My name is Flint!

Great Dane Dog for adoption in Raleigh, North Carolina - Flint
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Great Dane Rescue Alliance

Facts about Flint

  • Breed: Great Dane
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Male
Meet Flint, he is a very sweet and goofy guy. He is such a good helper (at least he thinks he is) too… he wants to be in the middle of everything you do. He is a social butterfly loves meeting new people and is all tail wags and slobbery kisses. When at home if he is not out playing, you can find him trying to sneak his way onto the couch and into your lap for some quality snuggle time. Flint was surrendered along with his sister after the small child in their home was having asthma attacks. He just turned a year old(DOB: 08/21/15), so still a puppy yet is totally house broken and doesn’t mind his crate a bit. He just completed his first obedience class, and learned quite a bit... but he is young and still needs guidance. When he gets excited he gives the best hugs, which is not showing good manners so were still working that. We are also just starting to learn the rules about walking nice a leash, so that is another area that will need some work. He gets so excited when pulling up to the training building (he loves treats, so training is fun!). He currently lives and plays with his 2 foster siblings a 6 month old male and a 7 year old female Dane; they get pretty rambunctious when they play, but have never had a problem with things getting too rough. I cannot say the same for stuffed toys however, there is no safe place for a stuffed toy with Flint around. He will sniff them out and blow them up in record time! Flint is just a super sweet guy who loves being around his people and his fur bother & sister, he would do best in home where he has a sibling and is not left by himself for extended periods. Due to his energy level and size, we feel he would do better with older kids. A continued training class is also required and a fenced yard as well. He is current on vaccinations, neutered and also microchipped. Applications can be found on our website, He is currently being fostered in NC

About Great Dane Rescue Alliance

About Our Rescue Group...

The Great Dane Rescue Alliance was formed in 2012 by a group of dedicated volunteers that wanted to focus their efforts on helping Great Danes and other dogs that needed them most. Through their foster home based program, they work to rescue and rehabilitate those that may be otherwise overlooked.


"The Corporation is organized for charitable and prevention of

cruelty to animals purposes to:

• Help abandoned, neglected, unwanted and/or abused Great Danes and other

dogs with the ultimate goal of placing them in loving, permanent homes;

• Promote responsible dog ownership to potential adopters as well as the general

public concerning building a positive relationship with your companion animal and

proper animal husbandry including the benefits of spaying/neutering and proper


• Provide guidance and counseling to owners to ensure that the needs of their

companion animal are met in totality; and

• Further other actions that promote increasing adoptability of Great Danes and

and other dogs and to increase the humane treatment of dogs"

Our Adoption Process...

The process consists of a phone interview, vet check, reference check and a home visit. All of these must be completed prior to meeting any of our available danes. In order to adopt, you will have to come meet the Dane at their foster home and bring all of your current dogs as well as all family members. Our adoption areas consist varies along the East Coast depending on if we can find another rescue person to do our home visit for us.

Our adoption application can be found on our website. Please complete it and scanned, then email it to us.

Our adoption fees are $350.00 for danes under 1 year and $325.00 for danes over 1 year. In addition, you must complete an obedience class with a positive reinforcement based trainer.