Ozark Mountain Tigger

Great Dane
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Home:Fayetteville, Arkansas, AR  
Age: 15 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 100+ lbs

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T~dog, Tig, Tiggerus maximus

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

July 7th 2000

Going with Papa to work every day.

Other dog's that insist on prolonged crotch sniffing. Just say hi and go on please!

Favorite Toy:
Rope tug-o-war toy

Favorite Food:
Papa's sandwitch at lunch.

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere Papa is at.

Best Tricks:
When Papa says "Watch my stuff", Tigger makes sure noone takes any of his tools out of the Service Truck.

Arrival Story:
Tigger adopted us straight from an irresponsible breeder who was going to (to put it nicely) destroy him for being a mismarked puppy . She gave us the weekend to save him, we packed up our family and drove 3 hours after an ice storm to get him . Tigger was emaciated beat up by litter mates and completely out of control. He had no dog manners at all and taught us how to learn and be pack leaders though we still learn each day. Tigger also taught us how many pure Danes needed rescue in this area of NW Arkansas. Over 300 a year get put down due to human neglect, the limits of local shelters and not enough foster parents/adoptions and rescue orgs. Most dogs come in because people did not realize how big they would get or that you have to work with each dog to get the results you see in a good pack. Since Tigger joined our lives we have fostered 35 Danes. We have also been adopted by 5 Danes and one forever foster who finished his life here. WE ARE SO BLESSED. We owe all the lives saved to Tigger's lessons for us.

We are not "speciests" however we are partial to Danes due to their couch potato mentality and low energy levels. They fit to our family and the fact that most shelters can not house or care for Great Breads gives us a purpose. Tigger and family strongly suggest adoption to any one looking for pets, as well as neuter and spaying to prevent overpopulation and ultimate deaths of unwanted pups !!

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