Great Danes Available from the PA Great Dane Rescue
If you're looking to adopt a Great Dane, you've come to the right place. Pennsylvania Great Dane Rescue is looking for homes in the Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, and Western Pennsylvania areas for a variety of Danes. If you are not in our area, please contact us anyway, we've adopted Great Danes to new homes in many areas beyond our base region in Western PA.
Look below for the Great Danes currently in the Pennsylvania Great Dane Rescue system. If you are considering adding a Dane to your home, why not adopt a Great Dane from a rescue instead of buying a Dane from a breeder? You may find that you will be much happier with a full grown Great Dane rather than going through the trouble of training a Great Dane puppy. Your home may be the perfect place for one of our rescue Danes, contact us today to discuss your new Great Dane.
Unless otherwise specified, ALL Danes adopted from the PA Great Dane Rescue will be fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and heartworm tested and heartworm free.
Domino Domino is a three and 1/2 year old Great Dane. He will be best in a home with no kids. He gets along well with other medium to large dogs.
Rollins is a 4 year old Great Dane/Shepard mix. Rollins prefers a quiet home and should be an only dog with no cats. Rollins would be perfect for an older adult household.
Ruby Ruby is a 3 1/2 Great Dane/Lab mix. She is good with other dogs and is very good with people. Her response to cats is unknown. Ruby has a habit of smiling at people a lot.
Princess Princess is a one and 1/2 year old Great Dane/Lab mix. She is very good with people and selective about other dogs. Her response to cats is unknown.
Bo is about 6 years old and gets along with dogs, cats, and people.
Dixie is about 6 years old. She gets along with dogs, cats, and people.
Max is alleged to be part Great Dane……….look at the pictures…………maybe he saw a Dane once………..
Max is about 3 years old and is supposed to be good with all dogs, cats, and kids. He is well mannered and knows his commands.
Meet Hope, a 2 year old Great Dane. Hope came to the Pa Great Dane Rescue from a West Virginia shelter. She was dumped in a drop-box at the shelter and was rescued and brought to our group by Stephanie Murphy, one of our volunteers. Initially Hope was extremely thin but with some time and care she has gained weight and is looking good.
According to Stephanie, “She is a sweet and loving dog that likes to play. She is good with other dogs, although a bit snappy if food is involved at times…which is normal I am sure for a dog that has been nearly starved to death. Hope is good with cats and, though in her foster home there are no small children, she has been approached in public by very small children and showed no signs of fear or aggression. She is housebroken and crate trained. She walks perfect on a leash and knows the sit command as well. Hope is heartworm negative and has been spayed.”
There are two pictures of her when she came into the rescue and three of her since she has received proper care and feeding from Stephanie.
Harley is a 5 year old Great Dane. He requires an experienced Dane owner and a home without children. He gets along with most dogs and his response to cats is unknown.
Jeffrey Jeffrey is a 1 1/2 year old Boxer/Dane mix. He is very friendly and likes to be around people. He also loves to play with other dogs. He is okay with cats and good with kids.
Hurry Hurry is a 5 year old Great Dane. She is good with kids, people, and dogs. She should not be with cats or goats.
Marty and Maxine Marty and Maxine are 1 1/2 years old and are litter mates. They are Lab/Dane mixes and they are good with kids, dogs, and cats.
Bugsy and Esta
Bugsy and Esta are brother and sister 9 month old deaf Great Danes. They are very friendly, love people, enjoy playing with other dogs and each other, and may be ok with cats.
Cain is an 18 month old Dane/Boxer mix. He likes to be with other dogs and is great with kids and other people. We understand that he is also good with cats.
Isabella is an 18 month Great Dane. She is very good with people and large dogs. No small dogs because she plays rough. Her response to cats is unknown.
Over the years that our members have been involved in Great Dane rescues, hundreds of people have found new companions and hundreds of Great Danes have found new homes. Great Danes make great pets and can be a part of your family for years after their adoption. Take a look at the Great Danes we have available, visit ourGreat Dane adoption forms page, and get the adoption of your new Dane started. If you need more information, please visit our Contact Us page for contact information.
Pennsylvania Great Dane Rescue, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit rescue organization Jean Matvey, President Home (724) 869-9185 Fax (724) 709-7961 515 Rotteck Street Baden, PA 15005 email@example.com
Brenda Ehnot Donations of Food and Supplies (724) 388-2865
PA Great Dane Rescue is an all-volunteer organization operated out of the homes of the volunteers in the organization. We do not have a kennel, we have the Danes in our homes. If you contact the group, please be patient, we will return your call as soon as possible. We are available during the following times: Monday - Saturday: 10:00 am until 7:00 pm
From our Beaver County and Allegheny County locations the PA Great Dane Rescue serves the rescue and adoption needs for the Pittsburgh, Western and Southwestern Pennsylvania areas including Beaver County, Allegheny County, Washington County, Mercer County, Greene County, Westmoreland County, Butler County and Lawrence County and other areas of Western PA. For Great Danes in the Pittsburgh area, contact the PA Great Dane Rescue.