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My name is Sadie Lew!

Great Pyrenees Dog for adoption in Kyle, Texas - Sadie Lew
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I'm being cared for by:
Texas Great Pyrenees Rescue, Inc.

Facts about Sadie Lew

  • Breed: Great Pyrenees
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Female
I had a very scary thing happen. My family started putting all their stuff in boxes and started loading it in a truck. Next thing I know they take me to a horrible place with cages!! I did not know why they left me there because I was a good girl. A very nice man came to get me though, and he brought me to a house with lots of big dogs and cats. I was a little afraid at first with all the commotion but I am now so happy to be here!! He told me that he and others like him will find me a new home where they won't desert me again. I feel so much better now and look forward to meeting a family who will keep me safe and love me. I promise I will love them back!!

About Texas Great Pyrenees Rescue, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

TGPR is a 501.c.3 organization dedicated to the protection and rescue of Great Pyrenees in Texas and surrounding areas.

TGPR helps Great Pyrenees that are considered at-risk for physical/mental injury, cruelty and abandonment and that may be subject to euthanasia and inhumane treatment.

We have Great Pyrenees of all different ages. We want to find just the right Pyr for you. If you are interested in adopting one of our Available Pyrs, please fill out an adoption application today: "www.txpyrs.org."

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are state-wide with members serving as foster homes. Check our events calendar for events near you. To learn more about us, please visit our website at: "www.txpyrs.org."

Our Adoption Process...

To adopt a TGPR dog, please visit our website at: "www.txpyrs.org."
-- and fill out an application form. We conduct a personal interview with the applicant, as well as a veterinary reference, three personal references, and an in-person home check. Fees vary based on the age of the dog, as well as whether the dog is a proven LGD (livestock guardian dog).