NJ -

Female -

2 years

Personal Information






Shots Up to Date:Yes

Other Dogs:Yes



Crate Trained:Yes

House Trained:Yes


Individual Needs:Harper would require a yard with a sturdy fence of at least 6 feet. Possible Breed ID: Boxer/Great Dane Mix

Adoption Donation:$375.00

My Story


Harper came into rescue several weeks ago.  Her foster mom has been working with her a bit since she is selective about the men that she meets.  She loves women and older teenagers but she hasn't had any exposure to kids in the home.  She is steadily improving with men and it simply requires allowing her the time and space to warm up. that could be several days or even longer.

Harper is a big girl lol  A whole lot more to love I always say-but she doesn't know her own size so she is a bit clumsy lol and since she is really still a baby, folks expect more from her since her body is big but she isn't sure how to manage it!  She responds very well to commands-she will sit on command and stay for a bit (we continue to work on it) and she will give you her paw.  She eats in her crate and sits before presented with the food.

Harper is crate trained and goes in with a treat every time.  She sleeps in her crate at night and is quiet until it's time for the house to rise in the mornings.  She eats three times a day now, but she could be fed twice a day in her new home.  She eats about 6 cups of dog food per day with additions of vegetables, rice, some wet food and/or some yogurt.  She loves food and would eat just about anything.  She was thin when she arrived but has put on some weight and looks good but needs to have that amount of food to maintain her girlish figure!

Check back as we will update her progress!  I almost forgot to say-this girl is absolutely GORGEOUS!  She really is-in fact a couple of the pictures that are posted are simply to show her markings.  She is difficult to photograph as she is pretty much always on the move lol  She is curious and loves to explore her environment.  She also gets along with all the dogs in her foster home and there are 5 who live here all of the time and several more who visit on and off as the foster mom dog-sits.  She has done well with just about all of them.  She is probably best placed with another big male dog.  She gets along with the female in the foster home, but sometimes females do not get along as they get older so we do advise an opposite gender match.

If you think you can provide Harper with the home that she needs, get your application in.  We adopt only into NJ and limited parts of PA/NY and CT (within about 60 miles of Central NJ).

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