Prince Marlin is an 18 month old brindle Great Dane who is the biggest cuddle bug that you will ever meet! Typical of the Dane breed, Marlin just wants to be where you are, loves to give hugs and when he is tired, he will suckle on his blankets. Marlin is still a young Dane and would do best in a home with other dogs that like romping and playing as well, for that reason, we would not recommend placing him in a home with small dogs. Marlin is still learning his manners and how to be social, Marlin can be nervous in new public settings, but he is a quick learner! His adopter will be required to continue to his training with a certified trainer, as this will highly benefit him. Due to his size, Marlin will not be placed in a home with children younger than 8 years old and he will require a secure fenced in yard. Do not ask us to deviate from this policy. Marlin is kennel trained, house broken, loves to go for walks and play with his toys. Marlin has been neutered, had his entropic eyes corrected, is heartworm negative and he is current on his vaccines, including rabies and Bordetella. Marlin has been microchipped, wormed and has been started on monthly flea/tick and heartworm prevention.
Marlin's adoption donation is $350.00
All of our Royal's are spayed or neutered, brought current on all shots, including rabies and bordetella, heartworm tested, wormed, microchipped and receive a dental if needed.
An application must be completed, submitted and approved prior to meeting any of our Royal Prince and Princesses. A completed application does not guarantee adoption approval
If interested in adopting into your family, please download an adoption application at our web site http://www.royaltydogrescue.com
Royalty Dogs are in foster homes, we are not a facility.
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