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Code: BFT2022

Dexter (3 B&W Puppies)   

In shelter Dog

Lewis Center, OH, 43035
Pet name:
Dexter (3 B&W Puppies)
Great Dane
This is Dexter. He is sweet as can be and loves treats, cuddles, and being nosey about everything youre doing. breed is Great Dane Mix. He seems like he may have been the runt of the litter, so hell likely be on the smaller end of those breeds. He gets along exceptionally well with kids and dogs. He is fully vetted ready to go (save for neutering later on.)

He has some mild resource guarding with food, but it is easily managed by feeding him a couple paces from the rest of the pack so he doesnt feel threatened. He crates like a dream for 8+ hours at night and is happy as a clam chilling in the back yard for long stretches.

He has been diagnosed with cerebella hypoplasia, which basically means his cerebellum isnt fully developed and he has some coordination issues and disequilibrium. Vet said it isnt a severe case and he is fine to be adopted with the recommendation of a home without lots of stairs and an adopter that can make simple accommodations for him (no drop risks, patience with navigating door thresholds, etc.) To put it plainly, he kind of seems like he has had one too many beers, but gets where he needs to go well enough.
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Fee is $300


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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