Ruff Ruff! My name is Mitch
|Size:||X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more||Sex:||Male|
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
Mitch NEEDS a home!!! This goofy boy will flash you a big toothy grin when you get home. He is so happy to see you his whole body wags as he leans into you. Mitch is a big friendly boy. He weighs about 100 plus pounds. Mitch was pulled from a shelter in Tennessee where his coat was so moldy from being out in the wet weather it had to be shaved. Mitch is now a sweet, sweet long haired boy. He loves to ride in cars, take long walks and is very food motivated Mitch is currently in a kennel type situaion and needs a quiet home and someone with patience to help him adjust to being a house dog and spend more time with him then he is currently getting. This poor boy was chained out in the yard and forgotten about. Now he just wants to be with people. He loves to be loved on. Mitch has come a long way and still needs some training and TLC. He will definitely be worth the effort. Because of his high prey drive, Mitch cannot live with or be near cats or small animals or fowl. He does fine around puppies and gets along with most dogs but doesn't get along with large male dogs. His ideal home would be him being the only dog or maybe a female. Wont you give this sweet boy the loving home he so deserves! No children under 12.
Please be sure to do your research on Great Pyrenees. They are great companions, but they are not the dog for everyone. Pyrs NEED a fenced yard, you will not train a pyr to stay in the yard. Some drool & they tend to bark and all shed-alot!!! They can also become quite territorial.
IPlease e-mail us at email@example.com if you are interested in adopting this dog. A phone interview will be conducted and we will check your references. We also do homevisits prior to adoption.
For more info call Leslie at 603-843-5319
Rescue Group Info...
We are a small group of volunteers dedicated to saving Great Pyrenees and other dogs from kill shelters in the south where pet over population is a serious problem due to lack of spay and neuter. We have and will help local great pyrenees in need when space allows.
Our dogs are quarantined & vetted before coming north. We foster our dogs in our homes NOT a facility so we can get to know them and help them acclimate to living indoors as well as teach manners as many were ignored outdoor dogs.
Our adoption process consists of filling out an application, a phone interview, caliing your vet andor personal references, conducting a home visit.
We do require a fanced in yard or for the dog to be leash walked only. We prefer homes that do not have very small children. Large dog experience is also required. We do have a written adoption contract and our adoption fees range from $375 to $450.
Serving the Northern New England area