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Great Dane Angle Network
501 Ridge Country Road
Haslet, TX 76052  

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This little boy is VERY sweet and loving, says his foster home. He wants to please, his feelings are crushed if a voice is raised at him, and he is trying hard to learn lots of new things. He 'sits' when asked, 'waits', 'comes' (ALWAYS comes!), and has learned that foster mom wants all dogs to not invade the kitchen area. (They all wait by the kitchen door!) He plays with the resident dogs, and many times sleeps snuggled with the resident blind kitty! Foster mom says he has been a fresh canvas to work with but wants very much to please you. He still needs obedience work which works wonders for all dogs. And he is shy when meeting strangers with his long tail tucked up under. But once he sees he will not be hurt, the tail is out and wagging. He's very affectionate, gives quick kisses and sweet hugs. He is very nicely crate trained now and sleeps all night long without a peep. His house manners are wonderful as far as potty training goes. But he needs a little more learning on not counter surfing and other manners. He was emaciated when he came to us with all bones showing, so he might still think he will never get another meal. We hope for a patient and loving home for him to show him the world really is a nice and kindly place after all, and one in which his confidence can grow and one that will watch him blossom into a smart, loyal and special family companion.