Fort Worth, TX - Brylee is a merle Great Dane with beautiful amber eyes. She is a smaller girl weighing in at 96 lbs. She has lived with small children at her previous home. She gets along well with our two dogs and our other foster, who is bonded with her. She has seen a cat at the vet's office with no reaction. She uses the doggy door to go outside. She is crate trained and doesn't mind getting in but we have been leaving her out when we leave with no problems. We are working on counter surfing, if you turn your back your bacon will be missing! Toys and food are high value items to her. She will let you reach in her bowl or grab toys but if other dogs get too close she will let them know about it. She walks great on a leash. Our other foster, Marvel, and she came from the same home. He was rescued from an abusive situation by their previous owner and looks to Brylee for comfort, so they will need to be adopted together. For more information, please email us at email@example.com. For an application to adopt, please go to www.saverockythegreatdane.org and fill out an app. Thank you so much, we look forward to helping you.Bonded to Marvel. This is a bonded pair.For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For an application to foster or adopt, please go to www.saverockythegreatdane.org and fill out an app. Thank you so much, we look forward to helping you.
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