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-homed all of the time, and we need your support.”


Adopt                   UPDATED 8/5/19


Nelly is a 6 month old mantle bitch puppy who was kindly taken in, at a young age,  by a  knowledgeable lady from a commercial breeder.

She has lived with a cat and 15 other dogs of all shaped and sizes, is used to young children and a busy rural household. If you have the experience of this breed. the time and patience to go through the later puppy stage, training and  the  difficult adolescence months  than please apply. Nelly  may suit a home with a sensible dog of large or giant breed or can be  an only dog that is rarely left. she will need spaying after her 1st season and not before 12 month old then you can bring her here or decide if you will be able to nurse her through it and get your vet to spay her.

Lilley will be looking for a home shortly after she has been spayed

She is a 3.5 year old fawn bitch with a shy yet loving temperament. She has reared puppies and lived with other dogs but is a bit shy so will appreciate TLC and maybe better on her own or with an older dog. She hasn't lived with cats but is good with people of all ages. she is from an urban area but quite at home in the countryside. Sadly handed in due to a bereavement. If you have the time and patience to bring her on to show her full potential than please apply, you will need some breed experience,  a secure home. and have time for her.  


Bentley is a very large 18 month old harlequin castrated dog. He has lived with a lady who handed him in as her health wasn't good and she couldn't walk him. He had little training or socialization . He is a real challenge but worth the effort.

His ideal home would be rural with land that he can exercise on , must have a breed  experienced responsible family with adults or older teenagers  or a person who can continue to train him and act responsibly . Best as an only dog. if you think you can give him a second chance then please apply.


Poppy is a 3year old heavily marked pretty harlequin bitch . She has a loving nature and is playful.

She  has  lived with Daisy and other bitches and dogs of all ages in a house and is happy with people of all ages. She hasn't had a lot of lead walking but willing to learn. not lived with cats . She was handed in due to bereavement. from a busy town home.

she would like that second chance to have a happy life. If you can offer her another chance please apply.   


Daisy is a bitch that has been bred from several times but now spayed. She is looking older than she is at 2 months short of 6 years old. and her friendship with Poppy has kept her young and playful, she is strong on the lead as she has rarely been asked to be on a lead so will need some more training unless you have land to exercise her on. She is good with all ages of people but doesn't like some small dogs. Like Poppy she hasn't lived with cats but is well worth giving a second chance to reward you of her care either as a partner for Poppy or on her own. If you can offer her that special experienced home then please apply.


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