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Female Senior Great Dane

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About Jazzy

Adoption Fee: $500.00

Meet Jazzy!

She's 6.5, and has been bred her entire life on every heat cycle she had. This poor breeding mama has had so many litters it's really pushed aged her more than it should have. 

She is the sweetest girl on the planet so she's not letting the past get to her! She's calm but fun once she opens up! 

She is crate trained, can be around other calm dogs, and cats, but really will prefer to be spoiled as an only dog since she's been fighting for attention her whole life. She does not tolerate high energy dog shenanigans so that will need to be monitored on a routine basis.

She walks great on leash, is good with all humans, and honestly is the dream dog!! If you've been wanting a dane and can open your home to a senior, she'll be the one for you! 



6 years, 8 months
Primary Color
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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