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Millie (formerly Miller)

June 25, 2016

Millie just celebrated her three year “anniversary” of being adopted from us.  Thanks to the Halladay family for these great photos.  From these photos we can see that Millie is not bored at home!  I still after all these years am amazed at the wonderful lives some of our rescue Danes lead.  Some go everywhere […]

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Nurse Daisy

Nurse Daisy

June 18, 2016

Daisy’s “Dad” recently had knee surgery and “Mom” Christine sent us this photo to show us how Daisy is taking care of him.

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Sprout  (formerly Alexa)

Sprout (formerly Alexa)

June 18, 2016

Sprout’s owner Kathe wrote to us recently about Sprout:    “Just wanted to let you know she’s fine and has come along way.  She doesn’t shake anymore around people.  Such a loving dog.  Her favorite thing is when we walk daily through the forest.  She runs like the wind but comes when called.  I love her […]

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Lily, aka “Muddog”

Lily, aka “Muddog”

June 18, 2016

Gopher hunting…….it’s a nasty business, but someone(dog) has to do it! Lily, owned by our own Lori Lynne and Eric.

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Maggie In Her New Home

Maggie In Her New Home

June 12, 2016

Maggie and one of her new brothers “Rummy” doing what Danes do best!

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Gracie (formerly Ruby)

Gracie (formerly Ruby)

June 12, 2016

Here is what Gracie’s owner Maxine wrote to us:  “I just wanted to say thank you for this wonderful girl.  She brings us pure joy.  I thank God daily for Gracie.  From the time I drove to Northern California from Oregon to rescue this beautiful girl it’s been magical.  A real love story.  She travels […]

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Buddy and Mia

Buddy and Mia

June 11, 2016

Page and her late husband Carl were long time adopters and foster care parents for Rescue.  She kindly sent us these cute shots of Buddy and Mia and the following paragraph: “Buddy came into our lives in July of ’08 as a foster.  Such a sad sack, pretty well a walking petri dish.”  (Buddy had the […]

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