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This is Chloe!!  She will be 2 years old soon.  She is black with natural ears and a big splash of white on her chest and a touch on her toes.  She is supposed to be good with little dogs, kids and adults. Her owners said she was bought as a 3 or 4 month old puppy from a breeder in Red Oak.  They had answered an ad in the paper but had to meet the breeder at a gas station to purchase her instead of being invited to the breeder's property.  She was offered for $50 because she was supposed to be the 'runt' of the litter and hard to sell.   The breeder gave the buyers no information on how to properly raise, feed and love a Great Dane. Consequently, for two years, Chloe has lived the majority of her life outside, tied and chained in the cold and heat, receiving sparse nutrition and attention.  She lived along side of another dog until he died of cancer.  Then she watched as another little dog was brought home and allowed to live inside the house, where her people lived, of course, and where all Danes crave to live too.

She has supposedly been through three heat seasons and has had to live through them at the end of a chain, fending off the attacks of the neighborhood male dogs the best she could.  As the story of the owners goes, the neighborhood male dogs finally destroyed the fence, which gave Chloe little protection anyway, and she began to get out of her chains and run the neighborhoods often being picked up by animal control, and then returned home to be put back out on the chain.  The owners said their patience ran out having had to go fetch her so many times from where ever she ran away to and they decided Chloe had to go.

She came into our rescue in much need of a bath and needing long toe nails cut.  She had a bad urinary tract infection and internal parasites for which she is now getting proper vet care and medications.  Her spay was not normal with internal problems, complications and infection.  (Perhaps being raped over and over might be a causative factor?)  She is, however, on the mend now and is feeling much better.  She was taught nothing about manners or obedience or how to walk on a leash.  But she has a sweet nature and is trying to learn things now that will make her the sweet young lady she was born to be.  She is learning how to 'sit' and to walk WITH her person.  She will need someone willing to take her to fun obedience classes to help her develop into the loyal companion dog she desperately wants to be.