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New Dane Adoption Behaviour Advice

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megan_   

No - you don't make the issue one for rescue as you did not get her through them. Sas has already given advice at the start of this thread and you will be hard pressed to find anyone more experienced in dane rescue than her.

Call in a behaviorist but one experienced with danes. Where are you located?

That's why I suggested contacting Great Dane Rescue - because they can give her honest advice and can at least recommend the right behaviourist if the owner wants to go down that path.

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juice   

The longer you prolong it the harder it will be to let go, she is already getting way too reliant on you.

You have kids, you cannot watch everybody and her all the time, its not possible.

Everyone is living on eggshells , its not fair to anyone.

I'm sure your dog would love to play , but another well balanced dog will come along, perhaps contacting Great Dane rescue for a suitable dog would be the way to go.

You have had advice from the best dane owners and rescuers here, take notice.

Shitty situation for you, you didn't make her this way , and its you who has to make the call. good luck . think with your head not your heart.

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..and please update us on whatever decision you make - we're all thinking of you & your family ...

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Guest crazydoglady99   
Guest crazydoglady99

Bumping this thread, hoping for an update... (happy or sad)

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