Our adoption area is flexible along the East Coast provided we can find a rescue in the area willing to perform a home visit for us. In addition, you will still be required to come to the foster home of the dog with all of your current dogs and family members to adopt.
Our adoption fees are 350.00 for dogs under 1 and 325.00 for dogs over 1.
GDRA Adoption Application-revised Please scan and return completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thor is a handsome 160lb mantle. He is a year and a half, still a pup! He was with a family unable to take care of him. He’s neutered and also has had his stomach tacked. Thor gets along with other dogs, cats, kids and has been fine with horses as well. He is house and kennel trained. Thor is a typical Dane and thinks he’s a lap dog!
Sully is a 3 yr old neutered male that came to us from a shelter. He loves walks, shaking stuffed toys, ropes and cuddles. He is filled with personality and although he has claimed one of my couches of his own, he still shares. He likes other dogs but needs to warm up to them and can get a little grumbly if they are too high energy. He gives the best hugs and is an awesome body pillow at nighttime. He has been around cats a couple times and although curious he did not get aggressive. He is as sweet as he looks with anyone, good with kids (has been surrounded with kids 6 and up being loud and he just let them pet him) and has a kind heart. He’s a sweet boy looking for a forever home of his own.
Bristol is a 7/8 year old senior that came to us locally from Craven Pamlico Animal Services as a stray. She was in pretty bad shape when they found her, the smell of her body was awful. She had quite a few vet visits for the first few months she was with us. Lucky for her she was at one time getting care from someone as she was already spayed and miraculously heartworm negative! She has been battling chronic skins infections and allergies. She had a urinary tract infection, ear infections in both ears and a skin infection. She’s been on meds to help battle all her infections and she is still receiving medicated baths weekly to help her skin (and will require these long term). She was pretty thin but she’s gained a good amount and is a healthy weight for her age. We are also waiting to hear back from the specialist as we believe that Bristol may also have Wobbler’s, a condition that affects the cervical vertabrae and is common in Great Danes. Despite all of this, Bristol is an amazing girl who has never met a stranger!