Children in the home must be at least 6 years old.
Female Great Pyrenees rarely cohabitate with other females successfully. Our goal is for each adoption to be a permanent placement, therefore homes that already have a female dog are not eligible to adopt a female Pyr.
Wouldn’t you love your own very special friend? If so, Annie is your girl. She will give you tons of love and always be by your side. Annie is crate trained and house broken, and while she would prefer to be inside, she also loves to play outside (if the weather is not too warm). She will spend her time outside taking in all of the sights of nature and boy will she let you know if something isn’t right :) Annie’s foster says she is excellent on the leash. She does great with kids and seems to flourish in their presence. Annie’s foster momma describes her as a loveable goofball, foot-loose and fancy free! Can you guess Annie’s favorite past time? You guessed it...this girl is a big love bug who enjoys her nights cuddling with her humans. While Annie does enjoy a furry play date every now and then, she is just as content getting all of her human's love. Do you have room in your bed or on your sofa for this love bug? :)
NGPR Pooch Profile
Name: Annie in Louisiana
Age: 1 yr old as of Mar. 2017
Dew Claws: no
Estimated Adult Weight: 55 lbs
Current Location: NGPR approved foster in Lafayette, LA
Medical: Spayed, dewormed, negative for heartworm, up-to-date on vaccinations and currently on flea, tick and heartworm preventative. This dog travels with a Interstate Health Certificate required by the USDA confirming that all the above criteria have been met.
Housebroken: yes and crate trained
Can be Placed With: Kids, Cats, Other Dogs
Fencing: Secure VISIBLE fencing is required; invisible fencing WILL NOT contain this breed.
Fees: $300 local adoption fee; $475 if adopted in the northeast.
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About Us: National Great Pyrenees Rescue (NGPR) is not a shelter. We are a not-for-profit, tax-exempt coalition of Pyr rescuers and rescue groups. We save Pyrs and Pyr mixes across the country and place them in approved foster homes so we know how they will interact with your family. Please consider adopting or fostering. Every dog who is fostered or adopted makes room for another Pyr coming out of a kill shelter. Prior to adoption, NGPR dogs are fostered for a minimum of two weeks (usually more), spayed or neutered and fully vetted. Dogs coming from out of area are certified with a USDA health certificate before going to their new homes. Our rescuers adhere to the highest placement standards and will take back any dog whose adoption does not succeed. Visit www.nationalpyr.org to learn more about us, our mission and our breed.
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This exceptional Great Pyrenees dog has been selected for sponsorship by National Great Pyrenees Rescue (NGPR)We have many Pyrs and Pyr mixes who need homes and not all of them are posted. You can see more of these beautiful dogs by clicking on Rescue Dogs.
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