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Titan 17-007-D

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Titan is exactly that - a titan of a dog. Don't worry though, he's a gentle giant! He is a 2 year old blue Great Dane that was very well loved in his previous life, but was surrendered to NASAP due to an unfortunate change in life circumstances. 


Titan is a sweet boy, and true to his breed, a big goofball. He gets along well with dogs, cats, and people of all ages - although given his size may not be suited to live with very small children. He enjoys walks and generally is good on the leash but can pull if he gets excited. He enjoys a good game of tug or keep-away, and will need a home that can give him the exercise and attention he needs to continue to flourish. He doesn't jump up - although given how tall he is, he hardly needs to. He can be a bit vocal in the house, alerting to strangers passing by or loud noises, so this will need to be worked on in his new family. He has completed puppy classes and knows his basic obedience. 

He can be a bit of a nervous guy in new situations and needs a family that will continue to help him work on his confidence. He is still settling in to his foster home and we should get to know him better as he adjusts. 

In the summer of 2016 Titan suffered from bloat/partial torsion of his stomach, a very common medical condition in growing Great Danes. He underwent emergency surgery (gastropexy) to correct this, and it isn't anticipated he will experience this again, however, it is something to be monitored closely. He has mild to moderate acne on his nose but this is easily controlled be being kept clean and dry. He has some food sensitivity to chicken products so should remain on a healthy diet of novel proteins. Otherwise, Titan is currently in good health, is vaccinated, microchipped, neutered, and ready for a new lease on life!

**Please Note** Great Danes are giant breed dogs with specialty medical and behavioural needs that need to be considered carefully prior to adoption. We will be accepting applications from potential adopters that can demonstrate strong knowledge/experience with this breed's ongoing needs, as well as the financial and social stability to care for Titan for the rest of his days. He has an active pet insurance policy with Trupanion that costs approximately $240 per month, and adopters will be given the choice to continue this coverage in order to ensure ongoing care for Titan is provided without concern. Potential adopters will be asked to review and sign a waiver indicating they understand the potential future costs of owning a giant breed dog, will accept Titan as a rescue dog, and as with all rescue animals, without any guarantee of health history, breed, or behaviour. 


Age : 2 years old
Breed : Great Dane
Height : ~ 4.5 ft
Weight : ~ 100 pounds

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Kingston 17-006-D

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Kingston is a tall, 9 year old lab mix with lovely soft blonde fur. He has been very well cared for and well loved for his whole life, but due to an unfortunate change in life circumstances was surrendered to NASAP to help him find his second (and forever) happy home.


Kingston may be a senior but you wouldn't know it if you met him! He's happy-go-lucky and still keen to go for walks every day. He gets along well with dogs, cats, kids of all ages, and everyone he meets! He can get really excited when people come to visit and jump up on them at the door, or will pull on the leash a bit if he wants to make friends, but he calms down quickly and listens well. He is happy to share his food or toys and is a very loveable companion.

Kingston needs a home that can give him daily exercise and keep him in great shape for the rest of his golden years. He is neutered, microchipped, fully vaccinated, and in good health. Inquire about meeting Kingston today! 


Age : 9 years
Breed : lab x
Weight : approx 50 pounds

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Miss Gremlin 15-005-D

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Hello this is Miss Gremlin,  she's a sweetheart :)


She has lots of energy and needs an active family. Because of her energy level she needs a home with NO CHILDREN.  She has very high anxiety around small children and her reactivity and dominance make her unpredictable at times. She needs a family capable of redirecting and continuing her training. She is very smart and eager to please. 

She is very treat motivated however she has a very sensitive stomach and significant food allergies. She requires a hypoallergenic diet and probiotics daily which work very well! She takes stilbesterol twice a week to prevent urinary leakage due to low estorgen levels and has had no further issues. She had a full consultation and work up with an internalist and everything was found to be normal and healthy!

Since coming to NASAP in February 2015 she has developed beautifully. She has become calmer, more trusting and a great listener. These characterists will happen in her new home, however they take time to build and develop. She has recieved puppy training and many hours of individual training. She continually works on her training. She knows her basic commands and walks well on the leash. She is constantly working on her socialization skills with other dogs and still requires more time to work on this skill. For this we recommend no other dogs in the home. She gets along very well with her 'sister' Willow the resident foster home dog which took time and patience. And with time and redirection she has made a few friends. On walks she is intermittently dog and kid reactive and requires redirection. 

She is great with the resident cat - respectful while still being curious. 


She loves car rides, playing in the pool, long walks and running as fast as she can. She loves squeaky toys and tug of war is her favourite game. 

She is house trained, microchipped, vaccinated and spayed. She comes with her own crate that she uses as her cave and the door is never closed. 

Shes very excited to meet you! 

Age : 5 years old
Breed : rottie x
Weight : approx 60 lbs

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