My foster mom says I rarely show any emotions but she hopes I can break out of my shell soon. She would like to see me wag my tail more. She said she would continue to work with me on this until my forever family comes to get me and they would need to continue to work with me too.
Me and my foster mom are still getting to know one another but she seems to believe I have anxiety. I get upset when I'm left alone. I would like a family that is home more often than not OR that will take me with them as I LOVE CAR RIDES! I love toys and playing fetch too! I like to be with my humans. Other humans are OK but I will show them attention on my terms, not theirs. My foster mom says I need slow introductions. I would fit best in a home without kids.
I currently live with 5 other Great Danes and I live upstairs and they live downstairs; I would rather have a home with no dogs. I don't tolerate other dogs well. So I would like my forever family not to have any dogs, cats or kids. This is a needle in a haystack but I know my home is out there!
My foster mom says I have a prey drive. She says I will RUN after anything that runs fast and I get rough when I catch whatever it is that's running.
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