Hi there everyone, my name is Scully. I am a 3-4 year old male Great Pyrenees/Anatolian mix. Let me tell you a little about my self.
You see I think at one point or time I had a home, I was happy and thought I would be there until it is my time to join my friends up above. I was sadly mistaken though and found myself in the shelter. The floor was hard, the dogs barked all night, and people walked by my kennel but never chose me. I met a very nice dog there and I grew to like her, she never told me her name though. We became buddies real fast and often talked for hours. Then one day, someone walked in and stopped in front of her cage, she wagged her tail at them and they told the people in uniform they wanted her. I never saw her again after that, but it made me realize that I was a;; alone now. Soon after the shelter seemed fuller than usual and suddenly they started taking dogs to the back room, I was so confused they usually left out the front door with their new family what was happening to them?? I became real nervous and got really worried, and then they came for me. I had a few thoughts at what would happen and was so scared but I thought I lived a decent life. I was so WRONG though, they didn't take me to that other room, they took me through the front door and there was someone waiting for me!! I got to go for a car ride and then to a home, and they told me that I am safe in rescue now. I am a very happy boy now and am very grateful I got a second chance that so many of my kind often don't get. I am good with other dogs, cats, and kids. I am already housebroken and love to curl up on the couch with you especially during a thunderstorm.
If you would like to give me my forever home please fill out an adoption app at http://www.txpyrs.org/TGPRescue/Public/AppServlet?COMMAND=HOME
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