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Rehoming 1.5 y/o great dane (Columbia)

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It saddens me to have to do this, but I just can’t take care of him anymore. He needs a big yard to run, as living in an apartment complex is really stressing him out.
-can live with other cats, but will probably chase them for a few months before he gets used to them so i would prefer a home without them. Gets along with other dogs, but he tends to jump and other dogs don’t seem to like that.

He’s a big love bug. He loves pets, he loves being around any his human, etc. He loves car rides, he loves going on walks, he loves everything a normal dog would. But he’s reactive on the leash. I’ve tried everything (trainer included) and I’m at my Witt’s end. My apartment complex has a lot of dogs, and with me being 130 lbs, I just can’t control him anymore. He doesn’t mean any harm, he just wants to play, but he does bark and pull on the leash when he sees another dog. That being said, I would like him to go to someone with a big fenced in yard, as well as someone who can potentially keep working on his training, as I know that’s where he would thrive. He’s a good dog, but I can’t take care of him anymore. I just want the best for him.

-he would come with everything. Crate, toys, shampoo/conditioner, etc. he just got all of his boosters in June, so he’s fully up to date on everything (besides heartworm prevention). Rehoming fee does apply, but it’s not a lot for a Great Dane. Just want the best home for him.

-the last picture is him as a puppy at about 4 months old. I’ve had him since he was 3.5 months. He turned a year old in January.

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