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Babe is a flashy colored merle and white with one blue eye, one hazel eye.  She was thrown from a truck and abandoned.  Good Samaritans saw it happen and rushed to help her.  They brought her home, took her to the vet,  and fell in love with her since she has a very sweet nature.  When they took her to be spayed, they were told, oh no, she is about to have puppies!  She delivered 8 puppies but sadly only 3 survived.  Who knows if being thrown from that truck had anything to do with that!  Babe was a wonderful mom, the puppies were beautiful and carefully homed to super families.  Now Babe needs a new home.  It is not that she is not wanted and loved by the folks who rescued her.  They are seniors with disabilities and are pretty overwhelmed trying to handle a big young girl like Babe.  So, they sadly feel that she would be better with a younger family that can give her walks and work with her better.

They have learned a lot about her and have told that she is very good with people and dogs.  She loves to go to the dog park, loves to ride in the car, loves to eat!  But the eating part has to be watched as they say she would probably eat chopped up cardboard if it was in her dish!  A girl with a good appetite.  :-)

Babe has always been gentle with their grandsons of 7 and 9 years of age.  And she lives with a 35 pound dog friend.  She loves to walk but is a little hard for the folks to keep up with her.  Her dad says, "When she wants to go for a walk she will go get her leash and parade it in front of me. If I don't take notice or say "no walk" she will drop it in my lap or at my feet and sit and look at me." (Pretty cute.  Also pretty smart.)  "When my wife and I start to leave to go somewhere she will go get her leash. I have to tell her to "stay" as we leave."

They say that she is affectionate and wants to be a lap dog.  Very much a Dane thing.  She will also lay at their feet when they are working on the computer.  She just wants to be wherever they are.  She has learned things like 'sit', 'down', 'come', and of course 'go for a ride' and 'go for a walk'.  :-)  But they feel like someone that trains better than they know how to can teach her many more things.

A note from her mom and dad:  "We would love to keep her but our health, age, and future uncertainty have become mitigating factors. She is a member of our family in every sense of the word, but it is time to think what is best for her and us. I could write a book about our life with her. She has been a joy to everyone around her. She is loving, mischievous, intelligent, and in need of a loving home that can enjoy her and look after her needs. She will give back triple."