Puppies, they’re not just for breakfast anymore

Meet Bacon and Hashbrown, the lone remaining puppies out of six LabraDanes that came to the rescue.  Waffles, Pancakes, Biscuit and Kevin are already adopted and these two are still available. They were born on July 1, 2014 and were here at our house prior to moving on to Camp BowWow South (thank you Camp BowWow) and they’ve been pleasant little buggers here and there.  They are getting neutered on December 4 and will be available afterwards.

Say Hello to Goober Joe

Goober Joe will be joining us at the PA Great Dane Rescue after Thanksgiving.  He is currently in a shelter in West Virginia and below are their observations of Goober Joe:

He was dropped at an intersection where he stayed, watching car after car pass him by. Finally a nice lady opened her car door and he hopped right in. She asked around the general area and spoke with a disabled elderly lady that said she saw someone drive up to the stop sign and push Goober Joe out and drive away. The lady then brought him to us. We quickly discovered what a wonderful boy Goober Joe is. He really enjoys playing fetch, car rides, he does well on leash and enjoys going for walks.  Goober Joe never meets a stranger and is very polite and social. When we went to the vet, he very gently placed his paws on my lap and laid his big sweet head into my chest…he loves to snuggle and get hugs. He greeted everyone that walked in after us with wagging tail and everyone commented on what a wonderful and beautiful boy he is!
Goober Joe is house and crate trained. He’s great cats and other dogs and loves to play. Joe is such a sweet boy! Everyone that meets him falls in love..

A mother and child reunion

Maybe, we’re not actually sure.  Lexi and Ginger are two Danes who came to us from South Carolina where they were living on their own as strays.  A shelter took them in and transferred them to the PA Great Dane Rescue.  Ginger is about 3 1/2 and Lexi is about 1 1/2 years old.  We are guessing, with no real basis, that they are mother and daughter. It makes a good story anyway and they get along better than most mothers and daughters.

Meet Duke

Duke is a Great Dane and he has a problem.  Say hi to Duke.  Duke says “Hi.”  Duke lives on a farm and he likes cow poop.  His owners don’t like him eating cow poop nor do they like the aftermath of Duke’s cow poop adventures.  They have tried to control his new hobby but have not been able to do so and are now looking to place Duke in a home where he won’t pursue his new love.

Duke is a very good dog, he likes kids and is ok with other dogs and with cats.  He is three years old and very healthy.