I have been
breeding dogs for the last 18 years.
In that time, I have had experiences with a
handful of different breeds. I have to
say that Great Danes are an amazing breed!
We take great pride in our dogs. We
make a detailed effort to ensure the health
of our dogs and the puppies we produce.
All of our dogs have constant access to air
conditioning and/or heat. None of them
have to "brave the weather." They are not
in our lives as "decoration" or "yard art,"
they are part of the family.
All are fed a well balanced diet and
supplements. In addition, we keep them
updated on heartworm prevention, vaccines,
and flea/tick prevention.
have been truly blessed thus far with the
people who have adopted my puppies.
They have all made their Great Dane a part
of the family and they love them
We work hard to ensure
of the puppies we produce. We make
sure not to over-breed our girls. Each of our
females are only bred once every year to
year-and-a-half. They are not made to
have a litter every 6 months as with some
other breeders. We work very hard to
ensure that our girls always have at
least 10 months off between each litter.
Our main concern is the health of our dogs and
the health of their pups. Over
breeding not only affects the health of the
dam, but also the health of her puppies.
This is why we follow the breeding schedule
that we do.
In addition, I retire
my females between the ages of 5 and 7 years
of age. Once "retired" my females are
spayed and stay forever pets. Due to
the fact that I do retire my females young,
they have a great life ahead of them after
they have been spayed. Some of my
retired females will stay here with me for
the rest of their lives. However, in
some instances, I will place a retired
female up for adoption to the right family.
When puppies leave our
property they are healthy,
socialized with the family and other dogs,
and come with a health guarantee. I
support the health of my puppies and
guarantee them for 18 months against any
genetic defect or disease. I have to
say that thus far, I have had great success
and no one has had to return a puppy for any
helpful information I have posted on this
site, I have taken a considerable amount of
time researching and compiling beneficial
information concerning Great Danes. I have
also assembled information concerning
general health, puppy, and training tips.
Even if you are not interested in purchasing
a puppy from me, you are welcome to take
advantage of the information I have
provided. I hope the information made
available will be useful. I am not an
"expert," but I do believe that my personal
and educational experiences might be helpful
to those looking to learn more about one of
our specific breeds, bringing home a new
puppy, or general health information.
personally designed this website. Some
may believe that those sites where you can
just click a button located on the front
page and see a litter of puppies is much
more practical then what I have put together
on my website. However, my personal
belief is that there are five main
principles in life. Those principles are
education, communication, honesty, trust,
and love. I have tried to demonstrate
each of these ideals throughout my website.
Please excuse me if you disagree with my
ideologies. They are not meant to be
an irritation, they are meant to be honest.
If you believe you would like to
purchase a puppy from us, please
look over the information laid out
on the "Purchasing Information"
Please browse through
my website by using the navigation buttons
located on the left-hand side of the page. I
welcome you to contact me at any time with
any questions you might have if you cannot
find the answer on my site.
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