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A Hat Trick of Forever Homes

It’s been a busy few weeks between the auction and crazy-busy intake, but our adoption team has been busy helping pups meet their forever families. Three sweet young things found their families and are getting settled into their new homes.

Jack came to rescue with an upper respiratory infection that required medication to clear. During his recovery, he charmed everyone in his foster home, including the resident Dane. Jack met his match in a single guy who was looking for a dog to hang out with him. Now he’s got a couch to call his own.

Furever Home. Kyra.

Miss Kyra came to us as a shy, quiet lady, looking for a home to meet her needs of calmness. Kyra's wish came true. She was matched with a mom that needed a calm, quiet cuddly dog. Kyra walked into her match home, met mew mom and it was instant love for both. Kyra is happy to be an only dog and getting all the attention and love from her new mom. YIppeee

NTXGiving Day can Help Harvey and Bruce

Harvey and Bruce came to us separately within days of each other, but their stories are all too similar to many of the Danes that come to us. Both are seniors. Both are heartworm positive. Over 90% of the Danes that come to us are heartworm positive at intake and require treatment.

Angel's Guardian Angels

We do not get many young puppies in rescue. A “puppy” is usually between six months and a year old by the time they land at a shelter and need our help. When a shelter calls us for a young puppy, there is usually something very special that he or she needs. Such was the case with Angel.

Mature Lady has found FURever Love

What is a "move in ready" dane? It is a dog with enough life experience to be the perfect pup. Bring them home, show them where the food bowl, potty spot and bed are; add some love and "POOF" you have the perfect family dog.

Generally a mature dane isn't going to potty in the house, chew your favorite shoes, eat your kids legos or knock over their kids.

Whose the Man? Duke

Duke was returned to rescue due to a change at his adoptive home. Once a GDRNT Dog, always a GDRNT dog. If an adopter finds themselves unable to keep their dane, our contract says they come back. It doesn't happen often.

Duke is one of those dogs that has not met a heartbeat he didn't like. Everyone was a friend, especially kids. We always take adoption meetings slow, and set them up for success. But when Duke met this family, specifically the son... well that was it.. Duke picked his FURever family and they fell in love with him at first sight.

Lacey has Found her Cagney

Ok so the reference may be showing my age...

Walter the FURever Dog

I hate it when I get behind in FURever stories.. they are my favorite part of rescue.. so forgive me while we get caught up....


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