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Big Dogs Huge Paws, Inc
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Facts about me

Breed
Cane Corso
Color
Brindle
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 88 lb
Sex
Female
Pet ID
45303795

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet Maggie the marvelous! This nearly-3 year old, brindle Cane Corso has had a rough road where she has been bounced around and not treated the best historically, but BDHP is here to make sure she finds stability and the right family who can give her her happily ever after that she deserves. Maggie is crate trained, leash trained and knows come, sit, shake, free, and get out. She is a typical teen who still likes to play and chew, is a big fan of tug toys and bones, but she is also game to chill and watch a good TV program to relax. True to her breed, she is leery of strangers and will require a strong leader who is familiar with the importance of rules, boundaries, and management to set her up for success. She gives very clear body signals when she is uncomfortable with a situation and just needs someone who will pay attention and not push her beyond what she can handle. Once Maggie knows she can trust you she is as loving and loyal as they get! She will make a wonderful companion for a more quiet household and does fine with older kids and larger dogs overall. She does occasionally resource guard high value items, but it is easy to feed separately and save these items for when she is alone. Maggie is incredibly smart, loves walks and playtime with other dogs, and can't wait to find her forever home. Here is what Maggie's foster family wants you to know about her: "We don't know Maggie's story really for the first year of her life. She needs time to warm up to strangers. Her bark can be quite intimidating. But once she knows you, she will love you. Maggie is loved here and she loves us back. She seeks affection and gives it back...kisses, leans, head rests on laps...she's truly a lover and it's sad the right family hasn't come along yet. Part of me hopes no one will ever fall in love with her because she's captured our hearts. However, I truly hope she can find her happily ever after family so that we can help more dogs by fostering others like her that need us. Until then, we will keep on loving her."

Videos:

https://youtube.com/shorts/tp3Og9jHKmE

https://youtube.com/shorts/lhbWqIZ-y0A

https://youtu.be/VNXCAQea5hg

https://youtu.be/87aDrclsEOc
Meet Maggie the marvelous! This nearly-3 year old, brindle Cane Corso has had a rough road where she has been bounced around and not treated the best historically, but BDHP is here to make sure she finds stability and the right family who can give her her happily ever after that she deserves. Maggie is crate trained, leash trained and knows come, sit, shake, free, and get out. She is a typical teen who still likes to play and chew, is a big fan of tug toys and bones, but she is also game to chill and watch a good TV program to relax. True to her breed, she is leery of strangers and will require a strong leader who is familiar with the importance of rules, boundaries, and management to set her up for success. She gives very clear body signals when she is uncomfortable with a situation and just needs someone who will pay attention and not push her beyond what she can handle. Once Maggie knows she can trust you she is as loving and loyal as they get! She will make a wonderful companion for a more quiet household and does fine with older kids and larger dogs overall. She does occasionally resource guard high value items, but it is easy to feed separately and save these items for when she is alone. Maggie is incredibly smart, loves walks and playtime with other dogs, and can't wait to find her forever home. Here is what Maggie's foster family wants you to know about her: "We don't know Maggie's story really for the first year of her life. She needs time to warm up to strangers. Her bark can be quite intimidating. But once she knows you, she will love you. Maggie is loved here and she loves us back. She seeks affection and gives it back...kisses, leans, head rests on laps...she's truly a lover and it's sad the right family hasn't come along yet. Part of me hopes no one will ever fall in love with her because she's captured our hearts. However, I truly hope she can find her happily ever after family so that we can help more dogs by fostering others like her that need us. Until then, we will keep on loving her."

Videos:

https://youtube.com/shorts/tp3Og9jHKmE

https://youtube.com/shorts/lhbWqIZ-y0A

https://youtu.be/VNXCAQea5hg

https://youtu.be/87aDrclsEOc
Rescue

Big Dogs Huge Paws, Inc

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Pet ID
45303795
Contact
Address
Aurora, CO 80046
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Big Dogs - Huge Paws Rescue is a 501c3, non-profit organization comprised of volunteers dedicated to rescuing, rehoming, and rehabilitating unwanted giant breed dogs that have been mistreated, neglected, abused and/or abandoned. We believe giant breeds to be loyal and loving, yet very expensive and sometimes overwhelming due to their massive size and need for constant human attention. Many families do not do proper research and the result is an alarming number of giant breed dogs in need of assistance. Our purpose is to provide a loving foster home and quality food, medical attention, and behavioral training while they are in our care in order to properly evaluate and attend to each dog’s special needs. Our ultimate goal is to place each foster dog in a forever home with a family who has demonstrated their ability to provide the necessary love, attention, and care that every gentle giant deserves. We strive to educate owners and potential owners about each unique giant breed’s lifestyle, temperament, nutrition, health, and behavioral needs in order to support the breeds and find the perfect match for each rescue dog in our program.
Big Dogs - Huge Paws Rescue is a 501c3, non-profit organization comprised of volunteers dedicated to rescuing, rehoming, and rehabilitating unwanted giant breed dogs that have been mistreated, neglected, abused and/or abandoned. We believe giant breeds to be loyal and loving, yet very expensive and sometimes overwhelming due to their massive size and need for constant human attention. Many families do not do proper research and the result is an alarming number of giant breed dogs in need of assistance. Our purpose is to provide a loving foster home and quality food, medical attention, and behavioral training while they are in our care in order to properly evaluate and attend to each dog’s special needs. Our ultimate goal is to place each foster dog in a forever home with a family who has demonstrated their ability to provide the necessary love, attention, and care that every gentle giant deserves. We strive to educate owners and potential owners about each unique giant breed’s lifestyle, temperament, nutrition, health, and behavioral needs in order to support the breeds and find the perfect match for each rescue dog in our program.