Our Dogs

Adoptable Dogs

  • MOLLY

    Molly is a 2 1/2 year old black female with natural ears who was surrendered with another Great Dane when her owner passed away.  Molly is crate trained and house trained.  Molly has a bit of a timid nature and does much better with the companionship of a confident canine so she must go to a home with another dog to help with her confidence.  Obedience training will also help boost her confidence.   She is a beautiful good sized girl and bonded quickly to her foster family.  They report she is a joy to have in the house.  Molly Read More and see additional photos

  • DAISY

    Daisy is a 3-year-old female spayed Great Dane.  She is a big sweetheart.  She lives in a foster home with her foster Dane brother, her foster mom, dad and teenage son and they get along great.  She is trustworthy in the house, loves to go for walks with her foster brother, rides excellent in the car, and sleeps in her crate every night.  She greets new people cautiously, but once she warms up its all on pet-me time.  She has met small and large dogs and is very good with both, unknown with cats and small children.   She loves to Read More and see additional photos

  • ROXY

    Roxy is a sweet 7 year old black natural eared female who was surrendered by her family because they did not have time to care for her any longer.  She came in to MAGDRL extremely emaciated and thin and with a terrible infection of her paws and pads.  She has been on steroids and antibiotics and her foster home is working hard with the vet to get her feet healed and healthy again.  We believe her foot infection may be allergy related so she was started on a grain free diet with salmon and sweet potato.  We may have to Read More and see additional photos

  • KODA

    Cats: Not good with catsDogs: Good with other dogsChildren: Good with children 12+Added: September 2017 Koda is a sweet 17 month old male mantle with natural ears.  He is a very energetic puppy who will require guidance, training, routine and reinforcement.  Koda sometimes responds to redirection if you can get his attention.  He is highly treat motivated which really helps to get his attention.  Koda does need to learn some manners.  He does not know what personal space is and he likes to jump when he is excited.  His foster home is working on his manners.  Koda does well with the 2 male Danes Read More and see additional photos