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Facts about me

Breed
Australian Shepherd/Great Pyrenees
Color
Merle
Age
5 years 7 months old, Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 75 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID
2964

My info

Small red x Not good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Meet Gunner! Gunner is a 4 year old Aussie/great Pyrenees mix. He is around 75 pounds current on vaccinations, neutered, and on prevention.

Gunner is the biggest goofy love bug of all time! Gunner can be people selective so proper introductions are necessary. Once he knows you he is your best friend forever! Gunner says his Furever home would need to have a big fenced yard because he loves to run and be goofy especially when is chilly out! His forever home also needs to be one without children or cats as they cause a lot of commotion that makes him uneasy. Gunner loves walks and to play tug with anyone that will play with him. He is very vocal and talks to you when he wants to engage which is super cute. 

Gunner is currently fostered with his trainer and would need to stay somewhat local to Auburn GA. Gunner is picky about the dogs he wants to play with so best he was the only dog or a calm female could work in his ideal home. Gunner has been though a lot in his 4 years and is looking for new positive adventures. Gunner is super active and needs his person to be as well!!!!

If you think that Gunner is the perfect dog for you, please fill out our application:
https://www.australianshepherdsfurever.org/adoption-application

All adoption fees are used for future rescue efforts.
Meet Gunner! Gunner is a 4 year old Aussie/great Pyrenees mix. He is around 75 pounds current on vaccinations, neutered, and on prevention.

Gunner is the biggest goofy love bug of all time! Gunner can be people selective so proper introductions are necessary. Once he knows you he is your best friend forever! Gunner says his Furever home would need to have a big fenced yard because he loves to run and be goofy especially when is chilly out! His forever home also needs to be one without children or cats as they cause a lot of commotion that makes him uneasy. Gunner loves walks and to play tug with anyone that will play with him. He is very vocal and talks to you when he wants to engage which is super cute. 

Gunner is currently fostered with his trainer and would need to stay somewhat local to Auburn GA. Gunner is picky about the dogs he wants to play with so best he was the only dog or a calm female could work in his ideal home. Gunner has been though a lot in his 4 years and is looking for new positive adventures. Gunner is super active and needs his person to be as well!!!!

If you think that Gunner is the perfect dog for you, please fill out our application:
https://www.australianshepherdsfurever.org/adoption-application

All adoption fees are used for future rescue efforts.
Rescue

Australian Shepherds Furever - Auburn, Georgia Chapter

Contact info
Pet ID
2964
Contact
Australian Shepherds Furever
Phone
Address
Auburn, GA 30011

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We pride ourselves on a thorough screening process. A complete application, background check,vet reference check, personal reference check, photos of property inside and out if there is not a local representative
We pride ourselves on a thorough screening process. A complete application, background check,vet reference check, personal reference check, photos of property inside and out if there is not a local representative

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As we are a national rescue, adoption events will be posted as they are scheduled with specific information on location etc.
As we are a national rescue, adoption events will be posted as they are scheduled with specific information on location etc.

More about this rescue

Nancy Pearlman-Gonzalez, Founder and CEO, created Australian Shepherds Furever (ASF), a non-profit organization to promote the education, rescue, fostering and adoption of the Australian Shepherd breed of dog. In July 2012, Australian Shepherds Furever (ASF) initiated as a page on Facebook. Hoping to have 1,000 members at the end one year, ASF quickly grew into a network of more than 62,000 dedicated individuals striving to provide aid and refuge to Aussies all over the country. From these phenomena, the website www.australianshepherdsfurever.org was developed to educate the public on this intelligent and beautiful breed, and provide resources to those seeking help or willing to contribute to the Adopt, Save and Foster (ASF) philosophy. ASF filed for non- profit status in July 2013 and obtained its status in July 2014 and through proactive networking, partnerships, training/rehabilitation and fundraising, ASF has saved the lives of countless dogs to include those with Parvo, Mange, Tick Disease, Giardia, Cancer, Pneumonia, broken limbs, eye disease, neurological disorders, gun shot wounds and some of the most extreme cases of abuse that one could imagine. ASF focuses on the Aussies that most would turn their backs on. ASF is in its 5th year and over 2,100 Australian Shepherds have been rescued from high kill shelters, abusive owners and other high-risk situations. We, as humans, have a responsibility to up hold, shelter and care for those beings that are less fortunate, that are simply cast away. Thanks to proactive individuals who work collectively, Aussies nationwide are being given a chance at a better life. Australian Shepherds Volunteers are an integral component of ASF for the maintenance of the website, screening potential fosters and adopters, providing training, fundraising, data base management, networking and transporting of recued Aussies. All Volunteers; Adopters, Fosters, Trainers and Transporters etc. are carefully screened and vetted to assure the safe and vital placement of these dogs into furever homes. We currently have over 170 foster families and over 160 dogs in foster care nationwide. We have professional trainers to work with our dogs with severe behavioral issues. We also have a team of Rescue Coordinators, Medical Advisors, Fundraisers, Regional Reps, Application Processors, Data Base Managers, Social Media Managers, Microchip and ID tag Registrars and Ground and Air Transport Coordinators that work together to save these beautiful dogs. Furever (ASF).
Nancy Pearlman-Gonzalez, Founder and CEO, created Australian Shepherds Furever (ASF), a non-profit organization to promote the education, rescue, fostering and adoption of the Australian Shepherd breed of dog. In July 2012, Australian Shepherds Furever (ASF) initiated as a page on Facebook. Hoping to have 1,000 members at the end one year, ASF quickly grew into a network of more than 62,000 dedicated individuals striving to provide aid and refuge to Aussies all over the country. From these phenomena, the website www.australianshepherdsfurever.org was developed to educate the public on this intelligent and beautiful breed, and provide resources to those seeking help or willing to contribute to the Adopt, Save and Foster (ASF) philosophy. ASF filed for non- profit status in July 2013 and obtained its status in July 2014 and through proactive networking, partnerships, training/rehabilitation and fundraising, ASF has saved the lives of countless dogs to include those with Parvo, Mange, Tick Disease, Giardia, Cancer, Pneumonia, broken limbs, eye disease, neurological disorders, gun shot wounds and some of the most extreme cases of abuse that one could imagine. ASF focuses on the Aussies that most would turn their backs on. ASF is in its 5th year and over 2,100 Australian Shepherds have been rescued from high kill shelters, abusive owners and other high-risk situations. We, as humans, have a responsibility to up hold, shelter and care for those beings that are less fortunate, that are simply cast away. Thanks to proactive individuals who work collectively, Aussies nationwide are being given a chance at a better life. Australian Shepherds Volunteers are an integral component of ASF for the maintenance of the website, screening potential fosters and adopters, providing training, fundraising, data base management, networking and transporting of recued Aussies. All Volunteers; Adopters, Fosters, Trainers and Transporters etc. are carefully screened and vetted to assure the safe and vital placement of these dogs into furever homes. We currently have over 170 foster families and over 160 dogs in foster care nationwide. We have professional trainers to work with our dogs with severe behavioral issues. We also have a team of Rescue Coordinators, Medical Advisors, Fundraisers, Regional Reps, Application Processors, Data Base Managers, Social Media Managers, Microchip and ID tag Registrars and Ground and Air Transport Coordinators that work together to save these beautiful dogs. Furever (ASF).