Onyx – 16 month old male Great Dane

Onyx is approximately 16 months old and came to us as a stray after he was found wandering! He is now looking for a new home. He is a gentle giant, very good around people, he devotes himself to one person but loves everyone. He takes no notice of children, although would best suit bigger children due to his size. He likes some dogs whom he enjoys to play with, whereas as others he wont take too. Onyx is also okay around cats. He still needs to learn how to walk nicely on the lead and seems better on a head collar. We would like Onyx to go to someone who has experience of Danes and of course to someone who will love him as much as we all do. He really is a lovely dog and will become the right persons best friend.

 

Wanderers Haven Animal Sanctuary Essex

Wanderers Haven Animal Sanctuary Essex

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Wanderers Haven Animal Sanctuary in Cranham, Essex, please telephone 07763646257 or email wanderershaven@aol.co.uk - you can also find us on Facebook and find further details about our rescue. We apologize to anyone who we do not get back to regarding one of our dogs, as for certain dogs there are just to many people to contact back. Thank you for your interest.
Wanderers Haven Animal Sanctuary Essex
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