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Female Young Great Dane

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Great Dane Rescue of MN & WI

About Izzy

Adoption Fee: $400.00

Currently taking applications-- the adoption of Izzy will be a longer than normal process to ensure she finds her perfect home-- She still needs to be spayed and will be available to officially adopt after her surgery.

Izzy is 1 years old, and a young sassy girl that has been a joy to have in our home.

Izzy came to us very nervous and hesitant. With patience and understanding, Izzy quickly opened up to us, freely roamed the house, would let us know if she needed to go outside, and sought us out for pets.

Izzy is a talkative gal and often expresses her nervousness and excitement with grumbles and barks, but is easily redirectable.

Izzy knows how to sit, stay, shake, lay down, and follows commands very easily-she’ll do anything for a treat!

Izzy needs a quiet home, who is willing to continue working on manners. She also needs a home that is able to give her lots of attention, as her ideal day would be spending it snuggling in bed with her hoomans, getting petted, being fed treats, and chasing after squirrels in a backyard.

If you’re looking for your own personal shadow and to patiently love her unconditionally, than Izzy is your gal!



Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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