Zoe is a 15 month old, spayed and gastropexied female Dane.  Zoe came to the rescue as an owner surrender because they did not have time to care for her. Zoe is full of energy and is very much a puppy! She weighs approximately 112 pounds and is still growing!

Zoe is a very strong and smart dog who will require a strong pack leader. Zoe goes to doggie daycare five days a week with two other Danes. She plays well with other dogs, but she doesn’t realize how big and strong she is!  She would be best suited in a home with other large breed dogs, no cats and no small children. 

She would make an excellent companion for someone looking for a running mate or that likes to go for hikes. Zoe loves to go for rides in the car, take a dip in the pool and trips to the dog park.  She is house & crate trained and knows basic commands. She is a social butterfly and will play for hours with squeaky toys!


Duchess is a 9 year old love bug that wants to sleep on the sofa and cuddle with you! She still has a bit of spunk and spring in her step as she likes short-spurted romps around the yard!  

She is house- and crate-trained, good with older kids and decent on a leash. She doesn’t require long walks but appreciates a neighborhood stroll here and there. She loves going for car rides especially when she can have her head on your shoulder.

She is happy, safe and well-behaved in the house therefore free roam is fine. Duchess would do best in a home with no stairs and floors that are carpeted as she isn’t fond of bare floors. Duchess prefers a quiet and calm environment without small dogs as they make her anxious. She would do best with large dogs that are laid back and submissive as she prefers to be the dominant one. She is also a snorer!

As said if you are looking for a partner to watch Netflix and chill (like really chill out) Duchess would be a great companion. 

Duchess lives up to her name and is looking for a kingdom.

*Duchess had to have emergency surgery due to bloat. She is fully-recovered and completely ready for her forever home! For more information or to donate to help with her veterinary expenses, check out our Medical Fund.