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8/02/2015

 

 

Available Dogs

 

Welcome to our available dog pages. To get information about a specific dog, click on the thumbnail image. To view different rows of thumbnail images, click on the numbers under the thumbnail images. To jump to a specific dog, click on the dog name at the bottom of the page that you would like to see.

  • Bella
    Bella is an approximate 5 year old black female with natural ears. She came into rescue because of issues with the other female Dane in her home. She is in a home with two male Danes and does well with them. Bella is very tolerant of her one foster brother who is fascinated by her and sniffs and licks her a lot. She does get overly excited by the cat in her foster home and will bark and try to chase the cat, so she shouldn’t be placed in a home with cats. She is now spayed and had a benign mammary tumor removed. Bella loves people. She wants to be near all people and just wants to be petted. She follows her foster parents everywhere. She also loves squeaky toys and wants to play fetch. She is a very sweet, loving girl. Bella knows some commands. She pulls on a leash, but is getting better at leash walking and a harness works well for her. She is very smart and can open doors with straight handles. She does not know how to open doors with traditional round knobs. She does love the couch but gets off when told. She is crate trained, but will whine a bit before she settles in the crate. She is trustworthy so far in the house if she is free to roam but will bark at some noises. Bella will need a home who will continue to work on her training and give her all the love and attention she craves. Bella came to MAGDRL in July 2015. (3)
  • Bill
    Additional Photos - updated 5/17/15
    Bill is looking for a foster home. Can you help?
    Bill is a 3 year old harlequin male with natural ears who is deaf. Bill came to MAGDRL along with another male Dane, Paul. MAGDRL was originally called in October about these 2 dogs when someone saw then on eBay Classified. We tried contacting the owner but she didn't want to work with rescue and felt she could better place the 2 of them. Since that time they had bounced from several homes and ended up in a shelter. The shelter personnel called us and said, "We hear you know about these 2 dogs", so they came into rescue. These boys are "BONDED" with each other. Even though Bill is deaf, its Paul that is the needy one and follows every move that Bill makes. He always has Bill in view and the boys will lie down and entwine their bodies together--its so cute. We heard that the both of them would get in the same crate to sleep. Both of the boys are house trained, they have good appetites and are eating Taste Of The Wild. Paul has tendency to play rough and will grab your arm or even hit you with his paw when playing. Both the boys have a lot of energy. They love the attention and Paul will lean into you once he has settled down when outside while Bill is exploring the yard. We were able to speak to one family that had the 2 of them for about 3 weeks and they probably would have kept them but Bill started to have an issue with their male Bulldog so they decided to re-home them. Due to this reason we feel its best that they are placed together in a home without other dogs. These dogs are not for a first time dog or Dane owner. They are very large and need training which will be part of the adoption contract. Just due to their size, and the fact that Bill is deaf, they won't be placed in a home with children younger than 12 years old. No fencing exceptions allowed, it must be a physical barrier fence. Bill came to MAGDRL in December 2014. (1)
    Update 3/15/15 - Bill is a love bug, he sleeps in a big ball with his face buried in his paws. He has a great appetite and has put on weight since coming into rescue. Bill loves to eat ice so you have to watch him as it can make him sick. He's deaf and really doesn't care if he's with another dog or not but he does well with his brother Paul. Bill is the quiet one and not a big player. He will chew on a bone from time to time but what he really enjoys is walking around the yard taking in all the smells. He really enjoys when you rub his face and loves to get his cookies at bedtime.
  • Bleu
    Additional Photos - updated 7/25/15
    Bleu is a calm and gentle 4 1/2 year old blue male with natural ears. He came to rescue due to an out of state move. Bleu has completed obedience and has wonderful manners. He gets along with small dogs and kids. Cats are an unknown. Larger male dogs have been an issue in the past but since he just got neutered things seem to be improving. Patience is key to introducing him to other dogs. Bleu is a total love bug who just wants to be near his people. He has some separation anxiety and cannot be in a crate but he is totally trustworthy in the house when you are not home. As long as he doesn’t feel confined he does really well. Due to his anxiety we think he would do better in a home where someone is home a lot, as it would help him to feel more secure. Bleu lived at a home with horses and he regularly attended horse shows. He was quite popular at the shows! He also lived with chickens and did a great job of protecting them against deer and foxes. Bleu currently is living with a larger female Dane and is adjusting well and trying to follow her lead. Bleu is calm and gentle and would be a great dog for a first time Dane owner. He is still quite active and loves to play with his favorite orange ball. Given this he will do best in a home with a fenced yard for him to play. Bleu came to MAGDRL in June 2015. (5)
    Update 7/24/15 - As Bleu has settled in he has also settled down. His foster home has learned that he prefers the couch to a dog bed and will very sweetly cuddle up right next to you. Bleu is not a big treat dog, but he has to check out everything his Dane sister gets (though he loves his chicken). He is super playful for his age. He constantly comes up to his foster mom with his ball or a tug toy throughout the day. He loves to go through the crate of toys and choose a new one to chew on. He has had no destructive tendencies in the house, and he has free roam the short time his foster mom is not at home. His favorite thing to do is to visit his foster mom's parents house because they have a big yard. He runs full out back and forth playing with his ball or chasing squirrels and other small animals. He loves to just sit outside and guard his territory. Currently, Bleu is staying in a condo and does his best to monitor the balcony, but he has a fearsome bark that could off-put neighbors. He really needs a yard to call his own. Bleu is dog reactive on our walks, but after he gets to know you, he is easily corrected, and if you take the time to let him calm down, he can meet other dogs well. He goes out on walks an average of five times per day (4-5 miles overall total) and still has a lot of energy for playing. Bleu does get really excited when he plays and does not pay attention to where he is stepping, so no children under 8. Bleu would do best in an active home with a large yard with someone home a lot of the time. He is an amazing dog that just loves attention and every person he meets.
  • Emma
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    Emma is a very sweet 2-2.5 year old black female with a few white spots and natural ears. She came from a family and got along with their young toddler and pre-teen children. She lived outside with a male dane, but has grown accustomed to living inside. She gets along with her 5 year old male dane foster brother and we haven't seen any signs of food or toy aggression. We are still working on her leash pull and 'sit,' but she easily goes to 'bed' (crate). On walks Emma doesn't bark at other dogs or people but does shy away from them. Currently weighing 100 pounds, she needs to put on some weight -- and though she doesn't like peanut butter or cheese, she loves hamburger! She loves affection and attention and is a very gentle Dane! Emma came to MAGDRL in July 2015. (5)
  • Gracie
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    Gracie is a 3 1/2 year old harlequin female with natural ears who loves to play and has a lot of puppy left in her! Due to her not knowing her size, she should not be placed with children under 8 years old. Gracie loves children, but she can just be too much for them sometimes. She loves playing with other dogs, and she would be best be places with another large dog to play with in her adoptive home. Gracie things everyone is her friend, and shows them that by giving big kisses and leans. She is a typical Velcro Dane, who also loves to cuddle. She is a counter surfer, and will steal people food, but is finicky about her dog food. She doesn't like to eat in the morning and doesn't like hard dog treats. Gracie does slobber on and chase the cat in her foster home, but would never intentionally hurt him. To try and keep her energy level down, Gracie's foster mom has been taking her for long walks. She's good on leash, and loves meeting new friends when she is out. Gracie is currently on antibiotics for a cyst that was between her toes. Both that cyst, and an old cyst that was on her chest, are healing nicely. Gracie is a healthy, happy girl who is looking for a family to take her on adventures. Gracie came to MAGDRL in April 2015. (2)
  • Hershey
    Additional Photos - updated 7/19/15
    Hershey is a 4 year old harlequin female with natural ears. She came to MAGDRL when she was found abandoned and tied to a light post in a parking lot after having puppies. Hershey was taken to her first vet visit and was diagnosed with having heartworm disease. Further testing revealed Hershey needs intense treatment to get rid of the heartworms and to prevent heart damage. She has begun treatment but has several months of treatment ahead of her. Hershey also needs to test heartworm negative before she can be spayed. The first few days in her foster home, Hershey was very confused and scared. From her initial reaction of growling and cowering when she sees men, we believe she’s encountered some not so nice men in her past. Hershey came to her foster home not knowing any commands or how to walk on a leash. She is slowly learning the world isn’t so scary. She now LOVES snuggle time with her foster parents. She is starting to show herself as a love bug more and more each day as she learns how to trust again. This sweet sweet girl has a lot to learn and a long road to recovery ahead of her. Please consider financially supporting Hershey to help offset the cost of treatment. Check back frequently for updates on Hershey!! Hershey came to MAGDRL in November 2014. (5)
    Update 2/3/15 - Hershey is now feeling very comfortable in her foster home. She is a silly girl who always wants to play; she loves to jump and roll around on the couch and floor. Despite being a Great Dane, Hershey truly believes she is an ‘under the table’ dog. Somehow she always crawls under the dinner table when her humans are eating or working. Hershey’s favorite things are still snuggling up with her foster parents and getting treats! In January, Hershey began her heartworm treatment. This was very difficult on her and it took her several days before she could even go potty without struggling in pain. Her foster parents were very worried about her but Hershey being the sweet girl she is, always reassured them that she was okay by giving them lots of kisses and nuzzles! Who was taking care of who?? Now Hershey is feeling all better from the first round of treatment. Unfortunately she cannot begin her next phase of heartworm treatment right now because of some minor gastrointestinal issues. Hershey is on the road to recovery but still has some significant hurdles to overcome before she is taken off medical hold. Please continue to support Hershey in her recovery both financially and with positive thoughts!
    Update 5/4/15 - Hershey is now off medical hold, but still needs to be spayed and have several teeth extracted. This will happen after a heartworm test comes back clean. The heartworm test will take place in June. This winter Hershey was also diagnosed with whipworms which causes on and off gastrointestinal issues. She is almost finished with the whipworm treatment which will hopefully completely clear up the GI issues. In her foster home, Hershey is an only dog with no children or cats. As Hershey is looking for her forever home, she is also looking for a canine sibling who will play with her and show her the ropes of her forever home. Hershey is crate trained and stays in her crate while her foster parents are at work. We’ve not tested her with cats and she hasn’t been around small children so we’re saying no cats or young children. Hershey has made amazing strides in her confidence and with proper introductions, enjoys having both canine and human company over! Hershey enjoys jogging with her foster parents, playing at the dog park, and playing catch with her bone. Don’t be fooled, this active girl also loves giving kisses and snuggle time with her foster parents!
    Update 6/14/15 - Hershey had a clean heartworm test, so she was neutered this past week. She is doing well, and is no longer a rescue in need!
    Update 7/7/15 - Hershey is fully recovered from her spay! While she was in surgery for her spay, she also was going to have several teeth pulled due to severe damage. During the operation the vet saw the damage was more extensive than anticipated so Hershey needs go back to have the dental work finished in a couple weeks. Hershey had continuously suffered from some gastrointestinal issues since she came into rescue but we have confirmed she is allergic to chicken and believe she is also allergic to beef. Currently she eats a novel protein kibble and takes a probiotic supplement every day. This change to her diet, as well as carefully monitoring treats, seems to have relieved the GI issues! In June Hershey attended a large event for MAGDRL and did a great job meeting lots of adults and children. Hershey has grown so much during her 8 months in rescue. She came into rescue abandoned and abused but she now knows she is a princess and has lots of love to give to anyone within licking distance. Hershey is ready to find her forever family who is ready for lots of play time and plenty of snuggles too!
  • Joanie
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    Joanie is on medical hold.
    Joanie is a gorgeous 3 year old fawn female fawn with natural ears. Her family was moving and couldn’t take her with them. She is a high energy girl that needs a fenced in space to run and play. Joanie loves all the attention she can get but is happy to spend time by herself and doesn't need to be crated when left alone. She is very trustworthy and can always be trusted in the house. She loves to ride in the front or back of a car with her head in your lap and drinks out of the bathroom faucet. She does not get up on the furniture or beds unless invited and prefers her own bed next to ours. Joanie knows several commands such as sit, stay, come, down and wait but she can be head strong at times and must be reminded of what proper behavior is. After two weeks in her foster home Joanie accepted them unconditionally and is a real pleasure to have in their family. She is “food friendly”, i.e. you can put your hand in her dish when she is eating. Joanie is very strong and must be on a short leash for control as she will rush to meet new people and dogs and must be kept by your side until she calms down. We ask her sit and wait until the new person or dog approaches. Joanie is very friendly to everyone especially female adults. She is tentative around younger children at first but then loves to run and play with them but is unaware of her size and strength and will “mouth” their hands and arms as they run. She loves this! She will plays with smaller dogs but then is unaware of her size and strength. Ms. J. as we sometimes call her has seen cats at the vet’s office and really doesn’t care anything about them. As far as squirrels and rabbits, she is interested in them but doesn’t offer to chase them unless they run in front of her.. and then it's game on! She loves to look out windows and “woof” as passers go by. Joanie has some severe allergies and won't be up for adoption till we can figure out what is causing them. She had some large dark spots on her back and her ears were red and enflamed, when she first came into rescue. Her paws will sometimes swell and she gets red and swollen between her toes and her pads will get bloody. This has also happened with her muzzle in the beginning, but we think we figured out that this was caused by the soap and fabric softener that was used to clean her bed. She's on meds and limited food to see if its food, seasonal or a contact allergy. Joanie will have a training contract as part of her adoption requirement and will only be placed with children ages 10+ and she gets too excited around young children. Joanie came to MAGDRL in June 2015. (1)
  • Juno
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    Juno is a 3 year old brindle male with natural ears. He came to rescue from a shelter, but we know who his owner is so we were able to get a lot of information on his history. Juno walks like a dream on leash. He moved in with his foster family and grew attached to his foster father very quickly. He is just now coming around to showing that same attachment to his foster mom. He follows them like shadows and never lets them out of his sight, showing a little bit of separation anxiety. Juno has started to open up and act more like a dog, but he's still scared of people he doesn't know and will shy away and still get scared if his foster parents or anyone around him moves to fast. Juno is house broken and loves going outside for walks. He's not to happy around small dogs and puppies... They seem to annoy him and even appears to be a bit afraid of them. But Juno does like medium to large size older dogs to run around with. He loves to show how much he loves you by leaning on you 24/7 and laying on top you when you sit still for a little.. he thinks he's a small boy! Juno came to MAGDRL in July 2015. (5)
  • Paul
    Additional Photos - updated 5/17/15
    Paul is looking for a foster home. Can you help?
    Paul is a 3 year old harlequin male with natural ears. Paul came to MAGDRL along with another male Dane, Bill. MAGDRL was originally called in October about these 2 dogs when someone saw then on eBay Classified. We tried contacting the owner but she didn't want to work with rescue and felt she could better place the 2 of them. Since that time they had bounced from several homes and ended up in a shelter. The shelter personnel called us and said, "We hear you know about these 2 dogs", so they came into rescue. These boys are "BONDED" with each other. Even though Bill is deaf, its Paul that is the needy one and follows every move that Bill makes. He always has Bill in view and the boys will lie down and entwine their bodies together--its so cute. We heard that the both of them would get in the same crate to sleep. Both of the boys are house trained, they have good appetites and are eating Taste Of The Wild. Paul has tendency to play rough and will grab your arm or even hit you with his paw when playing. Both the boys have a lot of energy. They love the attention and Paul will lean into you once he has settled down when outside while Bill is exploring the yard. We were able to speak to one family that had the 2 of them for about 3 weeks and they probably would have kept them but Bill started to have an issue with their male Bulldog so they decided to re-home them. Due to this reason we feel its best that they are placed together in a home without other dogs. These dogs are not for a first time dog or Dane owner. They are very large and need training which will be part of the adoption contract. Just due to their size, and the fact that Bill is deaf, they won't be placed in a home with children younger than 12 years old. Paul came to MAGDRL in December 2014. (1)
    Update 3/15/15 - Paul is a VERY playful boy and can get rough. He doesn't know the boundaries of what is appropriate when playing be it with a dog or person and has on a few occasions grabbed the foster dad's arm and try to drag him down to play. This isn't aggression, its just the way he plays as he wasn't taught what was acceptable and boundaries. Paul gets jealous of Bill especially if Paul is with you and Bill comes over, he wants all the attention. He is house trained, has a great appetite and has gained weight since coming into rescue. Paul is a needy boy who is a loud talker and likes to be the center of attention. He's a good boy, he just needs someone who can devote the time into training him and being consistent with training. He will be a wonderful companion with the right person.
  • Pepper
    Additional Photos - updated 4/25/15
    Pepper is a 5 year old beautiful tall mantle girl with cropped ears. One is flopped which gives her great character. Pepper is a very affectionate and loving girl. She was returned after being adopted and placed in a foster home with 6 children, she is doing great with them there. Pepper does have her quirks, she stresses when left alone. She will rip up any "bags" left in her reach. Her foster home has figured this out and is careful about it, as well as hiding treats and toys for her to find. This has worked well. She is doing great with the boundaries set for her and is learning "stay" as well as reinforcing all of her obedience commands. Pepper has lived with other dogs and is selective about who she likes and dislikes, so she is best as an only dog, but can probably live in peace with a laid back confident large male. Pepper has not lived with cats and will not be placed with any. Pepper came back to MAGDRL in March 2014. (3)
    Update 4/25/15 - Pepper is now 6 years old and she is a very sweet female who just adores her people!! Pepper has moved to a new foster home because the youngest child in her previous foster home started having issues with her asthma. This was very sad for Pepper and they hated to see her go. But she is doing wonderfully in her new home and they love her. She is their constant shadow and is always looking for pets and affection. Her foster home has been working on crate training her with a large vari-kennel as she hates a wire crate, so far this is going very well. Pepper will stress if left alone for long periods so a crate will help with this. Her foster home is also working on leaving her for short periods at a time. She has been going for lots of walks in town for socialization and is doing well with it. Pepper is selective with other dogs and is not good with anything small that runs. She would be best as an only dog with someone who is home often. She has been waiting a long time for a forever family and we hope she finds one soon. And she is so pretty! We hope her forever family finds her soon!
  • Rabbit
    Additional Photos - updated 4/25/15
    Rabbit is looking for a foster home. Can you help?
    Rabbit is a 2 year old harlequin vision impaired female with natural ears who came to rescue after fighting with other dogs in her home. When Rabbit came into rescue she weighed 81 pounds. Now that she is eating regular meals she has put on 10 pounds in a very short time. Rabbit is very timid of new things as she has peripheral vision issues so things that come from the side or rear cause her to startle. She requires a home that will work slowly with her to be comfortable; once she warms up to you she is all loves. Rabbit will sit for treats and is extremely treat motivated. She has gone from being a dog that did not want touches to a allowing a full body exam within in a few weeks. We will be evaluating dogs and cats within the next week. At this time we don't recommend cats or other dogs. Rabbit came to MAGDRL in October 2014. (2)
    Update 2/22/15 - Rabbit has been in a kennel now for awhile, and while she is doing well there, she would really like to have a home to call her own. She has been learning her basic obedience commands, but she would do much better if she was either in a foster home or an adoptive home where she had constant reinforcement of what her queues are supposed to be. She is a lover and still just a big goofy puppy!
  • Rocco
    Additional Photos - updated 5/17/15
    Rocco is a 4 year old mostly white male with natural ears. He is deaf and has some vision impairment, but this doesn't seem to hinder him at all. Rocco was rehomed with another dog when his owner lost his farm due to increased land taxes. His original vet paperwork said that he was positive for Lyme, but was never treated for it. He came into rescue with Giardia and had a nasty ear infection with yeast in both ears. He's on medication for both and is doing well. In addition, Rocco was very thin when he came in to rescue, but he's making up for it now and is getting 3-4 meals a day. He loves his food and if you put his medication in pill pockets there is no problem. Rocco is house broken and sleeps all night. He enjoys having his breakfast before going out in the morning. He is a very smart boy and fast learner and seems to adapt to any situation quickly. Rocco loves to be anywhere you are. We haven't seen any problems with him with other dogs both large and small. It is unknown how he is with kids so we won't place him in a home with children under 12 years of age. He is unknown with cats. Rocco will need to placed with a large female that can handle his rough play. He will not be placed in a home with a fencing exception due to him being deaf. Rocco came to MAGDRL in October 2014. (1)
    Update 1/15/15 - Rocco is a love bug but he doesn't know his own size. His ear infections are gone as is the Giardia. He was retested for Lyme and it was so low that they felt he didn't need to be treated. Rocco was in a foster home and was getting along with the other foster Dane in the home as they both like to play rough and body slam, but as they both started to get settled in the home the female Dane started to go after Rocco without any provocation. Rocco is a gentleman and would just walk away and not challenge her. We thought it was best to move him out of the home as he's so sweet that we didn't think it was fair to him. The foster home he was in had cats but they stayed upstairs and Rocco would stay at the bottom of the stirs and watch then, so we really don't know how he'd be with cats. We did have someone come to meet him with a female mix that was medium in size but he was too much for her. Rocco needs to be placed with a large female Dane that likes to play and isn't too old to keep up with him.
    Update 3/15/15 - Rocco is full of life and loves to play even if its just by himself! He does play rough with other dogs so he needs a female dog that will put up with his antics and is large enough to handle his playing as he'll play till he's dead tired. Rocco loves to get his cookies before going to bed and he sleeps all thru the night. Being that he's deaf Rocco needs to have a routine as this makes it easier for him. He has a great appetite. He's house trained and really enjoys getting rubbed all over and of course getting as many hugs as he can get.
  • Ruger
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    Ruger is a 4 year old merle male with natural ears and beautiful camo colored eyes. He came to rescue after being left in a shelter. Ruger loves people and is affectionate. He greets everyone with wiggles and rubs his head on you like a cat. When he is happy he spins in crazy circles like a pup. Ruger is very picky about what dogs he likes, it has taken almost three weeks but he is finally getting along with his foster Dane brother and sister and is even learning to play with them now. He would do amazing as an only dog, the perfect fit for someone looking for a best friend. Ruger did well with a cat in the shelter foster home he was in before coming to rescue. He does do well in a family setting. He was a little nervous and jumpy when he first came into our noisy high traffic home, but now its old hat to him he just needed a little reassurance and patience. I would not recommend him go with smaller children. Ruger loves to go for walks and rides, he dances when he sees you get his leash. He is exceptional to handle. He takes a bath, gets his ears cleaned, nails clipped, had blood taken at the vet like a champ! He was like that from the first day he went into his foster home. He does have some anxiety when left alone, and should be crated for his security and comfort. He loves meal time and will again do his dance for that but will sit patiently to be given the command to eat. He knows and follows the command no when you want him to stop doing something and will give you a high five or ten for treats. We haven’t found much that Ruger won’t eat. He gets peanut butter sandwiches everyday along with whatever his sweet head tilt face can sucker anyone out of. Ruger was brought in extremely underweight at 84 pounds but he is now at 108 pounds and climbing. He could probably stand to gain another 10 to 15 pounds. He does not seem to have any stomach problems, he eats well and poops well. He tested positive for Lymes and is currently being treated for it. We are sure that after treatment, weight gain, and a loving family Ruger is going to transform even more into the awesome puppy he was meant to be. Obedience training will be a requirement of Ruger's adoption. Ruger came to MAGDRL in June 2015. (4)
  • Shaq
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    Shaq is a strikingly handsome 3 year old male heavily marked harlequin with natural ears. He was given up by a family who just could not handle him as he is a very active strong young boy. His foster home has been working with him on manners and leash walking and he has come a long way in that area. Shaq will need someone who can continue to work on his training. Obedience training will be a condition of his adoption and someone who is up for the task of handling a young active very large Dane. He will need time and patience integrating with another dog in his home. He has a history of escaping his original home so secure fencing is a must for his adoption. He will only be placed with female dogs, medium to large sized and no small children as he is just too rough for them, but he just may prefer to be an only dog. Once he settles, he will be an awesome companion. Shaq came to MAGDRL in November of 2014. (3)
    Update 1/10/15 - Shaq is back in MAGDRL after showing us that he can be selective with the dogs he likes. He does great with the medium sized female retriever mix in his foster home, but did not like the female Dane in his adoptive home. So Shaq is once again looking for his forever family. He is very much people oriented and loves his person(s), but he needs slow intros with other dogs and may or may not choose to live happily with them.
  • Simba
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    Simba is a 1 year old heavily marked harlequin male Dane mix with natural ears that is incredibly sweet, energetic, friendly, and out going. He is a typical puppy that will need to work with a trainer to learn how to settle down, be more relaxed, get some good exercise and structure. Simba is learning how to walk in leash and picking up his basic commands. He is good with other dogs and is currently living with two female and two male Danes in his foster home. He is good with children; however he does lose sight of his personal size and may knock small ones over if you aren't paying attention. Cats are unknown. This boy is going to make a wonderful companion for some very lucky person. Simba came to MAGDRL in April 2015. (2)
  • Aries - Courtesy
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    Aries is a courtesy listing.
    Please contact your local coordinator for more information on him.
    Aries is a 5 year old black male with natural ears. He is a handsome and strong dog who will benefit from an experienced, large dog-savvy home. He has recently shown leash-aggression to other dogs at the rescue center, so a home with no other pets and no children please. He would do best in a home with adults and a large fenced yard. He loves to lean and spend time with people. This dog can only be adopted within the Washington DC metro area, which includes DC and parts of MD. (5)

    MAGDRL occasionally lists danes that are available for adoption through another rescuer, shelter or individual. These danes have not been evaluated by MAGDRL, and MAGDRL makes no representation about the dane or the rescuer. Adoptions of courtesy listings do not follow MAGDRL's adoption process, and any proceeds do not normally go to MAGDRL. Adoption fees are at the discretion of the individual or rescuer.
  • Bella - Courtesy
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    Bella is a courtesy listing.
    Please contact your local coordinator for more information on her.
    Bella is a 2 1/2 year old spayed female Dane who is healthy, active, playful, and friendly. She knows basic commands and is eager to learn more. She will go into a crate if you have one. She loves cuddles (like a true Dane!) And loves zooming around the yard. She walks well on a leash but must be in a home with a yard (she loves to run). Bella does well with kids, cats, and most dogs, but prefers to be the queen! She had a disagreement with another female Dane but nobody saw who started it! She would make a great addition to a Dane savvy family. (5)

    MAGDRL occasionally lists danes that are available for adoption through another rescuer, shelter or individual. These danes have not been evaluated by MAGDRL, and MAGDRL makes no representation about the dane or the rescuer. Adoptions of courtesy listings do not follow MAGDRL's adoption process, and any proceeds do not normally go to MAGDRL. Adoption fees are at the discretion of the individual or rescuer.
  • Perry - Courtesy
    Perry is a courtesy listing.
    Please contact your local coordinator for more information on him.
    Perry is an approximately 4-5 year old Labrador/Great Dane mix. He is very sweet, mellow, just wants to be loved! He is large, about 90 pounds Yet listens well (with love!) Loves walks and lounging. Perry was in a shelter in Bahamas for the last year and a half. He was taken from a home who kept him outside in a wooden box that had been made instead of crate and had no walks. Yet he came out with a loving, gentle attitude. He has all vaccines, is neutered, and is in great health.

    MAGDRL occasionally lists danes that are available for adoption through another rescuer, shelter or individual. These danes have not been evaluated by MAGDRL, and MAGDRL makes no representation about the dane or the rescuer. Adoptions of courtesy listings do not follow MAGDRL's adoption process, and any proceeds do not normally go to MAGDRL. Adoption fees are at the discretion of the individual or rescuer.
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good with cats

no cats

cats unknown


good with dogs

female dogs only

male dogs only

large dogs only

small dogs only

no other dogs

dogs unknown


good with kids

kids 8+ only

kids 10+ only

kids 12+ only

no kids

kids unknown


deaf

special needs