"was JAX now OLIVER"
When Jax entered Peggy Adams we could not believe that a Great Dane would be available for adoption. He was just a puppy 7 months, but nearly 90 pounds. We love Danes, and always wanted one. We have two teenage boys, and heard that Great Danes were fabulous with kids.
We went to meet Jax, and fell in love. There was something special about his big floppy ears, gallop, and personality that made him so appealing. When Jax met our sons it was like they already knew each other. It was then that we decided to go forward with the adoption.
Our family voted to rename Jax to Oliver. He took the first few days to learn about his new surroundings, the smells, other dogs in the neighborhood, and the new sounds, but after that he became very comfortable with his new home, finding new spaces to take naps.
We have enjoyed having Oliver in our house, and we love having a big dog. Oliver is the great protector of our house, and great with kids and visitors. We took Peggy Adams up on some free training offered and Ms. Julie the behaviorist. She really is a pro at teaching us little things that have made a gigantic impact with having a dog this size.
We wish to thank Peggy Adams for having such a wonderful facility in Palm Beach County. The staff and volunteers have all been very helpful. We have gone back to the facility for medical help, shopped at the store, and taken training classes and each time our visits have been great.
We are long time supporters of Peggy Adams and your mission, as each of our cats has been adopted as well. Over the years we have adopted several cats and each time the service was equally impressive.
As Oliver matures we will be sure to keep you posted, thank you for taking the time to ask how he is doing. We are very proud of him, and cannot imagine our family with out him.