Category: “Happy Homes”

Dogs Just Want To Have Fun!

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Alder enjoying the winter weather.

Lily with Kit and Alder (and the Snowman)

Lily with Kit and Alder (and the Snowman)

More cute photos of Great Danes in the snow. So nice to see their owners braving the cold to take their companions out for some fun!

Tank and Shiva

Tank and Shiva

Tank and Shiva getting ready to go for a snow walk!

Snow Dog Dozer

Thanks to Dozer’s owner Heather Valle for sending us these photos of her boy.

(A dog needs to rest…)

Battle for the prime spot on the dog bed

Battle for the prime spot on the dog bed

So I guess the order of hierarchy in the Robnett household goes like this… Stuffed monkey toy, the cat, THEN Tank the Great Dane. Just to be sure I have it right.

Thanks to Jessica for always sending great photos of her boy Tank.

Goodbye to our sweet Lulu

Goodbye to our sweet Lulu

Our own Doug and Peggy Peterson lost their sweet girl Lulu on Wednesday. She was either 13 or 14 years of age and Doug and Peggy did everything they could to keep her with them as long as they could. Two better owners you could never find. They loved her with all their hearts and what a wonderful life they provided for her.

Our deepest condolences to this very caring couple on their loss.

We asked them to write a memorial to Lulu and here is what they wrote to us:

“We adopted Lulu on July 22, 2008, just a few weeks after our Danes Max and Chloe died 5 days apart. We loved her from the moment she bolted out of the kennel and tried to jump in the truck! She had been a stray, and the vet guessed she was 3-4 years old. She was so skinny! But full of life, and so happy to have a home. We brought Sampson home from GDRNC the next day, and Lulu went to work letting him know who was in charge. She was a handful, and we called Colleen every day for the first two weeks to get advice on how to manage her very assertive behavior. She learned quickly and became one of the best dogs we have ever had. She adored squeaky toys, running at the lake, rawhide chews and meal times; she and Sampson became inseparable friends. She was surprisingly funny and was the happiest dog ever. She had pneumonia last year, and the vet told us to prepare ourselves for her death – then called a few hours later to say she had miraculously recovered and to come get her! But age was catching up to her, and by the end of last year she needed a halter to help her stand up, and to walk. We knew the time was here when she wasn’t interested in dinner or cookies. Even at her last hour, she was a great ambassador for Rescue, visiting the staff at the vet’s office and giving everyone there a final kiss. Our home isn’t the same without her and we will forever cherish the years we had together.

Sobbing,

Peggy and Doug”

Their other Great Dane, Sampson, will grieve for the loss of his girl too.




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Jack and His Girls

Jack and His Girls

Obviously it is love! Jack and his rescue girls Stella and Ellie. Wonderful photos!

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Bodie and Stevie

Bodie and Stevie

Just a whole bunch of super cute photos of this lucky pair of Great Danes. Thanks to Gayle and Glen Cook for always sending great photos of their two rescue Danes. (Not sure who loves Glen more, Bodie or Stevie)






Emerson and His New Brother

Emerson and His New Brother

Despina was thinking about adding another Great Dane to her home as a friend for her handsome boy, Emerson. I guess somewhere along the way plans changed because Despina just sent us this photo of Emerson’s new friend. Emerson had never met a cat before but was very good when they first met.

Thank you Despina, for sending us this cute shot!

Katie (formerly Kady) in her new home!

Katie (formerly Kady) in her new home!


Thanks to Leslie for sending us these wonderful photos of their new girl Katie. Here is what Leslie wrote to us:

“Katie (formerly Kady), has made a home in Walnut Creek. Her new adopted family had lost their second Great Dane (also named Katie!) and this little girl has filled their hearts. Katie continues to be a little shadow. She walks from room to room with her new owners. She has many pillows throughout the house, loves to play with toys and is even getting along with her new cat brother, a Maine Coon. She is mellow, sweet and a quick learner. She shakes excitedly when she knows it’s walk time, and she is loving checking out her new neighborhood, which has its share of dogs, hiking trails and even cows in the pasture.
She has met the owners’ friends and relatives, and all have commented on how well behaved and loving she is. The new family wants to thank Great Dane Rescue of Northern California for adopting out such a special girl.”

Our thanks to Leslie and her family for adopting this sweet girl from us!