A Little Bit goes a Long Way
There are many ways you can help Dane Haven, Inc. Whether you are donating, becoming a sponsor, or adopting a dog. We appreciate all you do. We are a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax deductible.
Here are just a few ways you can donate.
Below you can also see how your donations help Dane coming into rescue with Delilah and Grace's stories.
How to Donate
We utilize PayPal to insure secure transactions for adoption fees and donations.
Become a Fairy Dog Mother
You can be come a Fairy Dog Mother for a Special Dane.
See our Sponsor page for more information on our Fairy Dog Mother program
Check out our Wishlist for items that can be dontated. If you have items you would like to donate contact us either by phone or email to schedule a drop off or pick up.
In Loving Memory
Donate in loving memory of a pet that has crossed the Rainbow Bridge. A photo and memorial will placed on our Memorial page
Do you shop Amazon?
Shop Amazon using the Amazon Smiles
Dane Haven. Inc. link and Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase directly to our rescue.
If you would like to mail your donation the traditional way you can send them to
Dane Haven, Inc.
PO Box 27061
Prescott Valley, AZ 86312
Walk for a Dog
Using your smart phone and walking your dog can help our dogs. Down load the Walk for a Dog app and list Dane Haven, Inc. as your rescue of choice. Walk for a Dog will donate to the rescue for every mile you walk your dog.
For every new customer purchase through this site, Chewy will donate $20 to Dane Haven Inc..
Fry's Community Rewards
Did you know you can support nonprofit organizations in your community just by shopping at Fry's? Select Dane Haven as your supported organization
Additional Ways to Help
Check and see if your company has a donation program or match program
Purchase items, calendars, t-shirts, etc.
Ways your donations have helped
Delilah upon intake
Delilah just 10 days later
Delilah came in to rescue the beginning of December 2014, her previous owner had contacted us regarding wanting to surrender her Dane because the dog was aggressive toward the other dogs in the home. The owner set up a meeting with a Dane Haven volunteer to turn Delilah over. We were not prepared for what we were going to see. Delilah was very malnourished, scared and weak.
We loaded her up in the car and took her to the vet. Luckily other than being emaciated she was in good health. She then went to her foster home where she would be well cared for until her forever family came along. Within a short time Delilah began to gain weight and energy. Emotionally she was also healing.
Today Delilah is with her wonderful adoptive family. She enjoys running and playing at the dog park, she enjoys being loved and cared for and giving love in return to her new family.
Grace, day one at the vet.
Grace 3 months later
In February 2015 Dane Haven received a message from a rescuer in California who had answered a craigslist add for a Dane. She went out and saw Grace and the environment that she was living in.
Grace had been used for breeding. She was kept in a wooden crate that had nails protruding, these nails would stab Grace no matter which direction she moved. She was emaciated and not trusting. The rescuer took Grace after seeing the conditions in which she is residing in.
The rescue took her home and started treating the wounds that covered her back and sides. She then contacted us asking us to take Grace.
We made the trip to California to pick this sweet girl up. Upon her arrival to our location she went into a foster home where the foster parents started working on gaining Graces trust, helping her heal both physically and emotionally.
Grace has had to go to a skin specialist due to the wounds not healing properly. With her visit to the skin specialist we learned not only did she have an infection in the wounds she also had dermatitis.
As Grace began to become comfortable in her foster home her fosters found that she needed work on proper behavior around other dogs. She and her family started working with a trainer where she has learned that other dogs are not going to hurt her and she has no reason to be afraid.
With the help of Grace's foster family, Grace has become a wonderful, healthy, happy, fun, loving, sweet girl. She is currently waiting for her forever family to come along.
It's Danes like Delilah and Grace that your donations help. Delilah and Grace's medical cost, including vaccinations, spay, and medications, so far have been between $900 and $1500. These costs do not include the everyday expenses of food, treats, collars, leashes, dog beds and such.
Saving these beautiful girls and the many others like them that come into our rescue would not be possible without the help of people like you. Please help us save the life of a Dane and make a difference.