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Address for donations only:
Great Dane Angle Network
501 Ridge Country Road
Haslet, TX 76052  

100% of all donated funds go directly to the Medical costs, feeding, equipment, and other direct costs of rescuing Great Danes. There are no overhead costs such as staffing of offices, salaries, etc.

Thank you for your generosity!

D. A. N. E.

Dane Angel Network Enterprise

Dedicated to help Great Danes have a life of quality with dignity and love.


This is the new Dodge now, after two ACL knee surgeries and recoveries, and after his heartworm treatment.  He stands straight and strong on his back legs and is now ready to live his life to the fullest in good health, surrounded by people that love him.  His foster home decided they had been through so much with him that they couldn't let him get away and adopted him!  His surgeries and medical care were the most expensive our rescue has ever experienced and we STILL need help paying his medical bills off.  We are very happy to have been a part of saving his life and helping to make it whole and complete.  His new family is doing the rest by loving and cherishing him forever as he so deserves.

He has torn ACL ligaments in his knees and needs surgery on both.  He was going to be put to sleep by his owners, or allowed to live in pain because they opted not to spend the money on him.  We believe strongly that he deserves a chance at a normal pain-free life and so we took him into our rescue. 

However, we don't have the money for his surgeries.  We can give him new knees that he will be able to run and play on as a normal happy young dog.  But we are in dire need of donations to help us accomplish this goal.  The longer he waits for surgery the better chance that he can do further damage to himself. 

Please consider helping Dodge and us to make him whole again.  You can do this by clicking on PayPal or sending a donation to the Great Dane Angel Network address on our Contact page.   He is a very good natured, innocent and deserving dog that only needs a few dollars to let him be a carefree big Dane boy again.  Both knees will cost $4000 which is a discounted price.  It will be the state of the art surgery.  

He is also heartworm positive which will cost another $250.  ALL monies go directly to Dodge's vet bills.  Together we can make it happen for him!!!   Please be as generous as you can!


DODGE is a nice looking 2 year old harlequin male with natural ears.  He came in with his companion Dane, Shelby.  Dodge is very overweight though he seems to be big boned.  His owners were told that he has expensive medical problems but they were unwilling to get him the medical help that was advised by their vet.  He is now being re-examined and tested by our rescue vets, an update of which will be forth coming soon.  Dodge was bought as a puppy and immediately put outside with Shelby and another resident dog.  They all had to wear the shock collars because of the invisible fencing around the property.  He has been friendly to children and adults invited to the house, and totally ignored the groundskeepers that take care of the property every week.

  Recently, he and the other Dane and the Lab got into a dog fight, causing the owners to be concerned for the safety of other pets and neighborhood kids that come onto the property at any time due to not having a fence.  Therefore their decision was that the Danes had to leave immediately.  Dodge seems to be very sweet and quiet and has never been aggressive to people, and normally not to other dogs until recently.  He has had some basic obedience training.  He will need to lose at least 20 pounds, and will need someone that likes to walk.  He has never been invited into the house long enough to learn house manners but he will soon probably be a most willing student!  He will be further evaluated in his foster home