Type: Great Dane
House Trained: Yes
The second gentleman of the pair has just come into foster with me today. Please meet Scooby. He is incredibly handsome and with proper care, he will be beyond stunning. This boy is wary at the moment, he reminds me of a child whose world has been shattered and he is wondering what he did wrong. There is a sadness to his eyes and a hesitancy to ask for attention. I know this will pass in time, but it is heartbreaking. The stats are: almost 3 years old, fawn, 34ish inches at the shoulder and currently skeletal at 130lbs, so at his full weight a guess would be 160 more. He has been around children and doesn't seem to care about the office cat. He knows sit, down, paw, other paw, come and I'm sure there are more that we haven't explored yet. He walks nicely on a leash and although wary, has been good with my staff. Personality is that of a dominant male that has just been neutered, so his ideal placement would be with a female of similar, size age and activity level (to be determined). He has been loving and sweet with me and rides nicely in the car, he knows to stay in the backseat. Scooby should go to a Dane savvy home that can help him past his sadness and help him be everything he is capable of being.
Looking forward to being part of your family :)