As long as a Giant has the exercise and mental stimulation they require, they are happy to go along with variations in day-to-day life. They tend to get on with whatever comes their way, they usually love water, and don’t mind whatever the weather, although black Giants absorb heat much quicker and like to keep cool.
Once a visitor is accepted into the home, they quicky switch from alert barking mode to being quite friendly and affectionate, however, some may be aloof with strangers. Whilst they are adaptable, they do not adapt well to being excluded or isolated, as such they do not like being left on their own for extended periods of time, and wouldn’t be happy left alone in an outside kennel. In order to prevent separation anxiety, as part of puppy socialisation, short periods of alone time is necessary. They also manage to determine quite quickly which family members allow them to can get away with things, and may take advantage. Giants are real characters, and will make you laugh on a daily basis.