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Great Dane Rescues In Texas [Adoption Directory Guide]

Are you hoping to adopt a Great Dane in the state of Texas?

Well, you are going to need to find a reputable rescue in order to do so.

The following adoption directory lists all the Great Dane rescues in Texas in one place.

This will give you the contact information you need in order to get started and make that initial, first introduction.

So, without further ado, onto the list!

Great Dane Rescue Of North Texas

The Great Dane Rescue of North Texas, Inc. is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based out of Carrollton.

They are dedicated to rehabbing and rehoming abandoned Great Danes in the North Texas area, working particularly closely with animal shelters to save those dogs who would otherwise be euthanized.

Contact: https://www.danerescue.net/contact

Website: https://www.danerescue.net/

Great Dane Rescue Of Southeast Texas

Great Dane Rescue Of Southeast Texas (GDRST) is another 501C3 organization dedicated to saving abandoned, sick, injured, or abused great Danes from local Houston area shelters.

They provide a foster to adopt service – meaning their dogs are placed in temporary homes before being made available for permanent adoption.

Contact: info@saveadane.org

Website: http://saveadane.org/

White Kisses Great Dane Rescue

Based out of Lubbock, Texas, the White Kisses Great Dane Rescue is another reputable rescue in the state.

While they are dedicated to the Great Dane breed, they also rescue Mastiffs and Dane/Mastiff mixes in need.

As a non-profit 501(c)3, this rescue is able to operate through donations and the work of volunteers and fosters.

Contact: https://www.whitekissesgreatdanerescue.com/contact

Website: https://www.whitekissesgreatdanerescue.com/

San Antonio Great Dane Rescue

The San Antonio Great Dane Rescue (SASPCA) is a 501(c)3 charitable organization that operates out of Pipe Creek and services San Antonio and its surrounding areas.

They are an all-volunteer non-profit organization and provide neutering/spaying, medical assistance, and a foster program prior to putting their dogs up for adoption.

Contact: https://texasgreatdane.org/contact-us/

Website: https://texasgreatdane.org/

Save Rocky The Great Dane Rescue

Save Rocky The Great Dane Rescue is an organization created in response to a particular Great Dane called Rocky, and who was sadly euthanized in 2011.

This federal 501c3 non-profit organization has since made itself dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of Great Danes, Great Dane mixes, and other giant breeds that have been abused, neglected, and/or abandoned.

While based in Texas, this rescue operates nationwide in every state of the United States.

Contact: https://saverockythegreatdane.org/contact

Website: https://saverockythegreatdane.org/

Finally

These are the five Great Dane rescues in Texas that you should start your search with.

Get in contact and register your interest.

Besides, the adoption process can take time so the quicker you can start, the better.

Just be patient and be willing to answer any questions that the dedicated volunteers may have at each rescue.

They work tirelessly to ensure that dogs are placed in the right homes – which benefits both the dog and the owner alike.

So do trust in the process and appreciate the requests of each rescue.

While they may already have your Great Dane, your future dog may have yet come their way.

Either way, there are things that need to be done to ensure the placement is right for all parties.

So during this time, do confirm and establish whether you can provide the home an adopted dog needs.

Do remember that getting a dog is a lifetime commitment.

And be sure you have what it takes to provide the care they will need; not only financially but physically, and emotionally too.

With that said, I wish you all the best in your search for your Great Dane!