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In Memoriam

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Rest In Peace Charlie

February 23, 2020

Benjamin Krantz wrote to us about the passing of his beloved boy Charlie. Our condolences to Ben and his wife Melissa on their loss. It is so hard to lose a Dane, as we all know. Our thoughts are with the Krantz family. Here is what Benjamin wrote to us about Charlie:

“I rescued Charlie in March 2012, he was 2 and a half years old and looking for a forever home. He was a little timid at first but immediately obsessed with me as I was with him. He helped me find my wife Melissa and Charlie was with us for another 8 and a half more years. He loved the sun, stuffed dinosaurs , eating, and every person he ever met. He lived to a very happy 11 years and passed with his closest friends and family in the room. We will miss you every day big guy.”

Stella Joins Her Daughter Lucy in Heaven

Stella Joins Her Daughter Lucy in Heaven

February 5, 2020

Paula Ashcroft let us know her fawn girl Stella passed recently. Stella is the mother to Lucy who also passed recently and is posted on our site. We are happy to know Mother and Daughter and reunited again. Our condolences to Paula. Here is what she wrote to us: “With a heavy heart we said goodbye to our lovely loyal 10+ year old Great Dane Stella. We rescued her 8 years ago from GDRNC. She was in a terrible abusive puppy mill, emaciated and pregnant with five puppies. Stella definitely got her groove back. Safe travels over the rainbow bridge. RIP sweet girl.”

Lucy Has Passed

Lucy Has Passed

February 5, 2020

Lucy’s owner, Elaina Hernandez, sadly let us know her long legged sweet girl has passed. We thank Elaina for being a wonderful mother to Lucy and for all she has done for Rescue. Here is what Elaina wrote:

“Heya! Well, our nervous Lucy LooHoo crossed the rainbow bridge yesterday about 3pmish.Back in October she bloated with torsion had surgery and didnt have to have any  intestines or stomach removed she was just drained washed and flipped back into regular position and my vet tached her stomach since she wasnt tacked with her spay. But yesterday she became ill again and bloated again =/The hard descion had to be made and we SAID OUR GOODBYES and our vet sent her over the rainbow Bridge with myself and my spouse Drew Lucy’s Boo, and our Mama Wolf, our trainer and doggy daycare owner whom I had had the pleasure to be a Client and fam-damily member for the past 20 years by her side! Lucy’s favorite peopleThis past week was my bday and we took her and her Pomsky brother to yosemite and stayed in a cabin for a few nights, monday night she ran the the Fungility course at our class.  And she did her favorite thing the tunnel like 6 times! She went out with bang!!!She made it 8, my sweet special girl who’s mom was abandoned in that barn! Colleen  thank u so much for giving me the lifetime opportunity of being Lucy’s FUREVER home since she was about 14 weeks old.She will be SO missed BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN.  That girl TAUGHT ME SO MUCH, that I’m a better dog mom now because of our lessons together! Just wanted to update u since we hadn’t emailed in awhile.When I ready, I will for sure contact u for another Sweet girl  needing a furever homeGreat Danes rule!”

Goodbye to Dori

Goodbye to Dori

December 31, 2019

We just got this sad note from Maureen and Gary that their beloved Dori passed away. Our deepest sympathies to Maureen and Gary on their loss. Dori was the third Dane adopted from us. All three had issues, but Maureen and Gary worked through/accepted them and the Danes lived a happy life filled with love.

Here is what Maureen wrote: “Just reaching out to you to let you know we lost Dori.  It was actually a weeks back but I’ve had a hard time talking about her until recently.  We noticed she wasn’t as playful then a couple of days later she seemed to be breathing harder after our walk.  So I took her in to the vet who sent me up to the Veterinary Specialty Clinic in Central Point, OR which he said was on par with UC Davis.  Three hours later I was bringing her body back to bury.  I know I was in disbelief.  The vet said she had a growth around her heart (which she thought was most likely cancerous) that had burst.  They drained 3 liters of blood from her lungs but couldn’t save her.
She was such a sweet, beautiful girl.  For weeks every time I went out the front I expected to see her coming around the side of the house to go for our walk.  We buried her out in the upper pasture where she loved to run so every time I walk the loop I talk to her.  I still miss her.  I’m glad we had her with us for the time we did but it was much too short.
So sorry to send sad news. ”
Maureen

Eulogy For Cochise

Eulogy For Cochise

September 30, 2019

Our condolences to Barbara and Scott on the loss of their ten year old boy Cochise. We will miss all the cute photos Barbara always sent in of Shawnee and Cochise. Here is what Barbara wrote:

Today was the saddest day Our old man drifted away On a soft cloud bristling with treats With his legs still swift Where his tail still beats To the rhythm of his humor And the food schedule
He left too soon We howl at the moon

Millie – Taken Too Young

Millie – Taken Too Young

September 26, 2019

We received this sad note yesterday from Sinee and her family letting us know of MIllie’s passing. Millie came into rescue as an older puppy with her brother. Millie was lucky enough for the Halladay family to come meet her and take her home. Here is what Sinee wrote:

” I am writing you with the heaviest heart to share that we lost Millie last Friday, September 20, 2019. It was a very sudden loss as we were out on our walk and she collapsed on the sidewalk. She was 2 months short of celebrating her 7th birthday with us. Our family is devastated but wanted to take a moment to thank you for choosing us to love her 6 plus years ago. She made our family complete. We cherished every moment we were blessed to have with her. Thank you for doing all that you do.  All the best,  Sinee, Eric, Austin and Amara Halladay “

Maggie Is Gone

Maggie Is Gone

September 25, 2019

Please read the touching tribute we posted just previous to this from Maggie’s mom Julie.

Here is Maggie’s story:

Maggie came into rescue a dirty mess. Double ear infection, staph infection on her face and she required a complete mastectomy because of mammary tumors. We placed her in a home but when she, 7 months later, developed Canine Leproid Granuloma (CLG) she was returned. We spent months diagnosing/treating Maggie. During this time she endured countless biopsies, surgeries and vet visits, and never showed anything but a superlative temperament. Just a sweet, loving girl. The vet said amputating her ear (which was ground zero for the CLG) would be “curative”, meaning we could avoid months of antibiotics and topical medicines and all the vet visits if we removed the ear and the granulomas. So Maggie became the one eared Great Dane, but this never interfered with her good looks. Julie Meyer saw this one eared girl and recognized her inherent beauty and adopted Maggie. We thought Maggie was cured and would live a normal life after this, which is what we told Julie. We were wrong. About a month or so after her adoption, a new CLG lump appeared and continued to come and go throughout her life. She also developed allergies and was on allergy injections, as well as her horrific bout with pneumonia which Julie mentioned in her memorial. Throughout her time with Maggie, Julie accepted whatever came her way and just loved her girl. She never complained or blamed Rescue for adopting out this “lemon” of a dog. She just felt the joy of living with Maggie. When the lymphoma came on suddenly and virulently, we all hoped chemotherapy would help buy her some time. It really didn’t and Julie made the call to say goodbye to Maggie when she started to go downhill. I wish everyone could have met Maggie. I’m not exaggerating her status as Best Dog In The World. She really was. I cannot say enough good things about the angel known as Julie Meyer. 99% of people out there would not have suffered through all the medical problems Maggie had, but Julie did. My eternal thanks goes out to this amazing, wonderful woman. I will never forget Maggie and her example of what we all love about this special breed. Rest in peace sweet girl.

Best Dog In The World

Best Dog In The World

September 24, 2019

Thanks to Julie Meyer, Maggie’s mother, for sending in this touching tribute to her girl. Maggie truely was the best dog in the world.

Maggie Meyer:       B: 12/15/12  D: 9/23/19

Where do I start when describing the years I’ve had with the most beautiful Dane ever? She came into our lives in the spring of 2015 and warmed our hearts with her sweet and mellow spirit. She loved everyone, human, canine, feline and equine.  I could trust her with all the animals and fowl on our little farm. 

She had the most strong devotion to me in particular, which I returned equally.

She was my best-est girl.

Maggie suffered from medical issues before and after I adopted her, she never let that her drag her down. Pneumonia almost took her from me not quite 2 years ago, but excellent vet care and her fighting spirt gave us this extra time. She was far too young to die from Lymphoma, and I will miss her always. My gratitude knows no limits to Colleen and Great Dane Rescue of Northern California- who supported Maggie and me unwaveringly through all her health issues.  

If the best dogs could live forever- she’d never have left me. 

Cause, she was the absolute Best.

Love you always my darling girl.

Gracie

Gracie

September 19, 2019

Our sincere condolences to Maxine Gutzman on the loss of her beloved Gracie. Everytime we post a memorial, we think back on our own Dane losses and our hearts go out to others who lose a beloved Great Dane. Here is what Maxine wrote about her girl Gracie:

“This is one of of my greatest sorrows. My love Gracie passed away September 3, 2019. She truly was the love of my life.  She got me through the passing of my husband and two huge moves. Every night I tucked her in with her blankie in my bed. She slept beside me for the last four years.  We always traveled together. She had wonderful manners and was always invited to my friends with me.  I am so heartbroken.  After spending thousands I couldn’t save her.”

Emerson – Rest In Peace

Emerson – Rest In Peace

June 3, 2019

Our condolences to Despina and John on the loss of their sweet boy Emerson who died suddenly from a stroke. Here is what Despina wrote about her special guy:

“Emerson was just about to turn 5 when he died on April 29, 2019. He was a sweet, gentle soul whose favorite thing in life was going to the beach and jumping into the ocean. “