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Great Dane puppies and dogs in Tecumseh, Michigan

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Sequoia

Great Dane

Female, Young
Belleville, MI
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
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Hi! I'm Sequoia, I'm a 9 month old Great Dane puppy. I was brought to FMAR as a stray when I was 4 months old. Since then I've been living with a family with an 8 year old dog, and my energy level has turned out to be too much for her. I love my neighborhood dog friends who are closer in age to me, and who also love to play zoomies & wrestling. I think I would love a sibling dog with a similar energy level to me, or as a single dog who has lots of opportunities to play with other dogs at my house, their house, or at doggy daycare. I've done great on doggy playdates with 1-4 dogs all around my same energy level. Things I love: my people, squeaky toys, playtime with people & dogs, training, the snow, water and walks. Great things about me: I completed my STARR Puppy certification (puppy version of the Canine Good Citizen). I know how to sit, wait, go "down", look, touch/come and shake (most of the time). I can get excited on walks when I see a particularly awesome looking stick, a squrirel who is asking to be chased, or another dog. I'm getting better at listening to my human when they say "With me!", then I get a treat. But sometimes I just get really excited, then my human tells me to Sit & Wait. Once I calm down, I get a treat & we keep walking. I willing go into my crate (aka the Apartment) when I need to a break/nap, my family leaves & at bedtime. I'd also love to sleep with my people, but I'm a bit of a bed hog.Things that make me nervous: new people, loud noises, people on bikes, and dogs in their backyards yards/on leash dogs that are barking or growling at me. I will growl back and show them I am upset if another dog I meet in person growls at me. I am a typical puppy in many ways. I sometimes take things that don't belong to me. Most of the time when I take things - I just want to play "keep away" so you will chase me. If you tell me "Touch", I will normally bring you the thing or drop it & run over. I am potty trained. I don't think I would like to live with cats, they look too much like squirrels. I live with 3 kids now (4, 11 & 13), and have met many other kids who came over to play. I do get nervous about new people, so I would need kids who understand to give me space when I first join your family. Once I'm comfortable, I'll want to cuddle them, drool on them and play with them.If you would like to meet me, please submit an application for me on our website https://www.friendsofmichigan.org/adoptable-dogs. I am up to date on all age appropriate vaccines, heartworm negative, microchipped, and on monthly flea, tick, and heartworm prevention. The veterinarian suggested that we wait until I'm a little older to get spayed. My adoption fee is $300, which helps cover the cost of the medical care I have received.**Each dog is different, so each adoption is different. Our adoption process might require multiple visits to the shelter before our dogs can go home. Or they may be ready on the first visit. It really depends on the individual dog and the potential adopters. Once we receive your application, the Dog Staff will contact you to discuss meeting our dogs.
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Getrude-MEDICAL HOLD

Great Dane

Female, 10 mos
Plymouth, MI
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs special attention, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Getrude is working on socialization! She deserves the chance for socialization in a loving home that understands she startles with noises and needs very consistent routine. No signs of aggression! She is working on playing with toys and is a shy lovely girl with a gentle spirit. According to her foster home, "she want to please humans and dogs-but her insecurity/nervousness can make her movements jerky." Getrude could go to a home with an older, calmer dog to follow. Can't go to a home with another fearful/anxious dog. She loves peanut butter kongs, soft toys, and wants to play with her foster dogs! She is being housetrained, and is receiving antianxiety meds, and priloscec otc. Will need crate training. Will need extra time and repetitions to fully incorporate new commands.
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HUCKLEBERRY-In Ontario

Great Dane

Male, 2 yrs 1 mo
Plymouth, MI
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs special attention, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Huckleberry is now off medical hold. He came into care with cherry eye and has had eye surgery. Huckleberry is a big puppy and has come out of his shell. Follows his foster mom everywhere, so adopter will need to understand that Huckleberry will require a LOT of attention and love. Recommend being with a larger dog since he loves to play. People need to introduce themselves slowly to him. He is in a home with birds and another small dog. He will need continued eye drops for the next month. He has followed the foster home rules and is really a good boy!
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HOSS-COURTESY POST-

Great Dane

Male, 2 yrs 1 mo
Plymouth, MI
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
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Meet Hoss, the Gentle Giant Looking for a Forever Home! 🐾 Name: Hoss  Breed: Great Dane Mix  Age: 2 years  Weight: 95 lbs 🌟 About Hoss: Hoss is a magnificent 2-year-old Great Dane mix, tipping the scales at a sturdy 95 pounds. This gentle giant has a heart as big as his paws and is ready to bring love and joy to his forever family. 🐶 Personality: Hoss is the epitome of a mellow and easygoing companion. He adores sitting beside his human friends, offering warmth and companionship. His calm demeanor makes him an ideal cuddle buddy for those cozy nights on the couch. Hoss is a treat enthusiast, always ready to showcase his impeccable manners for a tasty reward. 🏡 Ideal Home: Hoss is looking for a loving home where he can be the center of attention. While he may not be a fan of other dogs, his loyalty and affection for his human companions more than make up for it. His ideal home would be one without other canine friends, allowing him to bask in all the love and attention he deserves. 🤔 Cat Compatibility: Hoss's feelings towards feline friends are still unknown, so it's best to introduce him to a cat gradually and monitor their interactions. A patient and understanding adopter willing to help him acclimate to new surroundings is key. 📍 Adoption Details: To welcome Hoss into your heart and home, please visit the City of Mobile Animal Services website and fill out an adoption application. Give this lovable giant the chance he deserves to become a cherished member of your family. Let's make Hoss's dream of a forever home come true! 🐾❤️Must Apply at following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/COMASAL City of Mobile Animal Shelter 855 Owens Street Mobile,AL 36604 Main Contact 251-208-5311 General Information:animalshelter@cityofmobile.org
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Otis

Great Dane

Male, 2 yrs 3 mos
Plymouth, MI
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with dogs, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
OTIS-“A GENIUNE CUDDLER” LOVES CAR RIDES and soft blankets! He so far has provided the foster home with lots of cuddles and “asks for more” when you stop petting! He likes the neighbor dog; and is not overprotective over food. Although Otis knows a lot of basic commands, he’s still wanting to play, play, play so may need some help with “off”. He doesn't like getting his paws wet! (funny fact) The ideal adopter would be one that doesn’t mind Otis checking on your whereabouts to make sure you are okay and can work with Otis on puppy-swats that could be a little rough! This is a great boy and needs the love and attention of an owner who will spend cuddly time with him. He wants to prove to you that he is a good boy and listens well! Otis seems to prefer women. He is nervous around men on first meetings; and can be nervous around young children. Otis does not appear to trust men. Once he realizes that the man is not a threat; he is happy and comfortable. The foster home has noticed some separation anxiety so there will need to be a plan from the adoptive owner of how to handle this. Otis loves car rides! Previous owner had a cat; but foster home has not observed him around cats currently. Fun fact is that Otis likes to watch TV! He will see a dog onscreen, and look for the dog! He is more confident and sure of himself! He is very protective of the yard or whenever a man or unknown person is nearby.
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Christine

Great Dane Anatolian Shepherd

Female, 5 yrs 5 mos
Taylor, MI
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
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Christine sweet, loves affection from her humans, likes her treats, moderate to moderately-low energy, takes it in spurts, plays with her kennel matesThe Adoption Fee Includes Age-Appropriate Vaccinations (DA2PPV, Bordetella, Rabies), Deworming, Spay/Neuter, Microchip, Flea, Tick and Heartworm Treatment and Prevention, and Sheltering. Adult Dogs are Heartworm Tested and Treated as Needed. Thank You for Your Interest in Adopting a Canine Companion from Foccas-tn.org!To Apply Please Copy and Paste to Your Browser:https://service.sheltermanager.com/asmservice?account=hb2428&method=online_form_html&formid=41LOCATED IN CROSSVILLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, TN. WE CAN TRANSPORT OUT OF STATE, Visit out website for a full list of adoptable pets… https://foccas-tn.org/

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25.9 miles

Friends of Michigan Animal Rescue

51299 Arkona Road, Belleville, MI 48111

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33.1 miles

Great Dane Rescue, Inc.

PO Box 5543, Plymouth, MI 48170

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33.1 miles

Great Dane Rescue, Inc.

PO Box 5543, Plymouth, MI 48170

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33.1 miles

Great Dane Rescue, Inc.

PO Box 5543, Plymouth, MI 48170

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Rescue

33.1 miles

Great Dane Rescue, Inc.

PO Box 5543, Plymouth, MI 48170

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36.2 miles

Michigan Humane - Westland

900 N. Newburgh Road, Westland, MI 48185

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Rescue

37.9 miles

Focus on Cumberland County Animal Safety-MI Transport Stop

Taylor, MI 48180

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Rescue

37.9 miles

Focus on Cumberland County Animal Safety-MI Transport Stop

Taylor, MI 48180

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Rescue

37.9 miles

Focus on Cumberland County Animal Safety-MI Transport Stop

Taylor, MI 48180

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Rescue

37.9 miles

Focus on Cumberland County Animal Safety-MI Transport Stop

Taylor, MI 48180

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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