Transferred to Willamette Great Dane Rescue!
here's my MCAS weblink
I am obviously a big dog but also a big baby. I cannot promise to take down any bad guys, but I will definitely keep your feet warm! I will also likely hog the bed and keep you awake with my snoring. But all of that will be worth having a companion like me as part of your family. Once I am comfortable with my new home, I will blossom into the biggest lap dog you could ever hope for! I am about 4 years of age and I weigh a skinny140 lbs. My rear legs and knees turn inward and I will have diagnostic x-rays on July 18th. An adopter would need to assume responsibility for my medical needs, but since we won't have a good idea of those needs until the 18th, I am available to foster-to-adopt until then.