Jake, 11 month old male mantle...adoption pending
Roman, 2+ year old blue male
Pippa, 1+ year old black female...adoption pending
Scooby, 4-5 month old male harlequin.. has been adopted.
Scooby was brought to the rescue because he bit a child in the face. Scooby is not the normal happy go lucky love everyone puppy. We don't know what happened to him but he is scared of strangers, shows aggression when scared and is almost like an adult Dane in a puppy body. Scooby is making progress here at the rescue and with lost of time, patience and work he will become a good companion to someone. Scooby will not be available to families with children or to anyone without giant breed experience. We will be very selective
who can adopt Scooby.
Jewel, 3 year old female merle...has been adopted
Jewel was brought to the rescue because her owner suddenly passed away. She has gone thru a lot in the last couple of weeks. She lost her home, she lost the one who loved her since she was a pup and since she lived with her parents and a couple of siblings, she lost her pack. Jewel is slowly coming around but has ways to go. She is shy but loves affection and she gets along well with other dogs. Most of the time her tail is still tucked way under her belly but now, once in a while, she will wag her tail a bit when she sees me coming. If you would like to meet Jewel, please contact us.
Duke, 3 year old blue male
Duke was surrendered to the rescue because his owner did not have enough time to spend with him and Duke did not like to be outside a lot so Duke decided to jump over the fence and went to look for human companionship. Duke loves people a bit too much, if that is even possible but it got him into trouble. Duke is just a happy go lucky guy who wants to play, be loved and just enjoy life. Duke is good with all dogs so he gets overly excited when he seen them. Not out of aggression but because he wants to play. Duke has been around male and female Danes and did very well.
Sadie, 2+ month old female harlequin.. has been adopted.
Sadie came to the rescue because she is deaf. Anyone that has been around deaf Danes or have met my deaf Phoebe know that deaf Danes are the best, most affectionate, non aggressive Danes around. If you have the patience to work with Sadie, you will never be sorry. Look at that face !!