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In shelter Dog

Castle Rock, CO, 80104
Pet name:
Great Dane

Hello! My name is Joan and I am a female, great dane mix. My birthday is 4/21/2020. I get along with most dogs. At my fosters house, I get along great with 3 female dogs. It took me a little while to get along with the male dog.. My foster family does not have cats, so I dont know if I like them or not. I am social, but I do best when I am introduced to other dogs slowly. I am a little underweight, so I am eating high protein food and taking daily supplements to put on weight and keep my coat healthy. I am crate trained and I sleep all the way through the night in my crate without any issues. I am also fully potty trained, and know how to use a doggie door. I am working on my manners and I even respond when my name is called. I love playing with balls and am always up for a game of fetch. I am a gentle giant and my eyes will just melt your heart! If you give me the opportunity, I will cuddle with you on the couch. I also love to stretch out on my dog bed. My ideal home is with a family that will continue working with me to put on weight and will give me lots of love and attention.

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