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Great Dane
(When grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Pet ID

My info

Small red x Not good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Bane is a great dane mix who is about to turn ONE (approx. DOB mid June 2021). He's a big (80 pound), goofy boy who LOVES his people. He tends to claim a family member as his own, following him/her around everywhere. He'll help his person cook (walk with you from the oven to the sink to the fridge, and back), do laundry (occasionally taking a garment and run for playtime), and water the garden (bite the water coming from the hose for lots of laughs!).

Bane is crate and house trained. He also knows several commands and some sign language. We're continuing his training with a certified trainer to ensure he's ready for his new home. At this time, we're suggesting Bane be in a single dog family with owners who understand/have experience with large breed dogs. We would also not recommend small children due to his size and exuberance. 
This pup wasn't socialized as well as we would hope and we've learned that he needs special meds before visiting the vet.
September 27, 2022, 4:19 pm


Contact info
Pet ID
Millie Rieb
Roxboro, NC 27573

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

• Due to the rising cost of veterinary care, and to ensure we can continue to save animals in danger, along with providing excellent vetting care, our adoption fees range from $75 - $400 to include spay/neuter, vaccinations, heart worm test, and any medical needs the animal incurred while in our care. We operate only on contributions from our supporters and are very grateful for their support. • Our Adoption Process: • Complete Adoption Application • Phone interview • Vet reference check • Meet with your pet of interest A home Visit is done and the animal meets all members of your family. We require a signed contract with the adopter with an agreement to return the animal to APS if the adopter cannot continue to care for their animal

Go meet their pets

All of our pets are in foster homes. In order to meet them we ask that you fill out our nonbinding adoption application on our website. Our adoption coordinator will then call you to set up a time and place for you to meet the animal. We participate in several "Meet & Greet" events each year. It is possible to meet our animals at these events, but we do not bring all animals to all evens.

More about this rescue

Animal Protection Society of Person County is a non-profit 501c3 organization. We are a group of volunteers who open our hearts and homes to the homeless, neglected, and abused animals. We rescue animals from the shelter that are in danger of being euthanized and we take in owner surrenders. We receive no public funding. Donations are our main source of income. We are always in need of more foster homes. Without our fosters, we could not function. APS is an organization which is over 20 years old and we hope to serve our area for many more years to come.