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Great Dane Rescue of North Texas, Inc.

hurst Animal Shelter

P.O. Box 54601
hurst, Texas 76054
Phone: 817-651-2336
Fax: 972-724-9553
Great Dane Rescue of North Texas, Inc. is an all volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing medical attention and foster care while seeking permanent homes for abused and abandoned Great Danes in the North Texas area. To reach its goals, Great Dane Rescue of North Texas rescues sick, injured, abused, and abandoned Great Danes, finds loving and knowledgeable permanent homes, educates the public about the temperament, characteristics and special needs of the Great Dane breed, teaches responsible pet ownership, promotes animal identification programs, spay/neuter programs and general animal population control. We are members of the Great Dane Rescue Alliance and DFW CARES. We provide several financial and educational public programs.

All Great Danes that come through the rescue program are spay/neutered, heartworm tested, given Rabies, DHLPPC and Bordetella vaccinations, fecal tested, micro-chipped, and given their first heartworm preventive. All Great Danes are treated for any parasite and illness present including but not limited to intestinal worms, heartworms, upper respiratory infections, ehrlichia, broken bones, and special surgeries.

Rescued Danes are placed in foster homes while they are with us and live as part of the fosters family. During this time each Dane's health and temperament is evaluated which helps us make appropriate permanent placements. In addition to providing medical and emotional rehabilitation, all foster homes crate train, work on basic obedience and housebreaking.


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Great Dane Rescue of North Texas, Inc. is located in hurst, Texas where today's temperature will be between 48.2℉ and 55.4℉, sunrise 13:28 and sunset 23:52.

hurst is known for pet friendly attractions like NRH2O, Colleyville Nature Center, Hurst Community Park, Chisholm Park, be sure to take some time with your new pet and visit these places.

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