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Shellie - female, spayed, vet checked, vaccinated to date inclu. Rabies, dewormed, tx flea preventative, heartworm tested (-),~2 years, ~65lbs, Great Dane.
Shellie was left at a high kill shelter when her owner no longer wanted her. She is such a happy go lucky young lady that she unfortunately sustained a case of “happy tail” while confined for long periods in the cement runs at the pound. Her foster mom is working on mending Shellie’s tail and it is currently cleaned and wrapped daily to prevent further injury.
Shellie is on the small side for a Dane but is still considered a large dog, we’d like to see her gain a few pounds, she isn’t as tall as most of her breed. Shellie is a big girl with a big heart. She loves people and you’ll often find her doing a little “bunny hop” when excited. Despite their size, Great Danes are relatively low energy and can actually live comfortably in apartments or smaller homes providing they get out for a good daily walk. Shellie is no different, she loves to get outside with her people and go for a good daily walk but over all she isn’t a high energy dog. She loves to play and bounce around but after a good romp you’ll probably find her just laying around and soaking up the sun, she enjoys just be part of the family. Shellie is rather active as she is and needs a good walk each day but overall is nicely mannered and pretty mild mannered in the home after her daily walk or play time. She does take up enough space being a BIG dog but she just finds her spot and almost disappears, mind the snoring. Shellie is good with other dogs, fine with cats and good with respectful children. She is house trained and crate trained but likely does not need a crate once settled in her new home. We’d love to see Shellie with a family that is knowledgeable with Danes or other large (over 100lbs) breeds. She’d love a house with a fenced yard and a nice lawn to stretch out on but she would also be fine in an apartment with the right family.
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