Our Adoption Process...
Before adopting a dog, please remember that this is a life-time commitment.
If you rent, you must have landlord's consent.
Ask yourself, do you have the financial means to provide the essential care?
Are all the animals in your home spayed/neutered? We are pro-spay/neuter and can't adopt or allow you to foster if you have unfixed animals in your home. Your pets must also be current on vaccinations, heart-worm prevention and vet care.
All dogs are fixed, regardless of age, before they leave our care. We do NOT and will NOT offer spay/neuter contacts.
Please return our phone calls; if you don't, we won't finish processing your application.
White Kisses GDR does evaluate temperament as well as health assessments, but we can make no guarantee's on a dog's health and needs later in life.
1. Submit an application. All questions have to be answered. (Applications are at the bottom of this page).
2. Allow us 2-5 days to process an application. Applications get processed in the order we receive them.
3. A White Kisses representative will call you to discuss your application and which dog is the best fit (if approved).
4. A home check is required.
5. You pay the adoption donation and we help arrange pick up/transport in Texas. (Anywhere else the adopter needs to set up and is at adopter's own expense; plus the Health Certification.)
5. You must sign and follow all of the Adoption Contract Guidelines.
6. Give the dog time to adjust to it's new home.
Note: Fosters go through an application & home check process as well.
To assist White Kisses GDR in continuing rescue work, Adopter's make a non-refundable donation. This donation is immediately used to pay ongoing costs of rescuing more great danes, including food, veterinary care, kennels, behavior training, etc.
Puppies (under 1 year) & Euros- $450.00
Adult Danes (1yo-5yo)- $375.00
Seniors (5yo & up)- $175.00
Mixes- Adoption Donation varies
All dogs in our care are spayed/neutered, wormed, HW tested and started on HW prevention. They are fully vaccinated, have seen a vet for any veterinary care required and are micro-chipped.