Meet Lenny!

Lenny

Lenny boy has been with us a couple of weeks now and is finally getting settled! He was picked up as a stray and was at a local shelter.

He is beautiful and steals all the attention from his foster sister on our walks. Lenny is great on the leash, pulls a little but working on it each day. He knows sit, down, paw and is great in his crate. He will also sleep in as late as you want, he is also potty trained and hasn’t had a single accident inside.

Lenny LOVES to be outside and would do well with a family who has a nice big yard for him to run and play or just meander outside. He will walk for days if you would let him and always has the biggest smile when he’s outside.

As he is a big boy, he would probably do best with a family who has older kids, he likes to play and we are working on being a little bit more gentle as he doesn’t know how big he is! Lenny will likely need to be fed separated from his siblings as he likes to eat his food and anyone else’s that he can see and not a fan of sharing! He likes to “talk” if he can see his foster sibling so he has his own separate space where he can eat without her and he’s great.

He is good with other dogs, but will need a slow intro as it seems he’s been on his own for a while. But warms up perfectly fine with a little time. Cats are still unknown but he hasn’t shown much of a prey drive to squirrels or bunnies that he’s seen. Lenny is 3 years old and already neutered. He is being fostered in Charlotte NC. If interested in applying to adopt Lenny shoot us an email to info@greatdanefriends.com.

We will require that if there are kids in the home they must be 12+ yrs.

 

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