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We are the largest GIANT BREED dog rescue in the world!
WE RESCUE AND ADOPT 45 DIFFERENT BREEDS!
Gentle Giants Rescue and Adoptions rescues as many as one thousand or more dogs
and puppies each year from countless animal shelters and individuals all across America,
and even from some foreign countries. We rescue all of our many breeds as well as
"Unique Combinations" of our breeds from wherever they are in need!
We are a TRUE rescue! We ONLY rescue! We NEVER breed! We save EVERY life!
We believe that breeding should be strictly regulated when dogs are dying every day in shelters!
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citizen can help support the new laws regulating breeding, so that by working together,
we can strive for a world where every animal will have a safe, loving home for life!
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Hello Tracy and Burt,
We are having such a great time with "Trajan."
"Cougar" as a Puppy, is second from the left
(He is a rare Blue Brindle Boston/Mantle)
"Cougar" all grown up, sits in the lap of his new Mom
Proud Parents Danette and Tim
pose with their new Baby "Zeus"
("Zeus" is a Black Boston/Mantle Puppy)
A 4-legged one!
His name is "Zeus" and he's an 11 week old Great Dane!
We adopted him from Tracy and Burt Ward's "Gentle Giants Rescue and Adoptions" in Norco, California on May 8th.
He's a bundle of energy . . . sometimes, a total brat, but he's been great!
Oh, and he's got Tim's eyes!
Attached are some photos of our son!
Danette and Tim
"Zeus" and Tim
"Zeus" lounges on a soft carpet
Black Puppy is held by her new Mom with "Gunther" close by
Black Puppy joins "Gunther" and a new Family
Dynamic Duo of Danes with their new Parents
Giant Great Dane "Gibson" poses with his new Family
Hi Tracy and Burt,
As you know, after adopting our first Dane from you, "Zoe", we came back out this weekend to add to our ever expanding family.
We adopted "Sire" (whose name we changed to "Gibson") and once again we couldn't be any happier.
He came home Saturday evening and has already stolen all of our hearts.
He is as mellow and well behaved as "Zoe" thanks to your talent and dedication.
But, he is also just an absolute cuddler.
I've attached a couple photos below, wait 'til you see him sleeping with my son!
It was wonderful to see both of you and 'the herd' again.
I really just wanted to tell you again how much we appreciate all that you do for these amazing Gentle Giants.
Your hard work and dedication is very apparent.
Once again, I was pleasantly surprised with the whole operation.
The fact that there are almost 50 dogs there, and yet, not a single bark was heard throughout our visit.
The grounds are clean and well maintained with no visible 'droppings' or odor.
And the dogs are happy and content (definitely not like many rescues that we've been to).
All the dogs are so very well behaved, even when there are a dozen or more coming out together to meet and greet the prospective "parents."
They're calm and willing to wait their turn for some scratches and loving.
I'm just so impressed with what you accomplish there.
Having raised a puppy before, I know what kind of time and dedication is required to make them into healthy, happy, good citizens.
And that was just one at a time . . . not 50!
I can't fathom the labor of love that goes on there every day.
Anyway, "Gibson" is such a beautiful and super boy!
Thank you so much!
"Zoe" relaxes while "Gibson" sleeps
"Gibson" lounges with his new Brother
"Gibson" cuddles and naps
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