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Are you wanting to rescue abandoned and mistreated dogs from high-kill-shelters? Then lend your home as a foster. SRGDRR pays all medical expenses for our Danes, but the foster is expected to provide care and love via food, shelter, toys, basic training, and attention. We will not tolerate any abuse from our fosters. You can view our website or foster application on our website to read over all of our requirements. #fosteringsaveslives

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P.O. Box 5895, Longview, TX 75608, US

Mission Statement

To rescue Great Danes from neglect, abuse, and abandonment while providing medical care and individual rehabilitation through our experienced and loving foster home program until we are able to provide each rescued Dane with a qualified, caring, and permanent home that will ensure a good quality of life they deserve. To assist owners that cannot afford spaying, neutering or heartworm treatment as funds allow while also educating owners on affordable, local spay/neuter clinics, spay/neuter benefits, vaccinations, backyard breeding, behavior, nutrition, and obedience. Additionally, we want to be a link point to other rescues and clubs. Raising awareness around rescues and the Great Dane breed is of great importance to us.


We have been rescuing Great Danes since 2011 and we take pride in the collective love, concern, and dedication we have given to the misunderstood and forgotten Danes. It is our mission to continue to be the voices of the less fortunate Danes and to provide them safety and their birthright to a quality of life filled with love and dignity.

Crisis Support


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  • Veterinary
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Social Work




  • Must be at least 18
  • Being able to foster the dog until adoption. If you're not able to continue fostering, you must give SRGDRR at least 2 weeks to find a new foster.
  • Being able to have barrier of separation if you have other pets so that the foster dog can decompress to his/her new environment.

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