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TINY. He is a tall, beautiful blue merle with lots of white, and stunning blue eyes! He was given up by a family that adopted him over 2 years ago from the North Texas Humane Society. Sadly, they had to move with a job transfer to a place that would not allow dogs and reluctantly had to give him up. He was not abused or neglected but was loved and kept inside as a family member. Tiny is smart, learns fast, and is willing and responsive. He knows some basic obedience like 'sit', 'down', 'come', and 'no' but will need more obedience training to get fine tuned. He was definitely a housedog before and has very good house manners. He has adapted nicely to being crate trained, doesn't get on the couch, and is easy to handle. He pulls on the leash so will need some work learning to walk and heal better. He likes rides in the car. His dog socialization skills need some work but in his foster home he has successfully met another Dane, a Saint, and two wiggly Dane puppies that are 6 months old. They now all play well together as good friends. He is not good with the cats and it is believed that he would not be tolerant with small dogs or aggressive or alpha-acting dogs. His foster home feels Tiny is bright, responsive when called, takes correction well, and is very trainable. He has met strangers to the home, including kids ages 9 and 11, in a friendly manner and in his former home was around 7 and 11 year old kids and did well with them. So far, everyone at our vet hospital, his foster family, and anyone else that has met Tiny likes him.

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