FURever homes go to....

It was a busy busy week here at GDRNT... sometimes it happens this way when we hit a hot streak of FURever matches. After a long week of an insane number of intake request it is great to see the hard work pay off and danes go to fabutastic FURever homes.

The first is a young girl who came to rescue a bit unmannerly... but her awesome foster mom made so much progress and got her ready for a great FURever home! Artemis is so happy to have a fun furever home who is already in love with this pretty girl! Gotta love it!

The second dane was Cooper who came to us with a bad Upper Respiratory Infection but once he felt better his personality shined like a star! This guy has not meet a heartbeat he did not like. At the adoption meeting the young son took his leash and Cooper just followed him around the yard as if he always had. The older kids enjoyed playing "fetch" with him and loving on him... Cooper is one of the few I ever saw play fetch! He fell into play with the kids as if he knew they were her FURever family. I wish I had it on pictures!

The last one is close to my heart:) My most recent foster came from an area shelter very young, skinny and had probably never been in a home or around people. She learned quickly that the kids are a source of love and play, the crate is a safe place, the yard is where you potty... and the kitchen table is not for standing.... she also learned that the leash meant exploring, sitting when asked meant cookies and most importantly that the other dog food bowl was Mocha's. She needed a FURever home with a puppy friendly schedule, commitment to training and dane experience. So when this application was approved we knew it was perfect! This home has dane training experience, kids and family committed to making sure Penny grows into a sweet lady dane!

YIPEEEEE a huge thank you to everyone who made this week possible!

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