Our Dames

Dreamcatcher Great Danes has YEARS of experience in judging pedigrees, and genetics to produce the most happy, healthy family friendly puppies possible.

Our females enjoy spacious, green runs with houses that are amply large enough for two dogs to stand and turn around in when they are in-between litters. We never kennel our dogs on concrete or wire. They are always kept in pairs sometimes trios for mental health and excersize.

We breed only mentally sound, healthy females that have been handled from birth so they are accustomed to us being right there in the birthing suites with them when it is thier turn.

Our females have large heated/cooled private suites for birthing. We monitor 24/7 and provide hourly supplemental feedings of fresh milk for large litters so mom is not to overdrawn affecting her own health.

Our wonderful veterinarian comes right to our ranch as needed to check on mothers and do the puppies first health checkups. This is much less stressful for the females than hauling them and thier precious babes away from the comfort of thier own private rooms.

We are always learning more safe, natural and effective ways to produce our very best and pass it along to you in the form of cuddly, healthy, happy puppies.

You can see our beautiful dames by clicking on the color of your choice to the right.

In Memorial

Mama's name was Roma Lee Gray, she is survived by her Husband of 24 years Chuck Gray, son Wayne Kiser, daughter Carol Krasean, 10 Grandchildren, 15 Great Grandchildren and 2 Great Great Grandchildren. Mama was born on April 3, 1926 and passed away on June 13, 2009 Mama was always there for each of us, family was the most important thing to her. On Dreamcatcher Ranch one of the things that she loved to do was hold the puppies. I will always remember the time we were trying to save a few puppies that had been born a few days early, she helped me feed them every two hours, then when one of them we knew was dying she held and rocked her all the while talking really low telling the little puppy that it was going to be alright and that she knew that the little puppy was going to puppy heaven.

Wayne Kiser

Onalaska, Washington


Waynekiser6@ aol.com

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