I'm being cared for by: Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue, Virginia Chapter
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Facts about Murdock
Breed: Great Dane
Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Murdock is a handsome older gentleman, Brindle with natural ears and a kind, sweet face. Although he will turn 10 in December, he is healthy and his blood work came back good. He still loves to go for walks and car rides, hanging out with the miniature schnauzer and mid-size mixed breed dogs in the house as well as two older cats and two rabbits. When he first came to his foster home he had a lot of difficulty getting up and down but after a couple of acupuncture sessions, good food and some quality supplements he is showing remarkable improvement and can hustle right along with his 4-year-old foster sister-dog. He currently has an old unhealed sore on the inside of his front leg which is being cleaned and treated but otherwise does not seem to bother him. Murdock seems to enjoy the attention of children when on a walk but not so much medium sized dogs. He is great with the one in his foster home but not when leashed. Other than that he has no vices and just loves hanging out. Over all he is a sweet old guy who loves to be petted, brushed and loved on and in return he gives great leans and gentle nudges. Won’t you consider opening your heart to all the love this kind old man can offer in his golden years? You won’t regret one minute of the love a senior Dane can give. Murdock came to MAGDRL in August 2016. (5) Cats-Yes Kids-Yes-calm children Dogs-Yes
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