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Sweet Great Dane thinks she's a lap dog (VIDEO)

D61_thumb By George | August 07, 2012 | Comments (2)

Sadie the lap dog

At 116 pounds, Sadie, the Merle Great Dane, is more than a handful. She can be a lapful too!

 

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Comments on this Article

That was my morning smile... :D That's some big dog! Such a sweet, gentle giant and Mom loves her, that's for sure. :O)
like my german sheperd stevie <3
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