Available for Adoption

Available Dogs

Welcome to our available dogs page. If you are interested in adopting, please read through our adoption procedures and then contact your local coordinator. We do not hold a dog for a potential adopter while they are going through the adoption process. Already approved adopters have priority over potential adopters going through the adoption process. If you would like to adopt from MAGDRL, but do not see a dog you are currently interested in, we recommend going through the process anyway as we are continually bringing in new dogs. Adoption approvals are good for one year.

Bentley

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Cats: Good with cats
Dogs: Good with other dogs
Children: Good with children

Bentley is currently on medical hold.

Bentley is a 4 year old fawn male with natural ears who is sweet and laid back. He has some health issues that need to be addressed before he will be available for adoption. Bentley will be on meds for the next month to clear up a skin condition (most likely a flea or skin allergy). He is also being treated for Lyme, hookworm and an ear infection. His meds are already working and his skin is clearing up. We are hoping that he will healthy enough to be neutered soon. We will not be recruiting for an adopter for him until he is closer to being medically cleared. Bentley came to MAGDRL in July 2017. (5)

Update 7/12/17 – Bentley is happiest when he is with his family. He loves to walk around the house with you and is most content just to be in the room while family members are working or watching television. He enjoys going for walks and is getting better on his leash. Bentley also likes playing fetch and tug of war. As he is starting to feel better he is becoming more playful. He even knows how to shake! Bentley is becoming comfortable being in his crate when he is left alone. He is vocal about telling his people that he does not like being left alone when he knows his people are in the house. He is good with strangers, and is very gentle with small children (just spent 5 days with a 4 year old, 6 year old and a baby). He acclimated well to a house full of people (10 people over a weekend). Bentley is currently living with a female shepherd and they get along wonderfully. He is a sweet boy with a gentle soul and will be a great addition to a family.

Burley

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Cats: Unknown with cats
Dogs: Good with other medium to large sized dogs
Children: 8+ years old

Burley is a 7 year old merle male Dane with natural ears who has come back to MAGDRL after his family relocated and started a new family. Burley is very good with small children but when excited could knock them down or step on them so he was returned. Burley is living in a foster home with a senior female Dane. They are still learning each other, and while not engaging in much play yet, there have been no issues between them. Burley is a typical Velcro Dane who loves his people. He has a bad hind leg that never developed properly, and is very arthritic, but it does not slow him down. He is a rough player so probably best if not placed in a home with small children or small dogs. He has no history with cats. Burley has a history of visiting doggie daycare frequently so has been well socialized with other dogs. He is crate trained and walks well on a leash. He eats his meals near his foster sister with no food aggression issues. His foster home is working on his basic obedience commands and giving him the structure and boundaries he needs. Burley came back to MAGDRL in October 2016. (7)

Update 6/13/17 – Burley has settled into his foster home nicely. He has discovered the female Dane in the house is quite fun to play with, and they have become good buddies. Burley is crate trained. Although he has a bad hind leg that didn’t develop properly, he runs and plays with his jolly ball or really any ball. He does play rough but will settle down if told. He’s good at feeding time but does get a little excited. Burley does not appear to like small dogs, mostly he doesn’t like when they bark at him. He seems to have a little too much interest in cats. Burley would be great as an only dog or with a large female dog. He is a true Velcro Dane and follows his foster mom everywhere. He a sweet good boy who just wants to be loved.

Chaos

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Cats: Good with cats
Dogs: Good with other large dogs
Children: Good with children

Chaos is a sweet, handsome 5 year old black male with natural ears, rescued from a shelter one year ago by someone who had no luck rehoming him, so she surrendered him to MAGDRL. It is unclear why he was originally given up. Chaos is all puppy, he is very active and playful and had little to no manners when he first arrived in his foster home. Chaos is catching up on things like going for walks around the neighborhood and car rides to PetSmart… and boy does he loves car rides! Most of all Chaos loves his people. He follows his foster mom everywhere and sits next to her all day while she works in her office. He especially loves his kids and will lay next to his teenage foster sister, wrapping his arms around her when she falls asleep on the floor next to him. Chaos has learned so much since coming to his foster home. He is learning his manners and commands. He is a sensitive soul who is very motivated by praise although another of his greatest motivations is his LOVE for string cheese. He is working hard at learning basic training. He knows sit, down, leave it and is getting pretty good at stay. Even though he could easily step over them, he has learned to honor the baby gates in his foster home. Chaos is working on being a gentleman when walking on the leash but he still has a hard time controlling his excitement when seeing another dog. Right now he wears a Halti when going outside for walks which helps him keep focused on his person. It seems like Chaos never learned to play with toys or balls and doesn’t have much interest in those things. He prefers to play with other dogs or people. His big bouncy personality can be too much for some other dogs and he would love to have a friend who likes to play as much as he does. Chaos does get nervous when his people are not home and will bark a lot during that time. His foster mom is working on this but it may be best if he was not in an apartment with neighbors who might complain. Chaos would prefer a home with a playful doggie sibling who he could romp with but most of all he wants a loving family who will appreciate his goofiness and continue to teach him all he needs to know about the world. Chaos came to MAGDRL in January 2017. (3)

Fred

Additional Photos – updated 6/4/17

Cats: Unknown with cats
Dogs: Unknown with other dogs
Children: 12+ years old

Fred is a Rescue In Need

Fred is an approximately 4-5 year old mantle marked merle male who came into rescue from a shelter. He is the sweetest boy who just wants to be with you. You can see he wasn’t treated well in his past as his nails were so long that his toes were splayed apart and he was walking back on his heels. He has numerous area’s on his legs and paws that have pressure sores. Fred has been with us less than a week when he stopped eating, had a fever of 106.6 (normal for a dog is between 101 – 102.5) and has a heavy mucus running from his nose. This literally happened within an hour’s time between times when his the foster mom had seen him. Fred is currently in an emergency vet. They started IV’s and are doing tests to see what he really has as this doesn’t seem to be kennel cough. Please send good thoughts for Fred, he’s such a good boy. Current vetting estimates for Fred are between $1,300 – $1,700. Fred came to MAGDRL in April 2017. (1)

Update 6/4/17 – Fred has come along way since he came into rescue. He looks and feels so much better. Fred has been neutered and it took a while as he needed to be kept quite, but he had other ideas and he wanted to play. He’s a high energy boy and can be a bit barky at times. The Vets office fell in love with him as he’s very social and would greet everyone in the office. Fred does pull on a leash and doesn’t seem to know too many commands. He knows “sit” but he seems to preoccupied with everything around him, so a training contract will be included with his adoption. Fred is very affectionate with his foster parents. He can be mouthy but never applies any pressure. He will jump up near you but not on you. He seems to be starved for attention and we’ve been limited on testing him with other dogs as the Vet wanted to keep him quiet after his hospitalization and his neuter. The shelter said that when they tested him off leash with a female dog that he showed a soft body language but he has proven with us to have a bouncy body language that might not be accepted by other dogs. They also tested him off leash with a male dog and he showed a soft and social body language but the other dog was uncomfortable so they were not introduced. One thing we are sure of is that Fred is not for a first time dog or Dane owner. We will continue to work with him to see how he is with other dogs.

Update 6/30/17 – Fred continues to improve, he’s healthy now and his sores on his legs have healed. He’s a happy boy but sometimes gets so excited that he forgets how big he is and will grab your hand or arm with his mouth and wants to hold you. Its not that he’s biting you, but he is mouthy and big so we are trying to redirect his behavior by giving him a toy to mouth on. Fred has a LOUD bark which can be very intimidating to a first time dog owner, he also will bark at other dogs but his body language isn’t aggressive. We did try a slow introduction with Fred an Suzy and both dogs sniffed each other and then walked away. He is a work in progress and really wants to please but sometimes his excitement gets the best of him.

Jaeger

Additional Photos – updated 5/7/17

Cats: Not good with cats
Dogs: Good with large female dogs
Children: 12+ years old

Jaeger is an energetic 5 year old male merle with natural ears who turns heads and stops cars with his stunning good looks. He came into rescue because his family was moving. He will follow you everywhere, but once he learns that you can’t escape out a trap door in the bathroom, he’s willing to wait patiently outside the door. He loves to lean and have his velvety soft, glossy coat stroked. He likes belly rubs (and cheese, ice cubes, and pizza) and sleeping with his blanky. As exuberant as he can be, he takes treats with exceeding gentleness. Jaeger is bomb-proof with noises and even stood right next to his foster dad to watch him use a sawzall. Having grown up without consistent rules or training, Jaeger is very anxious around people he doesn’t know. He never had a strong leader to direct and guide him. His foster family has been working with him on these challenges by creating positive introductions with people so that he can come to understand that there is no need for anxiety. He is super alert and intelligent, and is responding wonderfully to firm, consistent rules in place and has already come a long way. His foster family has also been working on basic training: sit, down, stay, back, and learning how to walk nicely on a leash. He’s a very quick learner and delights in receiving praise when he “gets it right.” Jaeger is very devoted and loves being with his family, so he would be happiest being in a home with family that’s around a lot. His foster family has been working with him on his feelings of anxiousness when they leave; he responds very well to calming music in their absence. He came from a family that had another large female dog and they got along well together. Jaeger does have a strong prey drive and has never lived with small children, so he will not be placed with any small children or small animals. Jaeger needs a Dane experienced or large breed savvy home to continue working with him on his training and helping to build his trust and self confidence. He would do best in a quieter home, he would not do well in an active household with many people in and out. He would be fine as an only dog in the home, as long as he was not left for long periods. Jaeger came to MAGDRL in January 2017. (3)

Update 3/4/17 – Jaeger has been with his foster family for 2 months now and they have continued working with him on new commands and adding more social situations. He loves walking several miles every day with his foster mom. People always want to stop and talk when they see him. He’s getting very good at obeying the command, “Leave it” when he sees squirrels on his walks. He can be excited to meet another dog and would love to play. He’s been neutered and pexied and has become very playful since he feels more settled. He likes to play hard and would probably enjoy living with another large dog. He likes burrowing his head into people to get loved on and does ‘the lean’ with perfection.

Update 5/6/17 – Jaeger has calmed down nicely since his neuter, but has retained his energetic personality. He’s always ready to play! He loves being outdoors with his family and likes to run around with his jolly ball or lie contentedly in the yard, sphinx-style. Inside, Jaeger is willing to help with whatever you’re working on, especially if it’s in the kitchen! He drinks from his water bowl, but much prefers to drink fresh running water from the sink. Jaeger is a happy, affectionate boy.

Update 6/10/17 – Jaeger went to stay at another foster home for the weekend while his foster family was away. He stayed with two other dogs, a Dane and a lab mix and he did wonderfully with both of them. The two other dogs are female, both very nice. He was friendly with the visitors who he met while there, and was a perfect gentleman. It is amazing he is still in rescue. He is so handsome and wants to please, hoping his forever home is out there and will find him soon.

Lily

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Cats: Unknown with cats
Dogs: Good with other dogs
Children: Good with children

Lily is a sweet 18 week old (DOB 3/18/17) black female Great Dane puppy with natural ears, probably a mix. We do know that Lily’s mother was a purebred Great Dane, however we are unsure about her father. Lily is housebroken and crate trained. She lives with her foster Mom and a 5 year old male Great Dane foster brother. She loves to do zoomies and wrestle with her foster brother. She is learning boundaries and responds well to correction when she gets too excited. She is very affectionate to dogs (male, female, large and small) as well as the men, women and children she’s met on leashed walks. She is also teething and needs lots of chew toys to satisfy that need. Lily will need a family committed to continuing her training and socialization and a basic obedience training class will be a condition of her adoption. She is too young to be spayed so she will require a spay agreement and deposit as well. She will only be placed in a home with a fenced yard. If you are looking for a super cute Dane baby with lots of energy and puppy kisses to give AND you have lots of love, patience and time to give, then Lily is your girl! Lily came to MAGDRL in July 2017. (3)

Otis

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Cats: Not good with cats
Dogs: Good with medium to large dogs
Children: 8+ years old

Otis is a sweet, handsome 6 year old fawn male with natural ears. We don’t know why he was originally given up by his family but he must have not been exposed to many things previously. He is timid around new people and things, and is easily startled by noises. His muscle tone was poor, probably from spending too much time being crated, but with regular exercise, this is improving. He is learning to play with balls, and while he’s not very adept at it yet, he does enjoy it. Otis has been in two foster households since coming in, and integrated easily into both. He doesn’t seem to have any issues with other dogs, besides being a bit clumsy and not having the best sense of personal space. He takes treats gently with a very soft mouth. He’s sensitive to corrections, very well behaved, and knows several commands. Even when the other dogs around him get excited, he does not react or bark. He has however, reacted when he saw a fox in the yard next door and seems to have a prey drive. Otis enjoys going out to play in the yard and out for walks and he walks well on a leash. He is a pretty youthful 6 year old. Mostly, he enjoys following his people around. While the other dogs stay in the sunniest room in the house, he prefers to be wherever his people are. Otis is a very easy dog and an absolute pleasure to have around. We have no history of him with cats or small children so we won’t place him with any. And because of his timidity, he would do best in a quieter home. Otis came to MAGDRL in January 2017. (3)

Update 6/13/17 – Otis is a real sweetheart; he’s always happy to see us, very affectionate and expressive. He loves to “help” me do my back exercises on the floor. He’s fine with the other dogs, but spends plenty of time apart from them. He’s still very timid, especially outside. Otis is cautious meeting new people, but is fine as long as they let him approach. When something frightens him, he backs up quickly, so it’s best not to stand behind him. He is a very sensitive dog with a wonderful temperament.

Phoebe

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Cats: Good with cats
Dogs: Good with other dogs, male preferred
Children: Good with children
Other: Phoebe is deaf

Phoebe is a sweet 5 year old white female Great Dane with cropped ears who was given up for fighting with the other female Dane in her home. She might seem shy at first meeting you but as soon as you shake your hands she knows everything is OK and greets you with a wagging tail. Phoebe can be a couch potato but loves going on her walks and walks well on a leash. She seems happier when she’s outside by your side, but she does not mind being left alone once settled in her home. Phoebe is housebroken and trust worthy with no need for confinement in a crate. Phoebe is living with a foster sister who is a lab mix and they are very compatible. She is such an easy going girl and once you meet her you will fall in love with her. Phoebe came to MAGDRL in February 2017. (3)

Update 3/26/17 – Phoebe has settled in nicely in her foster home and gets along great with her playful submissive lab mix foster sister. She does get anxious when left for long hours and evidenced by a video camera while foster mom is at work. She will do best in a home with another canine (a hearing one) for company and one where her humans are not gone for long hours. She loves her walks and just being with her foster mom relaxing at home.

Rabbit

Additional Photos – updated 1/31/16

Cats: Unknown
Dogs: Good with other dogs
Children: 8+ years old
Other: Rabbit is vision impaired

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!

Update 1/27/16 – Rabbit has been in a foster home for about 5 months, and house living suits her just fine! Some of Rabbit’s favorite comforts in life are curling up on the couch, running for an ice cube when she hears the ice dispenser, spending hours stretched out in the sun, dragging her blanket around with her, and playing with 1 (or 3) of her squeak toys. She will still have the occasional housebreaking accident, but those are few and far between. Obedience training is easy with Rabbit. She is motivated by food and even more by praise. Rabbit loves her foster mom and dad, but that was hard-earned trust. Rabbit is fearful of strangers and responds with barking and growling. Left unguarded and without steady reassurance, she will try to nip to warn people out of her space, but she’s working to overcome her jitters because she’s a lover at heart. Her foster mom and dad can give her big bear hugs, play with her ears, clip her nails, and bathe her with no signs of aggression. Rabbit wants a forever home that understands life started rough and that she needs lots of patience and someone to help her keep building her confidence. She’d do best in a home that doesn’t have a ton of visitors and that doesn’t travel too much. There are no children in her foster home, but Rabbit does have quite the kid’s fan club in the neighborhood and is not fearful of that size human. She seeks attention from the kids even when they approach on bikes or with flapping mittens. Rabbit has been getting along great from day one with the dog in her foster home. They both enjoy vigorous wrestling matches. Rabbits also loves going to the dog park to burn off energy and gets along well with her doggie friends there. She’d probably do best in a home with a dog buddy because Rabbit has occasional separation anxiety. She does great without being crated while mom and dad are at work, but occasionally if she’s left in the evening, she will chew up off-limits items. Crating has not been the solution for her anxiety because she gets anxious in the crate. Rabbit thrives on routine and does best when her foster home is having a quiet week that she can predict. Overall, Rabbit has a heart of gold but needs a patient owner to help her reveal it. She genuinely wants to please people and make friends. Given time, she’s a tail-wagging, goofy, energetic (in bursts) dog. She’ll follow “her” people around like a shadow and take every belly rub and “good girl” she can get.

Sophie

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Cats: Good with cats
Dogs: Not good with other dogs
Children: Unknown with children

Sophie is an approximately 4 year old fawn female with natural ears who is an absolute sweetheart and may be a mix. She came into rescue due to not getting along with the dog she lived with. Although we feel she was not the aggressor in the situation, she would do best as an only dog. Sophie can be around other dogs but she should not live with other dogs. She is a very Velcro dog and wants all the attention to herself! She loves lounging around the house with her family and is very willing to please. She is being worked with to walk on a leash nicely, she will walk nicely on a leash after a short while she just tends to be very excited to go on a walk or ride in the car so she pulls. She is extremely food motivated and will do just about anything to get a treat or get a bite of food. Her foster home is currently trying to work on having her lose a few pounds as she is slightly overweight. Sophie is not very excited about toys but she likes to play, and enjoys playing in a yard and going on walks. She is currently being housed in her foster home with a cat and does very well with the cat. The cat chases her around the house a lot of times and she just runs from him. She absolutely can not be crated for any reason, or kenneled when the family goes away as she has a severe anxiety due to her past. She would do best in a home with someone that either does not go away on vacation or if they do have someone that can come and house-sit for them. She does very well being left alone and not getting into anything besides the garbage. She loves to root through the garbage and see if there’s anything in there for her! She does great with strangers as well, though she barks and seems scary when they come over. She’s just making sure that they are safe! As long as the guests just ignore her and give her time to sniff them, she is great! Anyone would be lucky to have a great girl like Sophie! Sophie came to MAGDRL in January 2017. (2)

Update 6/30/17 – Sophie is patiently waiting for her forever home. This loveable girl absolutely loves her foster family, however she is in dire need of a stable household to call her own. She is great with cats and other small animals. She does prefer being an only dog. She loves to spend time lounging on the couch and just being around her family. She does not like water, she typically will try to avoid it at all costs. Sophie loves to explore the great outdoors. Her favorite activity is riding in the car and of course eating. Her foster family has been working with her meeting strangers and she has been doing very well. She barks to let everyone know that they people are there and then she quickly warms up to everyone she meets. This sweet girl is slowly learning to trust her family and realize not everyone is bad. Although she may not be a purebred great Dane, you will never meet a sweeter more loveable dog! She loves to snuggle up to you and even hugs you with her leg when she misses you. Won’t you open your home and hearts for beautiful Sophie?

Suzy

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Cats: Unknown with cats
Dogs: Good with selective other dogs
Children: Unknown with children

This pretty lady is Suzy, as they say you can’t judge a book by its cover, well don’t let the grey face fool you. Suzy was found as a stray in upstate NY by the side of the road, and the vet feels she is between 3-5 years old. A concerned Good Samaritan called animal control after finding her. Animal control said that she had 3 large gashes on the side of her neck and looked like it was either from a bear or cougar. They stitched her up and she’s doing wonderful, its even hard to find where it was. As I mentioned she is grey in the face but does not act like a senior Dane, she’s playful but not too crazy. The animal control officer had Suzy for a few weeks before she came to rescue, and during that time he had taken her to the vets where there was other animals and kids and she was fine with them. Suzy was very affectionate towards the animal control officer who had taken care of her. Her coat is a little dry but she seems even tempered. While on a walk notices people and is interested in a calm and friendly way, she does pull a little on leash. We’ve noticed if a dog barks at Suzy she will bark back. She was very good at the vets, but was Lyme positive and did have worms but has been treated. We were waiting for blood work to come back to see if she was spayed but she confirmed that she wasn’t when she came into season, so we need to wait to have her spayed. Suzy came to MAGDRL in April 2017. (1)

Update 6/30/17 – This poor girl can’t seem to catch a break. Suzy went for her spay and the vet said that she has had several litters and her uterus was huge. Seems that once she was of no breeding use to the original owners they dumped her! Her foster mom had picked her up from the vets after her spay and a few hours later needed to bring her right back as she was not looking well and was bleeding very heavily thru her suture line. She went right back into surgery and they were able to stop her bleeding and give her a transfusion. Susy is back with her foster mom and is doing so much better but it will still be a few weeks before she’s off medical hold. Prior to having her spay done, Suzy had a play date with Fred. They didn’t seem to care about each other at all, they smelled each other and then just walked away. BUT we’ve seen in the past that if another dog barks at her she will not back down and will start barking at them. Suzy would rather be with people than being around other dogs, she’d be fine as an only dog, or if there’s another male about her size with a slow introduction, she should be fine.

Tank

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Cats: Good with cats
Dogs: Good with other dogs
Children: Good with children

Adoption Pending

Tank is a 2 year old mantle male with natural ears. He came to rescue because his family could not afford to care for him. Tank will be a perfect addition to any house and family. He gets along with everything. Tank was kept in a crate for to many hours during the day and as a result he is underweight, has poor coat quality, has crate and surface bruising on extremities, and is covered in urine burns. To add to his poor condition Tank was infested with fleas and very anemic. He has happy tail and is awaiting surgery to correct this. Until Tank’s blood levels improve he can not get his tail docked or repaired and he will not get neutered. Despite all the neglect that Tank has gone thru in the past two years, he is very happy and just wants to snuggle with his two new canine foster sisters. Tank has been left perfect gentleman. He is clever enough to remove his tail bandages so he must be watched closely until he has his surgery. Tank came to MAGDRL in April 2017. (2)

Roxie – Courtesy Listing

Roxie is a courtesy listing.
Please contact your local coordinator for more information on her.

Cats: Not good with cats
Dogs: Not good with other dogs (other than Dustie)
Children: 12+ years old

Roxie is a 2 year old spayed mantle marked fawn/brown female Dane/Doberman mix with natural ears. She does great with her brother Dustie, but NOT with any other dogs. She is great with people and children over the age of 13. Roxie will not do well with cats. She is not destructive and has done well when left home alone with her brother. Roxie and Dustie can be placed together or separately. They need a fenced yard, and will not do their business on a leash. Interested potential adopters will need to submit an adoption application with the rescue where the boys are currently cared for. (2)

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.

Shadow – Courtesy Listing

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Shadow is a courtesy listing.
Please contact your local coordinator for more information on him.

Cats: Not good with cats or other small animals
Dogs: Good with other dogs
Children: Good with children

This is Shadow! He is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G and yet he is still waiting for his forever home. HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE? Never far from his baby, he is bundles of fun. About 6 years young, he gets along with dogs, and kids. He loves to run and play. Shadow’s foster mom says he is as close to perfect as you can get. Shadow is house broken and walks well on a leash. Shadow’s foster home is maintaining his basic obedience commands and structure. Shadow is a typical Velcro Dane who loves his people, and enjoys a good game of fetch so a fully fenced in yard is a requirement. Shadow is very affectionate and loves to be with his people while following them all around the house. (1)

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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