On July 3, 2014 a young neighborhood child was over, laying next to Lux petting him. When she went to stand up, she pushed off of him on his stomach when, at the same time, the child who lives with Lux dropped a toy by Lux's face.
Lux, jumped up startled, bit the child's face and laid back down.
The owners had contacted a Great Dane rescue who said they would help and take Lux, and the city attorney seemed to think that was a good solution until the plan came together.
All of a sudden, the city attorney changed his mind and decided he wants this puppy dead.
With the help of local attorney, Lisa Dailey we were able to negotiate Lux's release to a well known to top notch Great Dane sanctuary where Lux will live in a home a with other Great Danes.
We know how hard it was to give Lux up and appreciate that his family recognized that Lux would not be safe due to the threats of the local neighbors.