Adopt UPDATED 17/7/2017
Buzz is a sensitive, 3.5 year old castrated fawnequin, (mis-
For an informal chat or to arrange to meet one of the dogs, please get in touch with us 01267 290 317 or get in touch through our Contact page.
In the event of you adopting a Dane, we will ask you to fill in & sign a form. This can be downloaded HERE so that you can read through it in advance. If you are bringing us a Dane, there is also some paperwork to complete. This can be downloaded HERE. Please contact us first, to ensure that we have sufficient kennel space.
Elsa says “Although I have been very lucky and have found my new forever home, please remember that Great Dane Care has more dogs coming in to be re-
Lola is an 18 month old, lively fawn, spayed, Great Dane bitch she is going through the teenage stage so needs a sympathetic, experienced home She has had limited experience with other dogs, not lived with children or cats. She has enjoyed a walk along our quiet country lanes. She would do well in that experienced Great Dane home with time and patience to continue training and enjoy her youthful exuberance. A loving nature improving all the time
Oscar is a 7 year old fawn dog with a lively friendly character. His companion is Miley a 6 year old fawn loving spayed bitch and, ideally, they are a pair that would be best in a country/rural home. They are used to children from babies upwards, cats , horses, cattle and chickens. They are very good on a lead with a good recall when loose in our field, a fit pair. They were handed in due to downsizing of the home, increased work commitment and lack of exercise time. We would like to keep them together. A splendid addition to any rural household
Daisy is a 19 month old shy spayed blue bitch with a a loving nature , She has been brought up with her sister Alice and 2 brothers in an urban area with limited socialisation. She is best with an adult or with quiet teenagers in a family with experience of Giant breeds. She is coming along well with her lead training and appreciates the company of a calm dog, she is gaining condition steadily.
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