Zeus the Great Dane is a stunning boy. He was originally bought from a breeder in Texas and came along with his owner to California when she moved. Living in an apt with 2 Great Danes was hard on Zeus, so the painful decision was made to surrender him to rescue so he could find a house with a yard to live and play in. Zeus was born on Nov 23, 2014 and currently weighs 124 lbs. He could stand to gain about 10 more pounds and then he will be completely filled out. Zeus is a really nice dog. Unfortunately he has not had any formal training but he is very good in the house, a perfect gentleman. He is respectful of your furniture and personal items and does not chew or destroy anything. He loves to run around and play and loves people. He is big and strong and gorgeous. He lived with an older female Dane while in Texas and he lived with 3 other dogs for about 3 months with no issue. Zeus's only problem is he does not know how to meet other dogs on leash, his brains fall out and he barks and jumps up. Once he is used to another dog he is fine. We feel he could definitely benefit from a basic obedience class of course. He is still a puppy at heart and very active. He LOVES to ride in the car, he is very well behaved. Its best if you have prior Dane experience. As we spend more time with him we will update his bio accordingly. (updated 9/17/16)
Zeus is in foster care and can be seen at the Animals Rule Saturday adoption event from 11am - 3pm at Creative Pet Supply -305 North Harbor Blvd. San Pedro, CA 90731. Please, do not call the Pet Supply Store. For a rapid response please contact us via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Zeus - Male, Great Dane, DOB 11/23/2014, neutered, current on all vaccines, dewormed, microchipped, housebroken, kids 10 and over due to large size, not cat safe
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