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My name is Stella Grace!

Great Dane Mix Dog for adoption in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota - Stella Grace
Photo 1 - Great Dane Mix Dog for adoption in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota - Stella Grace
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I'm being cared for by:
Upper Midwest Great Dane Rescue

Facts about Stella Grace

  • Breed: Great Dane Mix
  • Color: Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 32139003
Status: Available!!Update 6/26/2017:Stella Grace has resided with her foster family one whole year today (6/26) and she has some comments on the experience. Please don't let her lengthy stay in foster care deter you from considering her. Like many of us people, dogs also need a safe place to recover and heal. Sometimes this takes a little longer, but the wait is very worthwhile!!!For everyone' safety, and comfort, Stella requires a 6' fenced yard, a large, confident companion dog, and only children ages 10+.One year ago today, I started a very scary (but rewarding) journey! When I arrived in Minneapolis I was very nervous and didn't know how to act or even relax. I didn't like to be touched, going in and out of the house was scary, and I often refused to eat. Then, just as I was starting to settle in, I developed an infection in my tail! My poor tail kept bumping into everything! See, as I started to learn how to be a rightfully spoiled Dane, I started wagging my very long tail, and that just ended up with owies and antibiotics. "Happy tail," the vet called it. Foster mom even rigged up my tail with a pop bottle and vet wrap! Sadly, this didn't work. I was just too happy! I had an easy surgery and a much shorter tail, but it still wags enthusiastically! Well, as happy as I was, surgery was still stressful, and I started to have some more tummy troubles. After several weeks of vet appointments and extra TLC I found out I have Inflammatory Bowel Disease. This means that I'm a slightly delicate flower that can only eat special food, and have to take some steroids. I feel pretty good now, and am so grateful that my food doesn't make me sick anymore. Foster mom and the vet say it's "well managed," and I can pretty much lead a typical life of snuggles, fetch, romps, and zoomies. Speaking of my typical life, it's pretty awesome. I enjoy walks, romping with my large doggy friends, playing fetch and tug, and snuggling everyone--even if its a little warm! I would really like to find a forever family, Foster mom says her job is to help me be my best self and then find me a good match. Speaking of my best self, I'm a rockstar! I come when called, have decent leash manners, and will snuggle you as much as possible! I'm also ok with cats, love other big dogs. and am reliable when left alone free or crated! I'm even great with grooming, including baths, brushing my teeth, ear cleaning, and nail trims. Really, the only thing I'm not keen on is "sit" and "lie down" but I'm working on those. So here it is: Single female dane seeking person or family with large companion dog. Hobbies include long walks, stopping to smell the flowers, yoga, sunbathing on the patio, movies on the couch, zoomies in the mud, and significant affection! Hit me up!Here is the process if you are interested in finding out more about Stella Grace:~If you have already completed the application process and are an approved adopter with UMGDR, please contact Callie at callie@thegreatdanerescue.com to discuss your interest in Stella Grace.~If you are not an approved adopter through UMGDR, you must complete our application process before you may consider adopting a dog through our Rescue. Please visit http://thegreatdanerescue.com/our-dogs/adoptionapplication/ to complete an application and submit your $25 application fee to begin the process. Please note that we cannot guarantee that this dog will still be available for adoption by the time you have completed our application process and have become an approved adopter.

About Upper Midwest Great Dane Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Upper Midwest Great Dane Rescue was started in 2008 by a group of Dane lovers who desire to help Danes in need. The rescue is made up of all volunteers who lovingly give of their time and money to help these wonderful dogs. Volunteers include people from every walk of life, all with one thing in common, love of Great Danes.

Each animal coming to the rescue is temperament tested, given a physical, vaccinated, wormed, checked for heartworm and tick borne illnesses and treated as needed. All dogs are sterilized before being re homed. The dog is then placed in a foster home to wait for someone to love it forever.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Check the website often for an updated list of events. www.thegreatdanerescue.com

Our Adoption Process...

To adopt you must first fill out an application and pay a $25 non refundable processing fee. References are required and checked, background checks, veterinary checks and home visits are all done before your applications is approved.

Adoption fees are $325 for dogs up to age 6, and $125 for age 6 and over or special needs. $25 will be refunded if an obedience class is taken and proof is given within 6 months of adoption.

We prefer to not adopt to families with children under age 8, but will take applications with younger children on a case by case basis. We only adopt within our service area(MN,WI,IA,ND,SD).