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|Rescue Me ID: 16-10-20-00020Tootsie (female)|
Tootsie is an amazing dog! She is a purebred Great Dane, and is still a pup at 1 year and 4 months. Tootsie is very large. She has no clue how big she is- she wants to be on your lap and next to you at all times. She is a kind soul loves everything and everyone. Tootsie has got along with every animal she has met and every person, as well. She loves to go with you everywhere but knows her place in the back seat of the car- she will not try to get in the front seat. This baby girl loves everything and everyone, but her person is her life. She is very smart and loves to please. Tootsie still needs some training, like a pup her age would. But she does not jump on people and she is not a big licker. She is very well behaved. She hates water and she can not swim. Tootsie doesn't like cold weather- she wants to be on blankets or under them. Tootsie is located in Eugene. Please contact us if you are interested in adopting, or even fostering, one of our dogs. We are a federal non-profit rescue. We do require a completed application and a home visit prior to adopting. Please go to our website to complete an application (quickest way to meet a dog) at www.theheartofrescue.com or call us at 541-782-THOR (8467) (Less)
The Heart of Rescue
34797 Highway 58
Lane County Eugene, OR 97405 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-10-14-00356Blackie (male)|
Klamath County Bend, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-07-28-00789zola (female)|
zola is a 4 year old female fawn mantle dane looking for a new home at no fault of her own. due to unforeseen circumstances her family is no longer able to keep her. she prefers women to men. she can be a little skittish at first. is ok with other dogs but can be female dominant. she is NOT cat friendly. she is fine with kids and has been around kids her whole life. she is house and kennel trained.
Linn County brownsville, OR 97327 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Great Dane in Oregon|
Great Dane Dogs can make good pets in Oregon if they match your IifestyIe. The Great Dane is an enormous, but extremely gentle breed often referred to as the Gentle Giant. Great Danes are kind, loyal, and sociable. They need to be around people. Great Danes are gentle, devoted, and wonderful with children, but should be supervised with little ones because of their large size. Great Danes should be well trained as puppies. Great Danes can live in an apartment with enough daily exercise but do best with a large yard.
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