of the day it may be a good idea to adopt an older dog instead of a puppy who needs frequent attention and bathroom breaks.

Where you live. A larger dog may need a yard or close access to a park so they can have room to run, where a smaller dog may be better suited to apartment living.

What grooming requirements a dog has. Are you willing to shell out money for monthly grooming appointments or do you want a shorter hair breed dog who can do with the occasional bath?

Do you want a more playful dog, a dog that follows commands well, or a lazy dog? The AKC is such a wonderful resource for information on so many different dog breeds. You can also ask shelter volunteers what they would suggest for the best type of dog for your family. We are sure they'd love to match you with your forever friend. If you are interested in donating, volunteering, or adopting your own cat or dog, please check with your local animal rescue, breed specific rescue, or Humane Society.

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