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Wednesday, October 4, 2017

"DADE" Great Dane Mix and Phillip Poodle mix - a Bonded Pair!

ADOPTED together!
Oct 2017
"We could not be happier that these two sweethearts found their forever home! Thank you, Jennifer, for adopting them together. While they were in DoveLewis' care, they were happiest when they were together. We are excited for your new, bigger family!" Dove Lewis comment on MCAS Facebook

Available for adoption at Multnomah County Animal Services!

Dade isn't as tall as a purebred Great Dane, but just as regal. Dade is still very underweight - but has already gained 7 pounds since arriving last week at the MCAS shelter
here's my Mcas weblink  
My name is Dade and I make the best of every situation and I love to play! I do need to go home with my buddy Phillip. If you are looking for a fun, playful dog to add some joy to your life and help make you laugh, then look no further. I will bring endless fun and keep you entertained with my goofy antics. If you can keep up with me then I promise that we will have a life full of enjoyment with lots of great stories! I was found tied up with my buddy, Phillip, both of us starving. I am on my way to recovery and have already gained 7 pounds since arriving at the shelter last week. I am asking for a home with kids over the age of 8 years, as I take treats very hard. If you think we could make a great team, come and meet me today! I am about 6 years old and weigh a thin 55 pounds.


 Someone called into the MCAS shelter, and animal services found Dade and Philip tied to a pole.
They were brought into into Dove Lewis Animal Hospital, as strays who
needed emergency vet care.
It was obvious to staff that the 2 dogs were very bonded.
Once stable, Phillip and Dade were transferred from Dove Lewis to MCAS where they 
continued to get proper medical care.
They were later put up for adoption as a "Bonded Pair"
and adopted into a loving home.

photos courtesy Dove Lewis

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