Meet Pearl!

Pearl

Pearl is a sweet girl who was adopted back in 2018. We didn’t know a lot about Pearl’s background then as she was a stray. She had anxiety in certain situations and needed a quiet patient home to. help her flourish. Well as life happens, her new family had a baby and this sparked her anxiety again. They worked with her and used trainers and a behaviorist ( for 2 years) but now that the baby is up and walking and running it has really caused her anxiety to increase. So Pearl has found herself needing a new home with no small children.

Pearl is somewhere between 7-9 years and is still very active. She is a sweet girl who loves to run, sit on couches and eat peanut butter stuffed Kongs. She is potty trained and crate trained (but hates being in the crate). It took a long time for her to become comfortable going in a crate and she is a bit of a Houdini but her family will provide a crate she has not been able to escape from. She loves to run in a fenced yard but doesn’t love a leash. She has never been a flight risk for her family though, she just wants to be with her people. She has anxiety and takes a daily medication for it as well as a daily thyroid pill.

Pearl has lived with two other dogs and her groomer says she is good with the cats in her salon. The ideal forever home would be someone with Great Dane experience who has a soft couch, large yard, no young children and patience for a dog that has been through some hard times in her life. She is a beautiful girl full of spunk and just wants a low key home environment where she can live her golden years.

For info on adopting Pearl email us at info@greatdanefriends.com.

She is being fostered in Greenville SC

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