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Kansas - 1st Annual Ride With The Big Dogs

Oct 25th 2014
Registration starts at 9:30AM and the first bike out at 10am
Alefs Harley-Davidson
I-135 N & 53rd St N
Wichita, KS

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You know, sometimes I hear that BDHP adoptive families can't decide between a mastiff and a dane. Do they want a tall, dark, and handsome dane who will be their constant companion and friend? Or do they want a soulful, tender, and sensitive mastiff? If you're on the fence, I'm your guy! Hi, my name is Moose, and I'm a male Daniff! That means I'm a Great Dane / Mastiff mix, and I'm the best of both worlds, if I do say so myself.
Nefertiti was born on 8/4/14 and is going to be a huge black beauty once she is full grown. Nefertiti is half South African Boerboel and half Great Dane. As with her siblings she is named after a Egyptian Pharaoh. She will need continued training and socialization so it is important that her new family have the time to devote to raising her properly. Nefertiti loves exploring new things and meeting new people.
Hatshepsut is half South African Boerboel and half Great Dane who was born on 8/4/14. Needless to say she is going to be a big girl when she grows up! Hatshepsut is named after an Egyptian Pharaoh and as she continues to grow into a huge beautiful girl she will need continued training and socialization so it is important that her new family have the time to devote to raising her properly.
Thutmose is going to be a big boy when he grows up and was born on 8/4/14. His mom is a South African Boerboel ( Egypt ) his dad is a Great Dane. Thutmose is named after a Egyptian Pharaoh just like his sisters. As he is growing into his huge paws he will need contained training and socialization so it is important that his new family have the time to devote to raising her properly. He is off to a great start in his foster home with his mom and siblings.
My name is Egypt, which may conjure up images of secrets and ancient mysteries. However, there are no enigmas here. My past is not shrouded in mystery, so I'll give you the facts. I was originally purchased as a breeding female in California. Then I went cross country on a long road trip to Texas. Along the way, I gave birth to three puppies Hatshepsut, Thutmose and Nefertiti.

Some of you may remember a very special friend of Big Dogs, a 2 year old, female Dogue de Bordeaux named Cali. Well, we are sad to report that she is back with us here at BDHPI after her adoptive mom fell on hard times financially and lost her home and could not longer afford to take care of her. This mini-Mastiff weighs only 61 lbs but has a heart as big as they come! Cali had a rough start in life and was completely emaciated when she first came into rescue.

Success Stories

Hi! I am Barrell, a Great Dane. People say I am a puppy, but I don't feel all that young. We had a hard life before Animal Control picked us up and called in BDHP. Since then I have lived with a foster family, and boy, do I like living inside. I have decided to accept Christina and Steven as my adoptive parents, and guess what? I will have four baby humans to play and grow up with. I am so excited!

Kingston the Great Dane has made the journey to Arvada, Colorado, to join Teresa and Robert. This 150-pound cuddling lap dog now has great parents to love him, and shower him with affection, exercise and discipline. They know all about Gentle Giants, and Kingston will have another Great Dane as a playmate. Fun will be had by all as they create new bonds in this new family! THANK YOU, SHERYL, FOR FOSTERING THIS BIG LOVER BOY!

Steve and Julie of Colorado Springs, Colorado yearned for a big dog to share their lives after losing their canine companion a year ago. They wanted one who enjoyed being with small children and their search has ended. Sissy the Dane has stepped up and volunteered. She love children and small animals, and wants a home of her own.  Dreams and fairy tails, oops, I mean fairy tales, do come true, and they can happen to you. Sissy and her family are proof of that.

Lock the Great Dane puppy has gone to his new home with Jean and Russell in Fort Collins, Colorado. Lock also will get lots of love from the couple's children and other two Gentle Giants in the house, one of which was adopted from BDHPI previously named Boone the Dane/Bloodhound. He will venture to the dog park and out on walks with his family. Lock has a lot to look forward to in his new home! THANK YOU, SUSAN, FOR FOSTERING THIS PLAYFUL PUP! 

Siblings Peyton and Portia the Great Danes have joined Leecathryn and Doug, along with their menagerie, in Peyton, Colorado. The duo will join a Bichon, two cats and two horses. Leecathryn and Doug know the ins and outs of Gentle Giants, so Peyton and Portia will be well cared for in their new home. THANK YOU, BRITTINY, FOR FOSTERING THIS SPECIAL PAIR! 

I was picked! They wanted me! My name is General and I have done this before. I was with BDHP before and had to come back because all the strange people coming and going all the time made me uncomfortable. But these wonderful people, Sally and Scott of Littleton, decided I was the Newfie for them and they were willing to go slow with me and give me the time and space I needed to feel safe with them! I will ride in the car, play in the field and go to something called a lake. It doesn't matter, what matters is that they want me! ME!!!