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


100% of all donated funds go directly to the Medical costs, feeding, equipment, and other direct costs of rescuing Great Danes. There are no overhead costs such as staffing of offices, salaries, etc.

Thank you for your generosity!

D. A. N. E.

Dane Angel Network Enterprise

Dedicated to help Great Danes have a life of quality with dignity and love.

Foster update:  11/07/02  Alexis went through further medical testing and our vets conferred with her previous vets regarding a suspicion of her having cardiomyopathy.  After her final x-rays showed her heart to be in perfect size and placement, our vets spayed her with no problems and no after effects.  She looks and acts well and our vets feel that her other tests were based on her elevated heart rate, etc. from being fearful and over excited at being at the vet hospital.  She is now living with 5 other Danes in her foster home and enjoying every minute!  She is happy and puppy-playful.  She can also be surprisingly quiet and well-behaved for a young Dane.  She is affectionate and responsive and loves walks and Dane-leaning!  She is nicely crate trained and easily goes in when asked.  She loves all toys and will pull every single one out of the toy basket to play with all over the living room floor!  Her foster mom and dad say she is absolutely adorable and is a total treat to have in their home.  They feel someone is going to be very lucky that gets this sweet girl to adopt!

Alexis is a 22 month old tall, beautiful female.  She is black with lots of pretty white on her chest and toes and tail.  She is a little insecure, but is very sweet and greets strangers with a wag and enthusiasm.  She is obedience trained and is easy to walk and handle.  She is undergoing medical tests to determine if she has Cardiomyopathy, a life threatening condition which could shorten her life.  She has been in at least 4, or maybe 5 homes in her short 22 months and will need to be placed in a forever home this time around.  She will need a home ready to hug her and tell her she will never be given away again.  If she does have a heart condition she will need medication for the rest of her life. She was given up because one home had no time for her, and another could not afford to keep her, and another was told by the landlord that though he would allow dogs in his lease, he would not allow Great Danes!  She needs a forever home now and she will most assuredly repay with tons of love and devotion in return.  Please contact us for more details and results of the medical tests. 

 

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