Archie is a 165 lbs., 17 month old, purebred Great Dane. He was recently surrendered by his owner in the Des Moines area. He is an amazing boy! Archie is house trained and gets along great with other dogs. In fact, he loves other dogs! Archie is not kennel trained but he does amazing free roam with the other dogs in his foster home. He has shown a bit on separation anxiety when his family leaves for the day, but after a bit of whining and a few barks he settles down and lounges around the house. If there is not another dog in the home, Archie will need an owner/family that is home most of the time to be with him. He is so social that he does not do well being left alone for extended periods of time. Archie is wonderful with kids, but due to his extra large size he has a tendency to knock small children down so a home with kids 7 and above would be best. He is a very strong boy and needs someone that can handle him on a walk. A family that has extra large breed or Great Dane experience is preferred for Archie. Archie has no experience with cats in his foster home, but we dont have any reason to believe he would not be good with them. If you are interested in meeting Archie, please complete an application https://hopeanimalrescueofiowa.duplie.com/forms/196/hope-dog-application Archies adoption fee is $250 and includes his microchip, neuter, and vaccinations.
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