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Hello there! My name's Buster, and I'm a 2-year-old, white Great Pyrenees. I'm house trained and leash trained, and I also know lots of cues - sit, shake, down, wait, come, and okay. I don't dig or chew, and I'm a couch potato. One of my favorite things to do is to carry a big ball around with me. I love car rides, and am good with other dogs.

Hi everyone! My name's Journee, and I'm a 2 year old, 97.5 lb, Great Dane/Lab Mix. I'm a really sweet, mellow girl. I enjoy riding in the car and I'm leash trained already on a harness. I'm also obedience trained, house trained, crate trained and I'm an inside dog. You can trust me with free roam, and I will bark to alert if I think there's a good reason.

Nike the 2-year-old, Brindle English Mastiff here to introduce myself! I was brought in to the shelter as a stray, and I'm so grateful that Big Dogs Huge Paws took me in. I can't wait to find a forever home that's just right for me. I should probably tell you that I'm a pretty big guy - I weigh about 110 pounds! I also have a cropped tail, in case you're wondering.

Did you know that in ancient Egyptian times, Isis was considered the ideal female and a friend of everyone? That's not too far off, actually! Hello, all. I am indeed named Isis, and I'm a 7-year-old female English Mastiff. My former owners unfortunately fell on hard times and were unable to keep their house, so I was sent to a shelter and most recently came to BDHP to find a new family who will love me as much as they did.

Hey there, Murphy is the name and I am gracing the BDHPI scenes in the hopes of finding one of those "forever homes".  We aren't really sure about any of my past, but the consensus is, it wasn't good.  I was first spotted in very poor body condition in a rural town in Nebraska.  A whole group of people spent nearly 2 weeks trying to catch me.  I feel so bad for making them all work so hard, I was just s

Colby here! I'm a 2-year-old Great Dane. I wound up in rescue because I could jump my former owner's fence. It was tempting and I'm young and capable, what can I say? I'm a good boy thought, honestly - I'm good with other dogs and a little timid with people. I'm submissive and a little collar shy, but I'm also a super sweet guy who's all legs!

Success Stories

Hi, I'm Naveen. and I just found my forever home. It is with Angelina and Jeffrey of Blair Nebraska. They lost a dog and are very lonely for it so have asked BDHP if they had anyone willing to fill that place in their hearts. I can do that! They have two cats, which I understand are furry critters about my size. They should be fun. I'll have two human siblings as well.

Milo the Anatolian Shepherd Mix just won the jackpot! He was being fostered originally and quickly won the hearts of Miranda & Craig, and their kids, Ean, Malachi, and Neveah in Lincoln Nebraska who have decided to make him a permanent member of their family. They are in the process of adopting their human foster kids and apparently aren't very good at the "letting go" part of fostering, which is A-OK with this little guy and his doting 2-legged siblings!

Lilly the Great Dane will be crashing permanently in her foster turned forever home with Sheryl in Turon, Kansas! She joins Drexel the Great Dane and BDHPI Alum, Duke the Lab/Border Collie, and Sugar the Min Pin along with a revolving door of foster dogs who will keep her company.

Hi, my name is Midnight, and I have an announcement. At 8 years young, I am adopting a second family, Sara & Roger in Lincoln, Nebraska along with Berkeley and Dozer the Labs. I was content in my old home until my human passed away unexpectedly. I realize that the term "foster fail" has a negative connotation, but I think it is time that is abolished.

From the streets to my own family! Its been a long road, with many ups and downs, but its been all up since BDHP came along and brought me to my foster family's home! Man, I had to learn it all from scratch! I had no idea how to be an indoor, loved and loving dog. But I have to say it was easy with my foster family. They were just impossible NOT to love.

Hi, my name is Flagler and I'd like to introduce you to my new mom and dad, Leslie & Paul! We are going to be living in Boulder, Colorado along with my 2-legged siblings, Charlie and Georgie. I have a big fenced yard and will be the only dog and spoiled rotten with all sorts of attention.