Great Dane Breeders

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  • Roucandane
    Sheena Booth
    Dumfries
    Dumfries and Gal

    Aims of the Roucandane Kennels:-
    To safeguard the welfare of the breed as a whole
    and assist anyone who needs help or advice on any
    matter in regard to the health and wellbeing of their
    Dane.
    To breed quality Great Danes of sound constitution,
    good temperament and true breed type.
    To improve the overall quality of the line with each
    generation.
    To try to ensure wherever possible that all hereditary
    and genetic defects are avoided.
    To care for and assist in the long term welfare of
    each and every puppy bred in these kennels.

    All of our puppies .... (click to read more)

  • Clannalba
    T & B Harvey
    Larkhall
    Southlanarkshire

    We are a small hobby kennel having had dogs since 1994 we started showing our danes in 2007, very quickly realising their magic and charisma we were hooked on the breed, they are part of our family and are constant companions and love nothing better than organizing the seating arrangements.... daily!, lol, have been delighted with their success in the ring being consistantly placed at both open and championship show level, having qualified them for Crufts at their first shows,we are dedicated and passionate about our Great Danes. Their wellbeing and health is our main and first priority!

  • Kemanilo
    Mrs Kelly Nayar
    Edinburgh
    Midlothian

    From an early age I have always had a passion for Great Danes buying my first one at the age of eighteen, and having never been without one since.

    I currently own two Danes and two chocolate labradors breeding the younger ones to further my interest.

    Please click on links for more information on my dogs.

  • Culseandanes
    Mrs Dawne Sneddon
    Kilmarnock
    Ayrshire
    Current Health Tests

    Hi there from Dee, Col, and Al and the rest of the clan.

    We have had dogs all our lives.

    I Dee, did agility in the past with German Shepards in the 70's and 80's. Col was with doberman rescue in the 90's We then came about the breed The Great Dane when I saw a black.

    I then went on to get a fawn called Murphy way back in 2000 whom is now at rainbow bridge he lived till he was 10 which was a fair age for a Dane. This started us on our obsession of Danes and we now have in our kennels

    Harlequins, Blues, Mantles and a Fawn.

    We breed for temperament and type .... (click to read more)

  • Paula Mcfarlane
    Blackwood
    Lanarkshire

    I have owned Great Danes for over 10 years now and never thought about breeding, I have never been interested in showing as my dogs have been family pets, who live at home with children horses and other dogs, I have been exceptionally blessed with all my dogs that they have in exceptional natures and so much love in abundance.

    My Dogs are my life and mean the world to me and my family.

  • Roseark Gillian Rose Dumfries Dumfries

  • Allours John & Yvonne Mcglynn Straiton Midlothian

  • Arondyke Jennie Roberts Dumfriesshire Scotland

  • Seumelga M & J Newsome Keith Aberdeenshire

  • Ranaldane Jan Macdonald Paisley Renfrewshire

  • Claire Mclean Elgin Morayshire

  • Turlum Judith Greig Crieff Perthshire

  • Machamore Jackie Kevan Glasgow Lanarkshire

  • Rivenso Yvonne Learoyd Kirkconnel Dumfriesshire

  • Myhalston Mr Owen Greechan Hawick Roxbourghshire

  • Lomondane Great Danes Mrs C Cunningham Dunfermline Fife

  • Muirdane Ms M Bilton Glasgow Strathclyde

  • Lambrini Kath Smith Montrose Angus

  • Arosini Mrs Linda Claxson Lybster Caithness

  • Elayne Jordan Glasgow Strathclyde

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