Adoptable GDRNC Danes
GDRNC strives to place Danes in homes that match personalities and living situations with the needs and personality of the Dane. Please take a look at our available Danes and if you find one that you might like to meet, send your "bio" to email@example.com unless otherwise instructed.
Check out www.jackieconlin.com Jackie has been a foster home and volunteer with our group and just launched her own personal shopping service website. Go to her site and see her home page photo. (could there be a Dane lurking there??) Don't forget to like her on Facebook if you can. We love to be able to help fellow Great Dane people.
***The adoption fee is $350***
Great Danes Waiting For New Homes
Oliver is an amazing boy. Vet estimates he is 3 years or under. Neutered, made current on vaccinations and given a clean bill of health by our veterinarian. He has a superlative temperament, very social and easy going. Wonderful meeting new people. He was in foster care for a week and was great with the family's one and six year old children. Housebroken too. Good with other dogs, curious about cats, but not aggressive. Substantial boy He was found by a nice couple as a stray and after they exhausted their avenues to find his owner, turned Oliver over to us. He would do well in just about any home. If interested in Oliver, email your bio to firstname.lastname@example.org
More photos available http://dougpetersonphotography.zenfolio.com/p494847653
Tasha just turned five years old and is a small, but very pretty and sweet Harlequin girl. Spayed, current on vaccinations and microchipped. She was taken away from her owner for neglect and after spending 10 days at the shelter, came to us. Very thin, dirty, with scratch marks on her face. We are not adopting her out now, as we need to fatten her up. Good with other dogs. We are trying to contact her former owner to find out more info on her. But what we see is a very nice, not an aggressive bone in her body, lovely girl. Photos to follow when she is ready to make her debut
Tasha Update: She is doing very well in foster care. Foster care mom reports Tasha is housebroken, very good in busy situations (daughter had a party and Tasha was fine with the commotion), walks very calmly on a leash. Has come down with a mild case of kennel cough, so she is on antibiotics for a week or so. She is eating everything she is given, and we hope to see a weight gain soon We were able to find out from her previous owner that she was raised with children (7 years old) and lived with other dogs. Watch for Tasha to be available for adoption!