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Elsa says “Although I have been very lucky and have found my new forever home, please remember that Great Dane Care has more dogs coming in to be re-
Adopt UPDATED 13/3/2020
BELLA’STORY CONTINUED 6th FEBRUARY 2020
Since the initial call for funding to cover her eye cataracts replacement operation, Bella‘s has progressed well. We did have a lovely home with the experienced owner able to cope with the eye drop regime needed for the following 6 months but her visit meant that Bella’s health deteriorated and she had a bout of diarrhoea due to the titbits give during the visit.
Luckily a blood test showed that she was also suffering from pancreatitis and needed a low fat diet. Once on that all went well but due to her weight loss after the diarrhoea the operation was moved to 25th February.
4 days before her operation her movement was really bad and more vets visits and medication resulted, so along with the terrible flooding, resulting with another postponement!!.
Then out of the blue, came a conversation with a very experienced Great Dane owner and her husband, who wanted to take Bella on. They are both retired and live near the eye specialist who they have used with 3 other Danes, they have owned. Yesterday, they took her to her new home and as Great Dane Care, through the crowd funding page, had thankfully collected most of the estimated operation money, a new appointment has been made for 2nd of April, we will update after that date. Your donations have made this possible and we all hope that the remaining £400.00 will come in soon. Thank you all so much from a lovely, lively, Great Dane, happy in the comfort of her new home,
Lili is a fawn, spayed, 19 month old, active intelligent, small Great Dane. What a change in a young bitch she is now definitely doing well and ready for a new home. She has played with a young strong Dane and enjoyed it. At 19 months old, spayed and very clean in her kennel although not the biggest of fawn bitches, Lili is very appealing and good on a lead. in her former home she lived with children and cats .
She needs time to trust people but is gaining confidence daily, well worth a second chance . If you have the time and patience for this girl she will reward you efforts
Willow has a white chest and muzzle tip and is spayed but small for her age. She is just over 18 months old and very agile,untrained but has lived with small children and cats in a house and clean in her kennel . She is a bit bossy with other dogs and not good on a lead so further training is needed. A loving natured bitch suitable for an active household Ideal for an owner with the experience of the breed and maybe a suitable agility dog, certainly high energy. If she is what you want then please give her a second chance
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