Wobbly 120-Pound Great Dane is Such a Love Bug | The Dodo Adopt Me!

Wobbly 120-Pound Great Dane is Such a Love Bug  | The Dodo Adopt Me!
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This very sweet, very wobbly Great Dane needs someone who will stick by his side forever.

If you are interested in adopting Dwayne the Great Dane, you can contact Rescue City: https://thedo.do/adoptdwayne.

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  1. If the permanent owner of the dog has trouble walking him he/she could look into getting one of those cheap doggy wheelchairs ( as I like to call them) for his back legs. It's just a triangle of metal attached to wheels and a soft harness around his torso. Many people make their own.

  2. Dwayne is adorable ❤️. I know what he's going through. I'm wobbly myself. I pray he finds his prefect forever home ?❤️. Thank you for being there him until they are found. He is so blessed to have you ❤️.

  3. I looked up how to go about adopting him and you have to be near new york?? I’m in Georgia but would love to have him! I have 2 other Great Danes who would make great playmates!!

  4. What "out going" sweety Dwayne is: and a fantastic loyal foster Mom he has & is attached to. When Dwayne the strong-wobbly canine gets adopted I hope his newly caretaker's is just as loyal of keeping him in good healthy strength & happy and that his Foster mom visits from time to time.

  5. He’s so adorable!! Have you tried taking him to acupuncture?? My brothers Doberman had some similar symptoms out of nowhere and he had different test done and no one knew what was wrong with him. After trying acupuncture a couple times a week for a few months he can walk like normal

  6. What is specifically wrong with him? It would be helpful if you put more in the comments of what his injury/special need is, medically. ?

  7. Acupuncture and swimming should really help him along with possibly some changes to his diet. I don't know where you live but look for a vet certified in acupuncture. I've seen miraculous turn arounds!

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