My name is Kilo!

Great Dane Dog for adoption in Lakewood, Colorado - Kilo
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Rocky Mountain Great Dane Rescue, Inc

Facts about Kilo

  • Breed: Great Dane
  • Color: White - With Black
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10688422
For more information about this Dane, please visit our website at Adoption Applications can be found on the home page.

Hi, I’m Kilo! I’m a 7 year old harlequin male Dane with natural ears. My parents just added a new human baby to our family and having us both is a lot, so I’m looking for a new home to call my own. I’m good with other dogs – I’ve been living with another Dane and a Maltese. Oh, and I lived with a little pig too that I loved! I’ve never been around cats, so I would probably need slow introductions if you have one of those. I know all of my basic commands, and even some tricks, and I’m housebroken (though I do have accidents when I’m uncomfortable or upset). I’ve never spent time in a crate, but I am trustworthy with free roam. I have been known to counter surf and get into the trash on occasion though, so it might be a good idea to keep things out of my reach just in case. I’m good on a leash and I absolutely love going to the dog park. Sometimes I get excitable when I meet new dogs on walks, but overall, I’m pretty good.

I think that about sums up the big important things. Let’s get together to see if you could be the perfect forever family!

About Rocky Mountain Great Dane Rescue, Inc

About Our Rescue Group...

RMGDRI is a group of volunteers concerned with the welfare of Great Danes. Every day, we save the lives of Great Danes by funding their medical care, advanced surgical treatments, spay/neuters, food and shelter.

As part of our mission, RMGDRI firmly believes that it is our responsibility to do all that we can for every Dane that comes into our haven, into our care.

Rocky Mountain Great Dane Rescue, Inc. is recognized as a major resource for the welfare of homeless, abandoned and abused companion animals

Our goal is to lower euthanasia rates in our region by:

1. Bringing adoptable pets into our program for medical and social rehabilitation and re-homing.

2. Providing resources to pet owners to encourage their responsibility and commitment to their pets and prevent them from contributing to the homeless pet population.

We want to continue to be a valuable resource to our community. We believe that one person can make the difference in the life of an animal in need, so as an organization, we have more strength to help more animals.

Our Adoption Process...

You can veiw our adoption requirements at