Harlequin Haven Great Dane Rescue

Harlequin Haven
Great Dane Rescue

11567 St. Rt. 774
Bethel, Ohio 45106

Phone Hours - 9 AM - 8 PM


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My owner decided one day that they no longer had room for me. I did not understand what she meant by no room I had lived outside on a chain my entire life so what had changed? She called the Nelson County Animal Shelter to come for me and they immediately called HHGDR. 

When I arrived at the rescue it was a strange concept for me since I had never been a house dog, never had a soft bed or even enough food. It took the rescue quite a bit of time to even get the rust stains out of my hair from having had a chain around my neck for so long.

I was at the rescue for quite a while before my forever home showed up. My dad is the greatest!! My dad thought that since I was no longer a pup I would act all adult well I showed him that you are as young as you feel and I feel like a little puppy now that I have my own dad!!

My sister and best friend Emma

A new friend!

A peaceful place!

Okay kid you can stop growing!

This snow is kinda pretty if it weren't so cold!

I love snoozing with my sister!

Where is my coat??

Sure wish I had a coat?

I love you too dad!!

Kitty since you will not get off my bed you might make a good snack!

What dad? I did not say I would eat the kitty!!!

What a nice day!!

You sure smell funny!!!

You took funny too!!

Hey I don't smell funny it is you!!

Dad do ya think we will find the deer again??

Sure glad we found this water fountain!

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