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From: jshsanchez91@gmail.com
Dec 5, 2019

Subject: Great Dane needing home
I have a Male 7 year old Great Dane named Buddy that I've adopted this summer that I need to rehome by the end of the year.
Up to date on shots and he's also Neutered.
He's great with all dogs, cats and loves kids.
He's a real couch potato but also loves loves going to the dog park!
Please contact me if you have any questions or if interested in adopting my big boy!
Thank you,


From: northboundhounds@gmail.com
Sept 21, 2019

"Baby Dane", 1year old Female born July 26th 2018
Shots up-to-date
Unknown heartworm, but has been on ivomec diligently 1% since being here in February.
Good with cats dogs kids
No food aggression as she is fed with another dog
Only issue is she's hyper and we have the hardest time keeping weight on her. She has improved and when she gets the weight on there is a definite difference

Good dog we've been I have been training her for service dog work. So she does have basic obedience.

We are up in Ocala forest.

Heather Noyes
Cell 603-554-5848


From: joann_steen@yahoo.com
Feb 1, 2019

I need to rehome my Great Danes. I have 7 dogs, 6 of which are rescued. I've had the Danes for over a year & will be hard for me to give them up. My reason for the decision is that the dogs are no longer getting along. When 2 dogs fight they ALL join in. I'm 67 years old and I've had a stroke and can no longer break up fights. I've been lucky so far. This will 'BREAK MY HEART'. The male wants to play. The female is laid back. They were brought up with my grandson who is now just turning nine years old. They DO NOT BITE although they are convinceing watch dogs. They are up to date with shots & are I.D. chipped. NONE OF THIS IS THEIR FAULT. THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN THE AGGRESSOR. My mastiff started the last fight that caused damage. They don't like cats. I will need to rehome the others (except the mastiff) as well.

Timber & Macy. Timber (male brindle) is about 4 years. Macy (female) is about 5 years.

Timber, male, about 4 years old.jpg


A note from Linda Drag
July 3, 2015

I'm terribly sorry for the delay in responding to all of you that are interested in adopting, but I have been spending most of my time down in Fort Lauderdale taking care of my father who was dying from pancreatic cancer. My mother has Alzheimer's and he was her care giver. She is very angry, confused and combative. My emotional and physical energies have been focused on them and cleaning out their house. 75 years of memories is very heart wrenching.

Adoptions and intakes are currently on hold while we try to regroup and get back on track. I hope you find the perfect life long companion for you and your family.

The people that have given me their personal info and pictures of their dogs to place on the website can be contacted directly.

Take care,

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