Hopper, 1+ year old male harlequin, has been adopted.
Hopper came to the rescue because his owners did not have enough time for him and thought it was not fair to him. Hopper is well taken care of, good with male and female dogs and just loves to play. At first meet, Hopper is a bit stand offish but warms up real quick.
Faith, 1.5 year old deaf female has been adopted.
Faith was brought to us because she was not getting enough attention. Last year they surrendered Hope, her sister, to us as well. Faith spend most of the day outside and slept in a crate at nite so she did not get the training and socialization she needed. Faith like all deffies loves people but is a bit overwhelming for little children because she hungers for attention and because of her lack of training she does not know when to back off. She loves big dogs but does not do well with small dogs. Therefore we are looking for a home with older children, a home with no small animals and a home that can give her the attention and training she needs. STILL AVAILABLE 11/8/18
Gidget, 1.5 year old brindle female...has been adopted.
Gidget was brought to the rescue because she got into fights with a Yorkie. All this started after Gidget was spayed and it was not possible for her to stay in the same home. There were two other small dogs in the home with whom she had no problem. Gidget is good with small kids and most little dogs. Here at the rescue she has been enjoying friends her own size and is playing hard. Gidget is still a bit shy but that will go away with time here at the rescue.
Gennie, 8-9 month old deaf female...has been adopted.
Gennie was brought to the rescue by her owner because he, so he said, was living out of his car after losing his job and his home. Jennie was covered in fleas, had worms, was too thin, had an oozing sore on her chest and on top of all that had two 5 1/2 inch scewers in her chest. Yes, you are reading that correct. After confronting her owner with that he had nothing to say. Now she is gaining weight, has been wormed and the sore on her chest is all closed up and she is having fun playing with the other Danes. Gennie, as all deaf Danes, is so affectionate and just loves everyone and everything. She will need training but with some patience she will be a wonderful addition to a family. We are looking for a home with an other dog/Dane as a companion to Gennie.
Buddy, 6 month old black male...has been adopted.
An other pup rescued out of a bad situation by someone with a big heart. Unfortunately Buddy turned out to be bigger than their heart and they felt he deserved more attention than they were able to give him so Buddy came to stsy with us. While spending some time here at the rescue, Buddy is enjoying his stay playing with Gidget. By looking at his long legs, Buddy will grow up to be pretty tall. He is still awfully clumsy when playing and at times trips over his own feet. Buddy is a pretty easy going boy, is comfortable playing by himself and relaxing in his crate. Since Buddy is too young to be neutered, he will be going to his new home with a neuter contract that has a sizable refundable deposit attached.
Jax, 2+ year old black male...has been adopted.
Jax was brought into a shelter as a stray. Jax is now neutered and of course micro-chipped. Jax has only been in the rescue for a few days but is adjusting well. Jax is a bit shy but loves the attention and affection. Jax will need some obedience training but is already learning new things. Jax has now been introduced to other Danes, male and female, and is becoming playful.
Teagan, 4 year old female merle...has been adopted
Teagan was rescued by a family but did not get along with their dog so Teagan came to us. She now does well with dogs to whom she is properly introduced and plays well. Teagan has spend lots of time playing with Duke and Athena. We do not recommend that Teagan goes to a home with small dogs, female dogs or dominant males. Teagan loves people and kids so we are looking for a home with either no other animals or a male Dane and where she would have a yard to play in. Taking her to a dog park or any other place where she meets other dogs is not recommended.
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