Meet Obi!


Obi is on Medical Hold while she is treated for heart worms.  More information is on our Medical Fund page.

Obi is a 4 year old female, spayed Great Dane who joined the rescue through an owner surrender. Her previous owners were gone for most of the day and did not have the time that Obi deserves to have devoted to her. Obi is heartworm positive and currently undergoing treatment.

She is a typical velcro Great Dane who likes to help and supervise everything that you do. She is very friendly and loving and just wants to be around people. Obi is great with other dogs, cats, and kids of all ages. She transitioned very quickly into her foster home and loves to play with her Great Dane foster brother. Obi enjoys naps on the couch with the resident cat and protecting her foster home from the UPS guy. She is crate trained but is also trustworthy enough to be left alone in the house.

Obi would probably do best in a forever home where her people are home for a majority of the day, as we do not want a repeat of her previous home where she was left alone for more than 9 hours a day. Whoever adopts Obi will hit the jackpot with this calm, sweet girl!

Though Obi is currently on Medical Hold while we’re working to get her healthy again, we are still accepting adoption applications to find the perfect family for her to go home to as soon as she’s ready!

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