No big deal as long as you don't plan to breed him and sell the puppies. He is a cutie, though.
I do like how the VTs are more active than the HMs - Sherman just scoots along like a bride trying to run with a 10' beaded train on her dress, but Anderson looks so elegant swimming about. All my girls are VTs except for Goldi, she was marked as a VT but I think she's a DT because her tail meets her anal fin and the other girls don't. Really, though, with the girls it's hard to tell what tail they are unless they're CT. That means free license to make a fancy tail up.
girls and plakats can be pretty darn zippy too, lol. my new boy is still a bit skittish now and again, and he's behind the heater before I can start apologizing for freaking him out, lol
Sakura- Great Danes are majestic... After they are 2 years old. In the time they aren't they *big breath* eat a lot, pee, poo (a LOT), bark (at nothing, at 3am), shed, drool, bark, claw the paint off the wall, chew up every piece of wood in the house (yes, including door jams), bark, chew up half of the dogs toys, etc...
Uh, that sounds like EVERY dog before 2 yrs. But after 2, they still eat a lot, pee and poo a lot, drool, and bark and probably still chew up most everything. But what I've always loved about dogs is how you can take them places with you, to the park, to a pet store, just for a ride in the car. No can do with cats. I have a cat who chews things. He's chewed up several books and has gnawed off a sizable chunk from my wooden window sill. I'd heard of cats who ate wool but never this before. Believe it or don't but a cat did that. Actually, the crazy cat who will sleep anywhere anytime anyhow, even in flower pots.