Meet Delilah! She is full grown approximately 2 yrs old Bull-Mastiff mix. She likes being near you, she currently has some stiffness right now in her hips and rear end but we think that medication and exercise will solve that. She has shown herself to be good with dogs and ignores cats. She is fully up to date on her shots, altered and micro-chipped. Her adoption fee will be 300 dollars.
Meet Ally, she is a Great Dane female who is approximately 5 years old, and thinks that she is a lap dog. She is not dog or cat aggressive and there have not been any problems with her around most children, but she cannot be around kids younger than 6. She is a 'talker' who can be very verbal, and is both crate trained and house broken. She is an older gal who enjoys laying around, but will play with you if you get her excited. She will be spayed prior to adoption, up to date on vaccinations and does not have any medical concerns. Her adoption fee is $250.
This is Jeanie, she is a corso/lab mix. Super sweet, great with other dogs, cats and chickens. She gives her paw to little kids to get attention. She is pregnant ands due any day. Full grown, she should be around 80lbs not pregnant. She is hw positive and will receive the treatment as soon as we can. She is appx 3yrs old, she will be utd in vaccinations and spayed pruor to adoption. Her adoption fee $300
Taylor is a 5 1/2yr old VERY TALL Great Dane. He is all black and some white. Taylor is a very sweet boy and wants nothing more than to be by your side at ALL times. He has serious isolation anxiety and because of this, he cannot be left alone. He literally is a Velcro dog. We will be trying doggy day care with him to see if this helps. He has never been crate trained and was tied up to be left alone quite often. This is why he has such a problem with you leaving the room. Other dogs do not alleviate his lonliness, it's strickly people related. He will snuggle, follow you around, and be happy to go anywhere you are going. He is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, heartworm negative (on hw/flea prevention) and his adoption fee is $250.
Gracie is a 5 yr old Great Dane. She is all black and some white. Gracie was adopted and returned to us a little more than a yr later. She came back with some fears of the unknown and timid. Gracie is fairly quiet and laid back, she prefers to be at home, is crate trained and does not have accidents in the home. She is afraid to go outside alone so her foster mom always goes outside with her for potty breaks. Gracie jumps and shakes at the slightest new loud noises. She needs a family that will be understanding and loving with her. She is a great girl. She is spayed, up to date on vaccinations, heartworm negative (on hw/flea prevention) and her adoption fee is $250.
Piper is a 6 yr old Neapolitan Mastiff. She is extremely sweet and loving. It was obvious she was used for breeding and kept in a crate too small for her for long periods of time. Piper gets along with other animals but prefers that she be left alone and not get in her face. She loves to snuggle on the couch and is enjoying being part of a family. Piper will be up to date on all vaccinations, spayed and micro-chipped prior to adoption. Her adoption fee is $250.
Meet Roman, he is a 1.5yr old Great Dane male who is completely white except for a patch on one eye, who is completely deaf. Him and his sister Missy, have had it rough. As puppies, the breeder wanted to euthanize them because they were white. Their new dad and his mom came and saved the day. They brought both puppies home to care for. It wasn't long before their new dad started getting very sick. He was still able to walk them and play with them, for a while. Missy and Roman's dad suddenly passed away 10/7/15. These two were so frightened, they wouldn't let anyone but Grandma come into the room where their daddy lay. After a while animal control came and restrained them so the mortician could take their daddy's body away. Roman and Missy stayed by Grandma's side and struggled with all of the people who were coming and going in the home. They were very stressed and pacing, barking, whining, and they just couldn't relax. Grandma knew the two dogs were just too much for her and her wonderful friends from Suffolk Humane Society called us. After 3 visits to the home to gain some trust, we were able to get Roman and Missy in the car. Roman is already wagging his tail and giving his foster mamma kisses, not quite for his foster sister and dad. Missy and Roman are with a temporary foster, they need someone who can foster them and work with them on their manners, socialization, and showing them the world isn't such a scary place. Neither have shown any form of aggression and they are opening up a little more as time passes.