Danes are Like Chips.. Hard to Have Just one: A FURever Tail!

Many adopters come back to GDRNT when looking to add a FURkid to their families. I like to think this is because adopters have a love of danes and appreciation for our process and program. They know first hand how amazing our pups are and find it hard to resist a GDRNT dane when they find the need to add a dane to the existing herd. So it is with this weekends family when they added a third GDRNT dane to their home. The first time this family adopted was over 8 years ago when they welcomed Scarlet into their home. Scarlet is now a spry, mature lady of 12 years! When she came to rescue she was named Scarlet because her skin was so bad and red, but now the name fits her as a beautiful Southern belle! Those of you who have been around will remember a shy, scared female who came to GDRNT very pregnant. She was soo young it was probably one of her first cycles. While in rescue she had a crazy large litter of 13!!!!! (I still hear from many of those adoptive families too!) Cassidy was young and shy but blossomed in foster care and joined Scarlet as her FURever sister.

This weekend another girl hit the FURever home jackpot! Trixie came to us after being surrendered to a local shelter, she had a tummy bug and then went into heat.. (ok there is a funny story there because all our danes are spayed so we don't deal with it often.. but another time!) Trixie is such a love bug and has never met a heartbeat she didn't like! So as soon as we could get her "fixed" she was ready for her FURever!

I wish I had gotten a pic of the three girls together but I am not that smart and honestly had to have my happy cry in the car.. ( yes I still do that after adoptions from time to time)

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