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New Arrivals!

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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...

Success Stories

Little Bit the Great Dane has found her home with Susan in Lakewood, Colroado. Susan is about to retire, so she will have plenty of time to take longs walks with this 2-year-old. Susan is giant breed experienced, so she knows how to handle a teenager. Little Bit will have a fenced backyard with lots of trees to lie under. She'll have free roam and sleep where she's comfortable. We're happy that Susan and Little Bit have found each other.

Yay! for Daisy May the Great Dane... this beautiful Boston Blue Merle lady is heading home. Daisy May is heading to the deep SouthEast and will be joining her new family in Brunswick Georgia.  Carol and Dave live in the the lovely coastal town of The Golden Isles. This area has amazing beaches that Daisy May can explore with her new Golden Retriever Buddy Bear and BDHPI Alum Saint Bernard sister Pandora.

Shamus the English Mastiff is joining Wilma the Neo, a recently adopted BDHPI Buddy, at her home in Gretna Nebraska. Dustin and Blayr adopted Wilma and then tragically lost their Great Dane friend to bloat. Wilma has been a great companion to the them, but they know they are a 2 dog family and have decided to bring Shamus into their lives. Dustin and Blayr love their Big Dogs and do everything that they can to keep them happy and healthy. The road ahead for Shamus will be paved with nothing but cuddles and love and we can hardly wait for him to get started down that path.

Dixon the English Mastiff has found a loving home with Alison and Joey in Lincoln, Nebraska. This big lug was join the couple, their two young children and and Zoe the Anatolian shepherd mix. Dixon will be treated to a fenced backyard, free roam and the ability to sleep where he wants! He will have a wonderful life with the family, and we're happy he has found his forever home. THANK YOU, BRUCE & KELLY, FOR FOSTERING THIS BIG COUCH POTATO!

Bishop the Great Pyrenees is joining another BDHPI alum Rocky the Mastiff mix at home with Jake and Tamara in Boulder, Colorado. This 1-year-old pup is entering a Giant Breed-experience home since Jake and Tamara have owned Newfies for 35 years. Tamara works from home, so Bishop won't be away from his humans for long. He will have a big backyard to romp in and lots of family time -- everything a big dog could hope for. We're happy that Bishop has found Jake and Tamara. THANK YOU, KATRINA, FOR FOSTERING THIS FURRY FRIEND! 

Zeus the Great Dane will have his very own person to please in Sandra in Denver. Sandra is very active and loves going to Cherry Creek Dog Park, so Zeus won't be wanting for exercise and fun. He is eager to please his people, so he will make Sandra a wonderful companion, and she will have his loyalty for life. It's a wonderful match for person and dog! THANK YOU, SUSAN, FOR FOSTERING THIS EURO BOY!