Meet Our own deaf
Goodbye our sweet Marteeeeen
Hi Marc, I have some sad news. I lost Marty tonight. He keeled over on
his walk this evening. By the time i got him to the vet, he was gone. So
sudden, so sad. He was a special dog. I realized I couldn't compare him
to Bo- Marty had such a distinct personality. He did so well without
his hearing and poor eyesight. His rambunctious was so funny at times-
like his description said, he was an atypical Dane. He gave me a lot of
love and was a sweet companion. I'm going to miss him. Thanks for Marty.
Martin has some big shoes to fill, but we're sure he can handle it.
Bo's mom has adopted Martin, now that Bo has passed.
An update on Marty- he's wonderful-gave me a couple of kisses the other
day and is doing well on his walks. He's getting used to family that
comes by and is the right, mellow fit for me. We're really warming up to
Martin is a great fit for me. We just returned from the dog park- he's
great with all sizes of dogs and getting used all the people there too!
He has learned to give sweet kisses and let's me love on him alot! I'm
really enjoying him, thanks.
- Gender - Male
- Age/DOB - 6/5/09
- Height at the shoulder -
- Weight - 30
- Spayed/Neutered - Yes
- Taken in on - 8/8/09
- Available as of - 2/8/10
- Housebroken - Yes
- Obedience trained - Yes
- Good with other dogs - Yes
- with cats - Unk
- with kids - Yes
- with the elderly - Yes
-Martin is fairly calm and very affectionate. He's pretty much your typical Dane puppy
got Martin and his brother Lewis from Southern CA. The woman that sent
them to us has two deaf dogs herself, both from the same breeder. She
has helped us save 3 dogs over the last year, Martin & Lewis, plus
McKenzie. Martin is deaf and his long distance eyesight is not perfect,
but he sees just fine otherwise. He is the calmer of the two brothers
and the more cuddly, but he is also the boss of the two.
Update 3/17/10 - Martin has been on hold because he has been undersized, so we wanted
to wait to neuter him until he was a bit older. Both he and his brother
Martin are atypical Danes. They are on the small side and built very
thin, more like a Greyhound than a Dane. Most of the dogs from this
particular breeder tend to be like this, we've found. They also tend to
be higher energy, and Martin is staying true to form, though perhaps not quite as much so as Lewis. He is not your
typical couch potato Dane. He is very, very
sweet, wants so much too please. Once he learns something, it is there forever. He is another
prime candidate for an agility Dane, or for some sort of competition
activities. He is not the sort of Dane you leave alone loose in the
house all day. He needs structure and a job of some sort or he will get
antsy and likely start getting into trouble. OTOH he will gladly do (or
at least try his best to do) whatever you ask of him. He is not for
everyone, but he is a wonderful dog who will be the perfect
companion for someone. And that someone will wonder how they ever lived
without him. Are you that someone?
We will post additional photos of Martin as time goes by, so check
And if you have any questions about Martin or any of our dogs,
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"He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader.
He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart.
You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion" - Unknown