kmaDanes Puppy News



kmaDanes started in 2003 with a girl dreaming of showing her Great Dane. Then a few years later two friends joined forces and the dream grew into breeding quality, healthy Great Danes with sweet temperaments so they could compete with top professional handlers and we could compete in the Bred By class. Their journey created multiple AKC, UKC, International Great Dane Champions. Like any goal, it grew and the dream expanded to producing AKC Top 20 NOHS competitive dogs and to also support new Owner Handlers. Providing new Exhibitors with competitive Great Dane so they would show, secure wins, earn their championship, love the hobby, and grow our amazing AKC Dog Show Events. We now have multiple Great Danes in new show exhibitor homes, as their 1st AKC Champion and this achievement ignited their love of showing Dogs. kmaDanes also has multiple Great Dane Top 20 NOHS Placements. Our primary focus continues to be our bred by Danes, our extended families, our Great Dane Community. We stay focused and committed to health, temperament and the AKC conformation standard of the Great Dane breed. We health test every Dane in our homes, whether part of our show or companion family. We hold AKC Breeder of Merit and Breed with HEART.

We love our companion homes as much as our show homes.

We stand by and support our extended families.

In the last 5 years kmaDanes has grown and we are 5 amazing, knowledgeable, show breeders blending efforts, dreams, pedigrees to create an amazing team under the kmaDanes kennel name. We are Great Dane Fanciers that have come together to always support our extended families, stand behind our kids and pedigree, and we are committed to have a lot of fun at shows! We reflect good sportsmanship, we support others, we embrace diversity. We promote Owner Handlers but we value and love our professional handlers. We have multiple Top 20 NOHS kids, Top 20 All Breed Contenders, and we have more champions then our website can present to you so we bring the kids we currently show.


We expect black and fawn puppies to whelp mid-December with an adoption transition in mid-Feb 2022.