I’ve been named Mr. Big because I’m a HUGE Great Dane. Let’s say I’m the size of a small pony at 185 lbs. Of course I’m done growing as unfortunately I’m already considered a senior, at the age of 6-7. I’m looking for a new home at this stage of my life because having a dog like me is not cheap and my previous owner basically dumped me at his mom’s, who really couldn’t afford to keep me.
I’m very healthy and still quite active, but obviously due to my size and age, not obnoxious. I’m rather mellow at home, but I have a very protective side to me. So ideally I’m looking for someone with experience in handling a huge protective dog. Of course, I am looking for someone who will work on that protection issue and not let me become overprotective of him/her.
Because I’m so big, and can be nervous around new people, I really am looking for a very mellow household, with no kids. I’m great with cats and get along with dogs but due to my size, I don’t really care for tiny dogs.
I am however extremely loving and would love nothing more than to take over your couch, or better yet, have one all to myself. I don’t have too many years in front of me, especially at my size, but if I could find someone to give me that great life for my old age, it would be a dream come true. I’ve been in foster care several months, but due to a situation now have to move and I really think it’s time for me to find my own home. Don’t you agree and won’t you share your home with me? I’m simply wonderful.
I’m Kasey a young Great Dane mix and I’m looking for a home. I’m sweet, friendly and would be a wonderful addition to any family. I love kids, I love cats, I love dogs. I’m hoping to find a home soon so my new family can educate me properly, I’m very eager to learn and to please.
I’m Chuck and I grew up to be a huge boy, I was supposed to be a Shepherd / Pitbull mix but it’s obvious someone in the family was a Great Dane. I was adopted this week by my foster home who saw me grow into the handsome fellow that I am now and couldn’t let me go.
I’m the one who had the lumpy ears that would remain atrophied, well you know what? They turned out to be cute, teeny-tiny ears, they just add to my charm.
I love this new home, a real family with parents, older kids and two older doggy sisters. They taught me everything I know and I respect them.