Daynakin Great Danes LLC 
Est. 1974

Championship Quality AKC Fawn & Brindle Great Danes 
For Show, Performance and Companionship

Available Adults

Once in a great while, we have adult dogs of our breeding available or know of other breeders who might have a dog to rehome.  Generally these are retired showdogs or sometimes a dog that has been returned due to family circumstances. These dogs are NOT rescue dogs and are considered "breeder rehomes".

If you are seeking a quality adult dog, please check back from time to time as I will post dogs when I know about them and as time allows.  If you wish, you may sign up to my email list so you can be notified if breeder rehome adult becomes available.  Click here to sign up.

You might also want to consider adopting an adult Dane through a qualified rescue group.  Our local (Washington state) Great Dane rescue is North West Great Dane Rescue. Located in Spokane, they place dogs throughout the Pacific Northwest.  Please visit their site for adoption requirements and a listing of available dogs.

Should you choose to adopt, please deal only with a established, reputable rescue.  Be wary of dogs advertised "for free" on Craigslist or other such venues.  Often dogs advertised in places like that have actually been turned down by valid rescues because of biting history, temperament issues or severe behavior problems.  If you choose to view a dog listed on such a venue, you would be well advised to take an experienced dog person with you to assist in evaluating the dog to make sure the placement would be a good fit for you. All qualified rescues require altering before placement. Never adopt an excessively shy/fearful dog or one that has exhibited human aggression.  Those dogs should never be offered for rehoming as they are an extreme liability and danger.


All reputable rescues have placement criteria and work off of an application process.  Please review a rescue's site carefully to see if you fall within their criteria.  If you do not, please pass them by.  Rescues are operated by overworked volunteers and their time is best spent helping dogs within their program. An inordinate amount of time is spent explaining to non-qualified homes why a placement can't be made.  Many rescues have firm policies on fencing, altering, and how the dog will be cared for.  Additionally, the rescue is the one best qualified to determine if a particular dog is a good fit for a certain home.  Respect their knowledge and efforts in making a good placement. 

Dane Outreach (Referrals & Education only)

North West Great Dane Rescue

Alternative Humane Society of Whatcom County

Valhalla Rescue

Meow Canine Division

Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue

Willamette Valley Great Dane Rescue


Please email me to receive a listing of breeders who may have litters coming up, puppies on the ground, or adults available.

06/11/20 I am not aware of any breeder rehomes available at this time.  Contact me for information if you would like to be on my mailing list should one become available.

Revised 06/11/20

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