DaniAnimal ID: 101D

About Dani

Adoption Fee: $500
Great Dane mix
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

LOCATION: Oxford, Pennsylvania DOB: 05/25/2020 (Estimate) Welcome to the pack, sweet Dani-girl! Dani is a cutie Dane mix that has the loving Dane temperament in a little smaller package! It's the best of both worlds. Dani has never met a stranger! She's friendly with anyone and everyone. Several times, her foster momma has taken her to local pet-friendly stores and she's even gotten to go walk a nearby track and she did beautifully. She's super sweet and just wants to say a polite hi to everyone. Dani likes jerky treats, peanut butter, belly rubs and car ride adventures. When she is unhappy about being told no she has a cute little 'whoo, whoo' she does to talk back and express her opinion. She doesn't know many commands but is trying very hard to learn. She will push through any door or gate she thinks she can open so her foster has been working a lot on Wait and Dani's getting very good at it. Sit is harder due to a previous leg issue but she continues to try. She still pulls on the leash but that's improving all the time as well. For outside, she does need supervision and a sturdy, tall fence as she can Houdini her way through, under and over. She doesn't try to leave, just find her people who she loves. Dani loves to be around people and will quietly follow her foster around the house and lay near her in whatever room her momma is working. She does have separation anxiety and though she doesn't seem inclined to destroy anything, she does go into a crate when she needs to be unsupervised. She doesn't mind the crate at all. She's housebroken and good about going to the door if she needs to go out. Miss Girl does get very excited about attention and possible snuggles and she jumps up pretty hard. They are working on emotional control but she needs a bit more work before she's around small kids. Older kids probably wouldn't be an issue. She doesn't seem to have much of an opinion on horses. She will chase a cat that runs but if they hold their ground she is either too timid to approach or does so very cautiously and in a friendly manner. The chase seems to just be a natural play reaction. She seems good around other dogs so far. Dani had her last ever litter of puppers who have all moved on to their own homes. Now it's her turn to start some new adventures with a forever family!!! ========================= To apply to adopt me, please fill out the application form! https://form.jotform.com/51994996709176 .





  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Most Cats
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Spayed

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