Amazing 18 Month Old Great Dane For Adoption Near Denver CO
Ripley is a gorgeous blue merle Great Dane for adoption in Colorado Springs CO, near Denver. This sweet boy is 18 months old and weighs 115 pounds. Ripley has been neutered, fully vaccinated and micro-chipped. He has no health or behavior issues.
Ripley loves children of all ages, but because he might accidentally knock down a toddler, he is best suited to children aged 8 and up, He is good with other dogs. Ripley has no experience with cats, but he would likely be just fine with a dog-friendly cat.
Ripley will be rehomed with supplies and vet records. Adopt this Handsome young Great Dane dog in the Denver area today.
Facts About Ripley the Great Dane
♥ Name of Pet: Ripley
♥ Location: Colorado Springs, CO 80921
♥ Type of Pet: Dog
♥ Breed of Pet: Great Dane Mix Dog
♥ Color / Coat Type: Merle Black/Grey
♥ Age of Pet: 1.5
♥ Size of Pet: extra large.
♥ Weight: 115
♥ Good with cats?: Unknown
♥ Good with dogs?:Yes
♥ Good with small kids?:Yes, Good With Children aged 8 and up
♥ Good with older kids?:Good With Children aged 8 and up
♥ Health Problems: No
♥ Behavior Issues: No
♥ Fixed: Yes
♥ Fully vaccinated: Yes
♥ House Broken: Yes
♥ Tattoed/Microchipped: Yes
5 GREAT REASONS TO ADOPT RIPLEY:
- He’s VERY GOOFY! Who doesn’t need a big ole silly pup to brighten your day?
- Likes to be close to you all the time. He’s your canine apprentice!
- Learns quickly. He’s currently working on learning to bark in Spanish!
- Wants to please you. It’s like every day is your Birthday!
- LOVES to play. Playing with a Great Dane burns a LOT of calories.
Adopt this incredible Great Dane today!
Ripley is a 1 and a half-year-old Great Dane who absolutely LOVES people! He wants to meet everyone he encounters, including children. He does need to be closely supervised with small children, as he is still unaware of his own size and will accidentally knock them down due to his excitement.
Ripley lives with a 9-year-old Cocker Spaniel and tends to bully, but not be aggressive in any way. He just really likes to be the only one getting attention and seems to do just fine with large dogs. He did spend some time in doggy daycare until around the age of 8 months, so he is very socialized with other dogs.
Ripley has been neutered and does know basic commands and has no issues with destructive behavior. Ripley has been kennel trained from the time he was a pup, and sleeps there at night and when no one is home. He finds it a comforting place.
He has a life long training package with “Bark Busters” that will transfer with him to his new forever home. He has been in the same home since he was 8 weeks old. We are having to rehome Ripley due to a life change and change to our living situation, and we do so with VERY heavy hearts.
Ripley’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?
Favorite toy is a large, basketball size ball thet he loves to play soccer with.
Food is “Simply Nourish” Limited ingredient Salmon Flavor for Large Breeds
Loves to take walks
Cute Ripley Story:
When my granddaughter was still crawling, he would follow her around the house as if he thought he needed to protect her.
Why is Ripley Being Rehomed?
My husband and I work 12-15 hour days and feel he needs someone who has much more time for him, as he LOVES people and needs more companionship. Unfortunately, the cost of daycare/petsitters is just too much to afford.
Ripley’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:
We would love a home where someone has a lot of time for him. He also LOVES children, however he does need some supervision with small children as he is still young and not yet aware of his size/strength.
He is never agressive, but can sometimes be a bully when it comes to other dogs competing for human attention. He tries to sort of “herd/corral” them to ensure he gets the attention…LOL
Ripley is located near the following towns and cities in Colorado:
Cimarron Hills CO,
Fort Carson CO,
Air Force Academy CO,
Black Forest CO,
Canon City CO,
Castle Rock CO,
Highlands Ranch CO,
Ken Caryl CO,
How To Adopt Ripley
If you are interested in adopting this special Great Dane mix Dog for adoption in Colorado Springs, CO, please fill out our online meeting request form below. Once received and reviewed, our staff will ask the pets owner to reach out to you and arrange a meeting.
There is a $250 adoption/rehoming fee. Some supplies and veterinary records will be included.
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Learn about Ripley’s Breeds
About The Great Dane Breed of dog
The Great Dane is a German breed of domestic dog known for its large size.
The record holder for the tallest dog ever is a Great Dane called Zeus, who measured 111.8 cm from paw to shoulder. The tallest living dog is another Dane named Freddy, measuring 103.5 cm. Wikipedia
Life expectancy: 8 – 10 years
Height: Female: 71–81 cm, Male: 76–86 cm
Weight: Female: 45–59 kg, Male: 54–90 kg
Colors: Black, Brindle, Fawn, Blue, Mantle, Harlequin
Temperament: Devoted, Reserved, Confident, Friendly, Loving, Gentle
Thank you for your interest in this stunning Great Dane mix Dog for adoption in Colorado Springs.