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A loved one is never truly gone until they are forgotten, live in the hearts of those left behind is to live forever!




We rescued Duke four years ago, when an owner was about to kill him because he was getting in the trash. The only reason he was getting in the trash was because the owner wasn't feeding him hardly any food. When we took him to the Vet he was 6 years old, most of his teeth were wore down from chewing on a chain, and finally he was a hundred pounds under-weight.

After, several months of rehabilitation, Duke was finally putting on the weight and was beginning to run around like he had a second chance at life. Duke was the the companion to our two other Great Danes (Duchess and Bella). Duke had four great years of chewing on bones, running around on 20 acres of country side land, and a lot of steaks. Duke, was always there when you need a companion and he will be missed dearly.

Rest In Peace Duke!


Mom, Dad, Brandi, Micah, Haley, Duchess, Bella, Boo-Ray, Zorro and Amos.




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