Quinn Great Dane Young in Blaine, Minnesota

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Hi! My name is Quinn. No one is really sure of my age, but I’m a young (soon to be) spayed beautiful female merle Great Dane.I’ve had a rough start to my life and came into rescue a little ill and a lot underweight, but I’m now enjoy a life inside with my humans, other fur-friends, plenty of food, and lots of affection. I get along well with big and small dogs, although, I’m a little clumsy and step on the smaller guys, but I don’t mean them harm.So far, I have gotten along with all the dogs my foster family has introduced me to but was told female dogs and I don't get along. I could really use a playmate in my new home, so I guess to be safe that should be another male dog. I have not met a cat yet, but I do tend to have a bit of a prey-drive, as my foster dad says. There are outside rabbits and pheasant at my foster home and I would just go nuts if I could get a hold of one, so maybe a new home without any of the small critters would be best for me.I have been learning house manners and basic obedience, which I’m a super-star at it. My foster momma says so. She says I’m so smart! I have learned to come when called and I’m learning “Sit”, “Down”, “Shake”, “Off”, and other basic commands. I really aim to please and want to make everyone happy, especially if they are offering treats as a reward or even cuddles and scratches. I love to play with my toys and don’t really have a preference as to what kind, I love them all! My foster family is teaching me fetch and I could go all day doing that! I’m evening learning “go get it” and “drop it” as part of this fun game.I admit, I’m most definitely a daddy's girl, but I will love on anyone that'll give me attention or treats. Although I’m a petite gal, I make my presence known with "hugs"; or nudges, kisses, and the common Dane-leaning. If given the chance, I’ll also back up and park my bum on your lap while you’re sitting and hang out with you watching tv. I’m the typical “Velcro dane” and want to be with my human all the time too, so I’m working on riding well in the car so I can go more places with my person. I’m quite a social girl, nothing shy about me. I will bark at company but it’s more of a greeting. My way of saying “Hi, give me pets!” Although I love everyone, I would probably not do well in a house with young children, since I’m a bit clumsy.Note from Foster –Quinn will do well in a slightly more active home, but not a chaotic one, as she can get stressed and not know how to react. In cases like this, she tends to run and hide in her “safe space”. Even though she is not kenneled in our house, we were told that her previous temporary home was working on kennel training her. I would recommend the continued use of a kennel or a safe and secure room for her if you plan to be out of the house for any length of time. She does tend to get into things if left unsupervised.Quinn does prefers men, but also does very well with women if her guy isn’t around. Although she is social and does well with other dogs, I would recommend performing a slow introduction to other dogs, as socialization is still a fairly new thing for her.Quinn loves walks and is learning to walk more on a leash and harness, but would love a large fenced yard for her to run and do zoomies.Quinn is the sweetest girl you’re likely to meet! --WE ARE CURRENTLY WAITING FOR HER SPAY TO BE COMPLETED BEFORE MOVING HER INTO AN ADOPTIVE HOME. THIS IS SCHEDULED FOR 1/20/2022##1291456##
If you have any questions or would like to adopt Quinn, please reach out to the adoption group directly. PetSmart Charities does not facilitate the adoption process. Thank you.


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