In Australia, we hear a lot about the dangers of the security situation in Port Moresby. The key to living in and travelling around the Port Moresby is to use common sense in not putting yourself in a situation that could be dangerous. As can occur in many large cities, there is a crime problem in Port Moresby. One of the main reasons for this is that a large number of people have moved from the rural areas to Port Moresby looking for work, and with high unemployment levels and a high level of poverty, this can lead to crime and other problems. As a result it pays to be careful and to always travel with others, and make an effort to find out from local contacts about where it is safe to go.
Known as the “Apollo of all Breeds,” a Great Dane can certainly turn heads. They look like small horses and many a kid has imagined riding on this giant dog’s back. But despite their imposing presence, Great Danes are truly “gentle giants.” The fact that it carries its great size with such dignity made it popular with European noblemen of past centuries as a companion, manor guard, and hunting dog capable of taking out wild boar. Then, as now, Great Danes are dependable, spirited, and not prone to excitability. Care While they may look like a small horse, they actually don’t need to be exercised like one. Their exercise needs are moderate and can met with a nice walk or play in the park. They will of course need more food than smaller dogs and large indoor spaces (it is not suited for living outdoors) to accompany its size and allow it to spread out when sleeping. The coat requires little care. Working Obedience/Intelligence: 48 Lifespan: 7-10 Stats Energy level: Exercise requirements: Playfulness: Affection level: Friendliness towards other dogs: Friendliness toward other pets: Friendliness toward strangers: Ease of training: Watchdog ability: Protection ability: Grooming requirements: Heat tolerance: Cold tolerance: <–nextpage–>