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Adopt Kiki (Keuchly)

Female Young Great Dane

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Giant Hearts Giant Dog Rescue, Inc

About Kiki (Keuchly)

Meet Kiki, she is a spayed 1 year old petite great Dane. Kiki is special needs. When she is super nervous or excited she will spin(like chasing her tail, to the right). Kiki also has epilepsy seizures. They are not frequent and the medication she is on keypad them at bay. However, she needs to get her medication twice a day. It's super easy to do and she is a happy girl.

Kiki loves other dogs. She is playful but not overly so. She loves to be with you and is great on leash when wearing a harness. She will try to back out of a collar. Consider opening your home and heart to this sweet girl.

Adoption Fee: $300



Kiki (Keuchly)
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats

Giant Hearts Giant Dog Rescue, Inc

4500 Miles Ave Suffolk VA 23435

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