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My name is Chance!

Brittany/Great Pyrenees Mix Dog for adoption in Van Alstyne, Texas - Chance
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Sacred Paws Dog Rescue

Facts about Chance

  • Breed: Brittany/Great Pyrenees Mix
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Chance came to us a very sick puppy. It took a long time for Chance to get better and start growing hair...and wow, he is so handsome now! This young boy is learning so much his exceptional foster home. Chance is practicing how to be a city dog now and gets to go to doggie socials on a regular basis. Chance would do great with a job or competing in canine activities. He would also be good with an active human who runs and could give Chance the vigorous exercise he desires. Just like any Brittany Spaniel, he MUST have regular opportunities to vent his energy and do interesting things. He seeks human companionship so he would need to be part of the family. He enjoys snuggling up in his crate next to his foster parents each night. He doesn’t like to be far from his humans.

True to his Great Pyrenees bloodline, Chance is a guardian and will alert you to all that is happening. It also means he needs a home with a secure fence to prevent wandering. We feel Chance will do best in a home without small children due to his herding instincts. He is very socialized with other dogs. He walks well on a leash, although he still can get excited at times. He LOVES to run in the yard and bark at the birds. He HOPS (off all 4 legs!) with pure joy when freely running! He still exhibits a bit of food guarding, as many strays do. But, he has come very far, and we feel with a strong leader he will overcome this completely.

Chance likes to remind us that the more love you give, the more you receive! This exuberant fellow cannot wait to find his very own forever home!

To learn more about Chance, email SacredPawsDogs@gmail.com. Chance was born Feb 2015 and weighs 49 lbs. Chance is neutered, current on routine vaccinations, microchipped, and heartworm negative. He is crate trained, and used to a doggie door. Adoption contribution $150 - $250. SPDR is a volunteer run rescue, every penny goes the care of our dogs.

About Sacred Paws Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Sacred Paws Dog Rescue's mission is to find loving homes for needy dogs, focusing efforts in counties north of Dallas, Texas. We promote spay/neuter programs and strive to educate people about quality dog care. SPDR is dedicated to honoring the powerful bond between humans and dogs.

SPDR is comprised of experienced rescuers and animal advocates. SPDR is foster-home based. We are committed to enriching the lives of all the dogs in our care.

Sacred Paws Dog Rescue (SPDR) is a 501(c)3 non profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

Because our dogs are in loving foster homes, we set up meet n greets with potential adopters in a neutral location.

You can also meet our dogs at Pet Supplies Plus in Dallas (Mockingbird) a couple times each month. We post our upcoming events on Petfinder
http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/TX1710.html

Our Adoption Process...

If you're interested in adopting a dog from SPDR, please send your contact information to: SacredPawsDogs@gmail.com. We are all volunteers so please be patient, we will respond within 24 hours.

We do not do same-day adoptions and a home visit is required. Adoption contribution is $150 - $200. All monetary gifts are used to care for dogs in our program.

SPDR's dogs are spayed or neutered, current on routine vaccinations, microchipped, heartworm negative and on monthly preventive.

Depending on the amount of time our adoptable dogs have been in a foster home, we strive to teach basic obedience, house manners, and socialization with dogs and people.

Sacred Paws is dedicated to the dogs in our program for life. We always take our dogs back if the adoption is not a good fit -- and we are committed to helping each dog make a transition from our foster home(s) into forever home(s) through training and behavior modification.