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Successful Placements

Each special dog that comes into Big Dogs Huge Paws is not only rescued, but rehabilitated to prepare them for a brighter future. Many transform from scared and lost to confident and well-adjusted while others gain weight and their hearts and wounds heal while in foster care. They receive the training and leadership necessary to learn how to be a good canine citizen and blossom in a loving home environment with good food and quality medical care. They capture our hearts and will always be remembered, but eventually there comes a time when they no longer need us and it is time to move on. Below are their stories and photos of them with their new families who were chosen because they were the perfect match and willing to provide everything necessary to ensure they live a long, healthy, and happy life in their forever home!

Some Success Stories

Zuki went to her forever home with Marie & Scott in Aurora, CO. They were fostering her and just fell in love! She has 2 Pomeranians and a Lab to keep her company. They have renamed her "Zee" and decided that once you get a Dane, you'll always want to have one in your life! Zee looks forward to her 2 mile daily walks at Cherry Creek Dog Park. She'll also receive top of the line vet care at Alameda East thanks for Dr. Holly Knorr, a close family friend.

Kate went to her forever home with Heather & Tom in Denver, CO. Her new family lives right by Stapleton Dog Park, so she'll always have plenty of friends to play with! They use Alameda East as their veterinarian and plan to continue her hydrotherapy at the Animal Lodge to keep her legs strong. They were very patient with their shy new addition and are committed to helping her gain confidence and will make sure she always feels safe and secure in her new home.

Brandy went to her forever home with Roger & Theresa in Parker, CO. Roger is retired and home all the time, so she'll rarely be left alone. Brandy is a man's dog and instantly bonded with her daddy, although she thinks her mom is pretty nice too! She was even trying to help fill out the adoption agreement. Brandy has acres of land to run and play on in the country and will be spoiled rotten with all of the attention for now.

Bruno the Newfoundland/St. Bernard mix went to his forever home with Gretchen and her three kids, Ben, Jacob, and Jamie, in Aurora, CO. Gretchen had a long-time dream of owning a gentle giant like Bruno and was extremely excited to welcome him into her home and family! Jerry the cat and Sadie the cat were not quite as enthusiastic but will learn to love the big goofball. He made instant friends with her roommate's Jack Russell Terrier, Cricket, and they enjoyed a game of chase around the backyard and Cricket made sure he knew who was boss!

Gabriel went to his forever home with Amber, Chris, and their son, Jacob, in Evans, Colorado. They were very excited to meet their new addition and couldn't resist his charm and goofy personality! Gabe has a feline friend named Toby to keep him company, but will be the only dog and looks forward to being spoiled with lots of attention. We are so happy that this big boy can put his past neglect behind him and will receive the love and care he deserves!

Bosco the St. Bernard went to his forever home with Cecilia & Seth in Albuquerque, NM. He has a mixed dog brother named Brutus to play with! His new parents are both doctors, so they take extra special care of him and make sure he receives only the best of medical care. It was love at first sight for them all and they look forward to taking their new gentle giant for lots of walks during the week and weekend hikes. His new mom had done quite a bit of shopping in preparation for his arrival, including a cooling pad for the summer and an extra cushy dog bed for the winter!

Kaellen the Irish Wolfhound went to his forever home with Karri in Evergreen, Colorado. It was love at first sight for both Karri and her other Wolfhound, Augustina Mae, who welcomed him with open arms! His new mom is very experienced with the breed and committed to providing only the best of food and medical care through Dr. Mike at Canyon Animal Hospital. Kaellen looks forward to daily walks, hikes, and trips to the dog park!

Tucker the Mastiff Mix's new family resides in Centennial and it was love at first sight! His parents just lost their Great Dane, Tinkerbelle, to cancer and were thrilled to have another gentle giant to lift their spirits. His new best friend is a Chinese Crested named Capone and they were instantly playing, sharing, and cuddling like long lost brothers. Tucker's new mom is a veterinarian at Alameda East Animal Hospital, so he will receive only the best of care and is in wonderful hands.

Maddie the Great Dane puppy went to her forever home with Troy, Carol, and their kids, Drew, Mackenzie, and Eli in Salt Lake City, Utah. They were fostering this sweet girl and fell in love! She is in wonderful, experienced hands and has a Great Dane sister named Gracie, a Great Dane mix brother named Loci, and several other exotic birds to keep her company! Someone is home most of the time and she will get to enjoy many trips to the dog park, playtime in the backyard, and naptime on the bed with her friends.

Finn, the very resilient Mastiff mix puppy, found his well deserved home with Karen and Chad in Denver. They were immediately drawn to his picture on the Internet, and after meeting him in person, knew he was the puppy for them. They are very excited to work with Kary Bastyr for training, and are planning on using our very own Dr Winton as his vet! They welcomed Finn into their home with a new toy box and new leash.

Gorgeous Maggie the Great Pyrenees went to her forever home with Jennifer, Kevin, and their 2 kids, Liam and Fiona in Boulder. They are experienced with giant breed dogs and very excited to have another gentle giant around! Someone is home almost all the time, so Maggie will get lots of attention. Her new family had a brand new collar, leash, and gentle leader for her and couldn't believe what a beautiful girl she was! She will receive only the best of care for the rest of her life.

Princess, the beautiful senior Great Dane, went to her forever home with Linda in Fort Collins. Her new mom works at Camp Bow Wow and she can come to work with her whenever she wants! She will be the only child at home and spoiled rotten with all the love and attention a girl could dream of. Linda fell in love at first sight and has already looked into Pet Insurance, Obedience Classes, and decided to use our very own Dr. Mike at the Pet Wellness Clinic to continue her vet care.