The Scottish Great Dane Club aims:
To enhance the profile of Great Danes in Scotland and the UK.
To advocate and encourage responsible dog ownership and promote excellence in breeding and exhibiting.
To maintain the breed standard and uphold the values of the Scottish Great Dane Club and the Kennel Club.Rules
There was a Scottish Great Dane Club as far back as 1909.
The President was Mr L L Steel and the Secretary was Mr H H Forster. Challenge Cups for best dog and best bitch were on offer at the first show which was held in conjunction with the Glasgow Show (later to become Scottish Kennel Club Show).
The Club was first registered with The Kennel Club in 1913 and appeared in The Kennel Club Stud Book right up until 1925Read More
The rescue started about 30 years ago. Since then it has grown steadily to cope with the increasing number of Danes now being bred.
The rescues aim is to find new, permanent and loving homes for Danes that have been abused, neglected and/or abandoned in Scotland.
Although the rescue is run in conjunction with and is part of the Scottish Great Dane Club, it derives its operating costs from donations and fund raising events.Website
Download schedules along with:
- Dates of our shows
We aim to keep you updated with:
- Breed Announcements
- Updates from the Breed Council
- Seminars & Health Days
Photographs in our gallery include:
- Championship Show
- Open Show
Great Dane Info:
- Great Dane Clubs
- Great Rescues
- The Breed Council