I have created this site to provide an educational library on Dane care, a reference for breeders and Dane homes alike.
This home page is designed to make a brief bulletin board announcement.
Enter the site via the link below to enjoy a rich, very informative and fun site that took many long nights of chat to create.
For now, we would like to announce:
I have bred (a total of only 3 litters in the past few years) only when approached by friends & family members ready for and want a Dane (which was my pleasure to give away an average of 4 pups a litter) and approached by approved and confirmed minimum 3 additional good homes.
Well, I think I have satistfied all family & friends who wanted a pub, and:
As announced back in March, this litter, May 2012, is my last and final litter. I have entered a page explaining this issue. My main concern and disappointment was the lack of commitment to, and understanding of the importance of the correct supplementary health care. I decided I shall not breed without absolute commitment to a continuous supplementary care as prescribed by us. Those few who do follow our Dane way, see the signs of a long healthy Dane life.
I have however left this site available as a reference library. The site addresses the issue of health care and many other issues.
And, as I indicated via the library, I did in the past and I can induce the female's estrus (bring her in heat) and that takes about 2 weeks. So I choose to time it with the nice weather when it is not too hot nor too cold to introduce the final litter.
I also explained that I did and could choose the sex of the puppies based on requests. I have practiced this so far extremely successful with near 100% record. Again I explained all that via the library.
The puppies page will answer all your questions and willl present you with plenty of photos.
The Dane's corrective - protective diet paper I have been developing for a few years was submitted early this year to the prestigious European Veterinary Research Institute "HEVRI". (Note: I am not aware of any Canadian graduate level “Master’s & PhD” designated veterinary research institute).
The first feed back has just been received, 3 supportive veterinary research biochemists-scientists are very enthusiastic about it, and clearly endorsed it.
In fact, after 8 months of testing, they now indicated that it’s a matter of formalities before I would receive a formal endorsement for a potential commercial production reference number. I assure you, honestly, money is not my motive, after all, this is not a market for a mass production product; it's an elite field. Dane care (and a bit of ego maybe - call it Dane pride) is the motive.
And bytheway, yes, I am qualified as a research chemist with P.R. MD. and Ph.D. in analytical chemistry and pharmacology research as well as medical school, and a special relative research, so, I assure you, I am qualified to write what I wrote. I hope this will help. All the best.