We service the Fort Worth/Dallas area of Texas
Please note we only adopt in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area

In Honor of Ms. Gwen Goodman's Memory


On November 22, 2020 GDRNT and the animal loving community lost a beautiful soul. Gwen Goodman was a dog- mom to Sadie, her sweet pup rescued from life in a parking lot. In addition to loving Sadie Gwen loved taking her visiting family on Texas adventures, traveling to see her favorite band, and expressing her travels through her art.

Gwen became acquainted with GDRNT when Sadie started daycare and quickly they both became favorites with staff and regulars. Sadie was a favorite of the owners family and often stayed at their home when Gwen traveled. Sadie has lost her mom but has been adopted by this GDRNT family where she is very loved and will remain forever.

In her honor Gwen's family and employer have awarded a $2,500 grant to GDRNT to help save other dogs in need of loving FURever homes.

As a volunteer run, non-profit we rely 100% on private donations to save great danes from area shelters. We are humbled that Gwen's family and employer would honor us in her memory.

Great Dane Rescue of North Texas sends condolences and gratitude to Gwen's Parents, Hank and Cyndy Goodman and her friends at Mercedes-Benz Financial Services for their generosity amid their sadness.

How you can help this Legislative Session.

Every two years the Texas Legislature meets for 140 days. Can you be the voice for animals this session?

Currently the 87th Session of the Texas Legislature is in session. What does that have to do with animals and non profit rescue? Well this session .. quite a bit.

PetMeds Cares


1-800-PetMeds® supports pet rescue and adoption through PetMeds Cares. This program’s primary focus is organizing donations of over-the-counter medications and products to U.S animal shelters and rescues. Rescue groups can apply to be considered for donations once each year. Great Dane Rescue is excited to be considered for this awesome program. To learn more visit PetMeds Cares