Please fill out our short application - the link is below - we are FAST! Our applications are usually processed in less than 7 days but we have done one in less than 8 hours!!
Rover loves people and his favorite thing to do is go on a walk. He also loves other dogs. Rover is such a great puppy, and he will certainly grow up to be a relaxed, loyal, and affectionate dog. At just four months old, Rover has mastered potty-training, sitting, and walking calmly on his leash. He is also up-to-date on all of his vaccinations and is neutered. In his foster home he lives with many different kinds of animals. He doesn't bother the bunny or bird in their cages, and really loves the cats but they don’t love him (yet)! He would do best with a playmate around his size. He plays with another Great Pyrenees his age and a middle-aged basset hound. He absolutely loves running around the yard with them. He has a lot of energy and would make a great vigorous walking and running companion, but he also loves rainy, lazy days in which he can cuddle with someone. Toys and nature interest Rover a lot! His favorites are squeaky toys and tennis balls. When he goes outside he loves to roll in the grass or play in the sprinklers. He’s a very sociable dog, so he would do best in an environment where he can play. He loves early mornings, but sleeps perfectly through the night. Could you give Rover his forever home?
PUPPIES WILL ONLY BE PLACED IN HOMES WITH YOUTHFUL, PLAYFUL, DOGS.
OUR REQUIREMENTS FOR PUPPY ADOPTION: 1) These puppies are not livestock dogs. They must be family pets that are allowed inside the home. 2) PUPPIES WILL ONLY BE PLACED IN HOMES WITH YOUTHFUL, PLAYFUL, DOGS. This helps integrate the dog into your household easier by giving the pup a mentor. 3) In addition to the youthful playful dog, someone must also be home at least part of the day. Please do not apply for a puppy if you are gone 8-10 hours a day. It is not good situation for you or the puppy. 4) We give preference to applicants with prior Great Pyrenees knowledge/ experiences. Secure visible fencing required. 5) You must have plan in place to socialize your puppy properly. 6) Please do NOT write us and ask if this puppy is available. If it is posted, it is available. BUT, we may be working other applications that came in before yours. If so, by the time you are approved, the puppy may not be available. 7) The FASTEST way to be considered for a puppy is to fill out an application. If you write, it will delay your application and put you to the back of the line. All the persons processing applications are volunteers that have their own dogs, families and job responsibilities. We do our best to get applications done quickly but applications for adult dogs come before puppy applications. There is always someone that will want to adopt a puppy.
Adoption fee: $375 Adoption fee
NOTE: Northwest adopter pays transportation cost to an independent transport company.
There are many things you can do to help:
1. Adopt! If this Gentle Giant looks like the one for you, fill out an adoption application today!
2. FOSTER! This is a temporary commitment that gives all needy dogs the time needed to find the loving home they deserve. Your generous decision to foster can literally mean the difference between whether they live or die.
3. Donate! In upwards of $8/day, Boarding isn't cheap. A donation of just $25 can give all boarded dogs 3 whole days to find the home they have been waiting their whole life for. Vet bills. These can sometimes run into the thousands per dog. Every penny counts when it comes to vet bills!
As always, all donations are gratefully accepted.
Every dog adopted thru the GPRS program is up to date on all vaccinations, spayed/neutered and on heartworm preventative.
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