Max Ranger is a super handsome & gentle big boy who loves other dogs and getting love from his people! He is about 3 years old and weighs 60 lbs. If you are looking for a gentle big dog, look no further - Max Ranger is it! His foster mama can't say enough good things about him - he's so loyal and loving, just the best dog!
As you see from his photos, he LOVES to snuggle. He has a regular bromance going on with the other dog in his foster home, a little Frenchie who usually doesn't like anyone! Max Ranger will be a great friend for any dog.
Max Ranger came to us from a home where he was abused, leading to an injury on his leg. Poor guy! So understandably, he was VERY shy when he came to us, but he quickly started to come out of his shell and showed us his very loving nature. He loooves to sit right by his favorite humans, and snuggles all the time with his doggy buddies. He loves to give kisses, too. We couldn't be happier than we helped this gentle giant! After a slow, scared start, he now gives kisses to strangers he sees on his walks! It's amazing to see this guy blossom.
Max Ranger would love to find a nice, calm household where people won't mind his slower pace on walks, and maybe even where he can get a boost up on the bed or sofa for some quality time with the humans! He's very well behaved, and can be easily be trusted out of his crate even in a new environment.
Adoption fee is $175 and includes DHPP & rabies vaccinations, heartworm testing, spay/neuter surgery, deworming, and microchip. All animals are examined by a veterinarian. Please fill out our application at http://adoptadog.goodkarmapetrescue.org if you are interested in meeting or adopting this dog and we will be in touch right away!
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