Cal is currently living with 3 senior Danes, 2 males and 1 female and he gets along well with all of them. He is also very good with the cat in his foster home. Cal doesn’t chase the cat. He does like to lick the cat, the other Danes and his foster parents. He cannot control his licker. He just wants to show his love!
Cal is timid at first, but he does warm up quickly. He does bark at people he doesn’t know at first, but once he is introduced to them he is great. He was very afraid of loud noises when he first came to his foster home. Now that he’s been in his foster home for a few weeks, he is gaining confidence and is no longer so fearful.
Cal is crate trained and house trained. He has not been destructive at all when left out of the crate. He likes toys and bones. He does well with leash walking. He does counter surf a little bit, especially if he’s left unattended in the kitchen while there is food on the counter.
We don’t know of his history with children so he will not be placed with little ones. He needs a home to give him the attention and understanding any Great Dane deserves. We love his grey face and whoever he picks for his forever home will be one lucky family. Caliber came to MAGDRL in April 2016. "Please include your home area code and a phone number when contacting us about adoption."
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