In 2006 a fantastic journey began when I bought my very first Great Dane, an 8 months old fawn bitch ... unfortenately she had some issues with mentality & attacked the family's other dog, an older female of mixed breeds, several times - but we were in love with the breed, so when I decided she had to move I was already waiting for a brindle male dane puppy to join us. All my puppies, home bred as well as bought, are raised in our house as loving family members. I have also showed almost all my dogs at dog shows.

In November 2007 I got my kennel name, Grand Royal's, recognized by the FCI. A name matching a stately, majestic breed as Great Dane, I believe.

In May 2008 I also started with white Miniature Schnauzers and has had 4 litters of white minis, but when the breed started to get some health issues I decided to stop breeding them and have no minis left since the summer of 2012.

My philosophy in breeding is to breed typical, healthy and mentaly sound dogs. Obedience in the sense of obedience for competing is nothing I strive for with my dogs, but a good everyday obedience is a must in every breed, and especially in Great Danes since the small dane puppy soon will be a big dog with a lot of power behind. I also believe that a puppy needs a lot of free running to develop into healthy well-muscled animals, so as they can keep up their large and heavy bodies. Of course everything must be done in moderation as a little puppy should not overworke during growth periods in order to stay healthy.

I've been a member of the Swedish Kennel Club and followed their rules and regulations. I have also completed the KC's breeders education in 2009 at Södra Älvsborg Kennel Club and the kennel is approved by the Swedish authority Länsstyrelsen.

The colors I've have in Great Danes are FAWN & BRINDLE. I export on request and so far my dogs are located in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Australia, the USA, England, Ireland and Singapore.

In June 2016 I had my last Great Dane litter, the K-litter, which was an all brindle litter (which is very rare)... and during that same year I separated and realized I had to cut down on the number of dogs... which resulted in no dogs left at all since my last one, my big fawn love in life, Diego, was diagnosed with a tumour in his belly and had to walk over the rainbow bridge on November 24th 2016. Since that day I don't have any dog's left at home and at the moment I have no intention to continue breeding. Please feel free to contact me in any matter though! My blood lines will continue to live on and I will, of course, help you in the right direction to find them.