Our Boys
Isaiah
Bentley
Fairway
Maxwell
Styx
Ace


Out Side Studs
TKO
Winston
Antonio
Thriller
Warlock
 

 
Most of my life has
been spent in love with
animals.  My introduction
to the Great Dane, was
through a girlfriend.  We
both loved dogs and we
were groomers together.
She got a fawn Great
Dane bitch and that is what
did it for me.
I was privileged in
being able to watch my
first Great Dane grow and
I was sold on the breed.
We have held high esteem
for this magnificent giant
and for us in our household,
we have found great love
and devotion that comes
from this very intrigue,
sometimes complicated life
sharing our home with
our beloved affectionate
friends.  If this is what
you are looking for too, hold
on to your hearts, you
are on the ride of your
life sharing your time, love
and passion with all of us
that so avidly love
the breed.

 

 

 
 
Our goals have been to interpret the Standard for our
breed and breed quality bitches to well bred, quality sires
to produce each generation of Great Danes that we
want to live with and are proud to exhibit in the Show Ring.
We desire to share with people who acquire one of our puppies
loving pets and companions that change their lives and the lives of those around them.
 

   

   
   
 

 
Enjoy our site and email
us if you have any questions
about our dogs or the contents
of this site.
Our Girls
Grace
Ruth
Sarah
Whitney
Ditto
Rachel
Sidney
Ellen
Hannah
Tilly
Esther
Bernice
Pinky
Gabby
Lois-Ruth

Dogs We have bred
and or co-own

Jonah
Micah
Gimme
Lila

Our Boxers:
Randall

Glory

 

 

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