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Available Dogs

Meet, Lulu-licious! This adorable, 2.5 year old, Red, female Dogue de Bordeaux is new on the scene here at BDHPI. She is one smart cookie and is house trained, leash trained, knows commands for sit, leave it, touch, go outside, go upstairs, get in the car, this way (to change directions), stop, and slow. Lulu is completely trustworthy with free roam and only barks to alert. She enjoys chewing on antlers and natural bones, lounging on the couch, and playing with toys.

Meet Beast the 6 year old, Fawn, English Mastiff! This 160 lb gentle giant was originally surrendered to a shelter along with his breeding mate and we believe that he was mostly locked outside and neglected in his past. However, he quickly embraced his new life with the comforts of indoor living and is house trained, trustworthy with free roam, and knows sit, down and come.

Bo is a 2-3 year old, Fawn, male Bullmastiff who BDHPI sprung from a shelter when he was skin and bones from starvation and infested with worms! He is undergoing treatment for parasites and will receive heartworm treatment once he is healthy enough, but for now the focus is putting on some much needed weight. He is just as sweet and deserving as they come and is fitting in wonderfully at his foster home with 2 other dogs, small and large, and children.

Maybe it’s all about timing and potentially I wasn’t with my owners long enough to make them fall in love with me. For Gosh-Sake, I’m only 1 year old, I’m still a rookie in this big game of life... how could they avoid being smitten with a 100lb Bullmastiff Baby as charming as you know who? It’s unimaginable that anyone can say goodbye to my sweet, squishy, brindle face?

My name is Annabelle and I’m the Momma to a very special puppy named Patience. I too am a Special Great Pyrenees and am partially deaf and mostly blind. I can see some light and some shapes... but my Patience was the brightest light that I could see in this life. She was my beacon of hope and I know that she will brighten the lives of a very lucky family. I’ve been living with my disabilities for my entire life, which is approximately 5 years.

Momma, you thought I would be lost without you so you tried to keep me near as long as you could. You kept me close for 5 months, but I’m getting to be a Big Girl and I’ve got to start living this Big Life with some special people. I love you for taking care of me even though I have a hard time hearing you and I know that you had to have patience to deal with me. After all, that’s where my name came from, right Momma...

Big Betty the 4 year old, Black, female Great Dane, is starting a new life and leaving her breeding days behind her! She is happy to be sprung from the shelters and wishing her previous owners good riddance. You see, Betty had a huge mammary tumor removed and is feeling so much better now that she has received the medical care she needed!  She is great with dogs of all sizes and cats.  She doesn't have a mean bone in her body and is eager to please.

Meet our new furry friend, Penn! Penn is a 4 month old, white, male Great Pyrenees pupppy. So far we have discovered he is house trained, but he needs some work on crate, leash, and basic training so his foster family will be hard at work preparing him for his forever family. He sleeps at the foot of the daughter's bed in his foster home and loves kids.

It’s hard not being able to play like the rest of my friends. I’m still a puppy and I should be enjoying a care free, joyful, rambunctious life... but I just can’t right now. My name is Gabby and I’m a fawn colored, female, 13 month old Great Dane and something has happened to my neck and it hurts.
What do you mean I’m a too big of a dog? I’m a male Newfy, isn’t this how I’m supposed to be? Big and furry and playful and fun? Why are you chaining me up all the time? I see my horse and goat friends, and they aren’t tethered like I am. Maybe one day, I’ll be able to walk around, free, in a clean yard of my own and even venture inside the house so the hot doesn't get to me and the flied and mosquitos can't taunt me.

This 3 year old, Brindle, Cane Corso is no diesel truck, but his name is Diesel and he is big and powerful and loves to go fast, just like his namesake! He is house trained, crate trained, and knows not to get on furniture. True to his breed, he is leery of strangers but he warms up quickly with treats. Diesel has lived with kids of all ages, several other dogs and cats previously, so he should be able to fit into just about any household with proper introductions.

Oakley aka Saraphena is a 5-7 year old, Merle, female Great Dane. This cutie pie was found taking a walk with her Great Dane companion and Animal Control intervened with a quick stop at the shelter before she found her way to a foster home with BDHPI. She is catching on quickly to the joys of indoor living and loving being part of a loving foster family where she gets to interact with other dogs and cats.

Annie aka Persephany is a 5-7 year old, Harlequin, female Great Dane. She was found along with another Great Dane as a stray and landed herself behind bars, but that was okay with her because it meant regular meals. Now she is in a foster home and is pretty sure she won the jackpot because not only are groceries plentiful, but she has a nice, warm, comfortable place to sleep and other dogs and cats to play with.

My name is Chopper and I’m looking for a new family that will love me forever. I’m a 4 year old Brindle, Male, Presa Canario, and I’ve been with my original family since I was 7 weeks old. It seems that the house we live in is getting smaller by the day. First it was just me and my parents and there was plenty of space for all of us.

Barnaby the Anatolian Shepherd puppy is BDHPI's newest treasure. This 1-year-old is house-trained and crate-trained, and his foster family will be working on teaching him his basic commands. This lover boy was surrendered because his family was moving to Hawaii, but the truth is that he spent most of his time chained up outside so he wasn't very sad to see them go.