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Facts about me

Breed
Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd
Color
White - with Brown or Chocolate
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 62 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID
1456

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Launch is ready to share her story!

Sometimes I wish I could go back to my puppyhood. Things were so simple back then. I would play in the sun with my siblings, chase after butterflies, and then cuddle up to my mom at night. Boy has life changed for me though. I have never really had a home...or a family for that matter. I have drifted from place to place, but I was never allowed in. People would feed me here and there, but then I would be on my way again.

Eventually, I ended up at the animal shelter....although it was more like a pound. Only a few kennels, very small, and with limited people coming in to look for their new family member. Throw in the fact that I am on the timid side since I was never socialized....and even I knew the chances of me leaving that pound were limited. Thankfully, a nice volunteer reached out to this rescue about me, and before I knew it my new life had begun! I landed in a great foster home, was brought inside the house for the first time in my life, and get lovings and food on a daily basis. It is almost too good to be true!

My name is Launch and I am a 7-month-old female Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd mix. I weigh around 62lbs right now.
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Ever since I ended up homeless I have been dreaming of a forever family. One that will love me for the rest of my life! I know it is a big decision so I had my foster family fill out this questionnaire to make sure you are 100% sure about me!

-How does your foster act when meeting new people?
Shy, a little nervous.

-Has your foster been to any public settings?
No, but I think she'd be okay once she's comfortable!

-Is your foster leash trained?
No, but she does okay and has gotten much better.

-Does your foster like going on walks? No, but she does alright on a leash!

-Would your foster enjoy hiking?
No.

-Does your foster do on car rides?
She does well but won't jump up.

-Does your foster jump on people?
No.

-Describe your fosters energy level?
Calm, laid back, lazy, with occasional zooms!

-Is your foster a big chewer?
If she doesn't have toy bones she'll chew on our wooden table.

-Does your foster like to play fetch?
No.

-Does your foster like to play in the water?
Unknown.

-Does your foster play with Toys?
Yes! She loves Nylabones and squeaky toys!

-Does your foster have any food aggression?
No.

-Does your foster resource guard?
No.

-Do you think your foster would be okay with free-roam of the house even if you are away?
Yes, as long as she had plenty of chew bones and toys to keep her entertained.

-Is your foster potty trained?
Yes.

-Is your foster kennel trained?
No.

-Where does your foster sleep at night?
In our bedroom in her dog bed or on our bed.

-Where does your foster stay when no one is home?
She has free-roam of the house.

-Is your foster good with other dogs?
Yes.

-How does your foster act around other dogs?
Shy at first, indifferent but does like to play at random times!

-Does your foster need another dog in their new home?
No.

-Is your foster good with cats?
Unknown since they are none in her foster home.

-Is your foster good with kids?
She has been around kids as young as 5 and has done well.

-Would your foster dog do good in an apartment?
No. She is more of a homebody and would prefer to stay mainly in her own home with a yard. Not constantly be out and about on walks.

-Is your foster a big barker?
No.

-What would be your fosters ideal home?

Launch would love a home with another dog and one that isn't too active.

-Is there anything else you would like to mention about your foster dog?

Launch is a very sweet, loving, and reserved girl. She was very nervous and shy when she first came into our home but she's been making so much progress! Launch needs a patient home who understands that she's been through a lot and doesn't trust people right away. It took about a week for her to begin to trust me and the wait is definitely worth it! Getting her to go somewhere you want isn't always the easiest but if you put a leash on her she will follow you anywhere! Going low to the ground gets her to respond much better! She is super affectionate and absolutely loves pets and cuddles! If you're looking for a dog who is needy but equally independent, this is your girl! She loves toys and needs them if you have any wooden furniture, otherwise, she gets bored and will chew on wooden items if she doesn't have access to toys. Launch does great free-roaming the house and gets along great with her foster siblings! She is absolutely amazing and deserves the most loving home!

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Phew! That took longer than I thought! Hopefully, all your questions about me were answered though! Before you apply to adopt me I have a few last things that I would like to discuss!

-How can someone adopt me?
The first step is to fill out an adoption app for me at https://www.pyrpawsandfluffytailsrescue.com/adoption-app

Once this app comes in, it will get sent on to my foster family and they will help me decide if we are a match or not.

-Where are you being fostered?
I am being fostered in Moore, OK.

-Would I need to pick you up?
Yes, you would need to pick me up. This rescue does not send us on transports. It is less stress on us that way. Plus, you and I can already start bonding on the road trip home!

-Can I adopt you even if I don't live in Oklahoma?
Yes, I am okay moving to a new state.

-How much is your adoption fee?
My adoption fee is $225.

That includes my DHLPP, Rabies, and Bordatella shots. I will be micro-chipped, heart-worm tested, have a fecal done, be de-wormed, be spayed/neutered, and will be current on heart-worm and flea/tick prevention.
Launch is ready to share her story!

Sometimes I wish I could go back to my puppyhood. Things were so simple back then. I would play in the sun with my siblings, chase after butterflies, and then cuddle up to my mom at night. Boy has life changed for me though. I have never really had a home...or a family for that matter. I have drifted from place to place, but I was never allowed in. People would feed me here and there, but then I would be on my way again.

Eventually, I ended up at the animal shelter....although it was more like a pound. Only a few kennels, very small, and with limited people coming in to look for their new family member. Throw in the fact that I am on the timid side since I was never socialized....and even I knew the chances of me leaving that pound were limited. Thankfully, a nice volunteer reached out to this rescue about me, and before I knew it my new life had begun! I landed in a great foster home, was brought inside the house for the first time in my life, and get lovings and food on a daily basis. It is almost too good to be true!

My name is Launch and I am a 7-month-old female Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd mix. I weigh around 62lbs right now.
____________________________________________________________________

Ever since I ended up homeless I have been dreaming of a forever family. One that will love me for the rest of my life! I know it is a big decision so I had my foster family fill out this questionnaire to make sure you are 100% sure about me!

-How does your foster act when meeting new people?
Shy, a little nervous.

-Has your foster been to any public settings?
No, but I think she'd be okay once she's comfortable!

-Is your foster leash trained?
No, but she does okay and has gotten much better.

-Does your foster like going on walks? No, but she does alright on a leash!

-Would your foster enjoy hiking?
No.

-Does your foster do on car rides?
She does well but won't jump up.

-Does your foster jump on people?
No.

-Describe your fosters energy level?
Calm, laid back, lazy, with occasional zooms!

-Is your foster a big chewer?
If she doesn't have toy bones she'll chew on our wooden table.

-Does your foster like to play fetch?
No.

-Does your foster like to play in the water?
Unknown.

-Does your foster play with Toys?
Yes! She loves Nylabones and squeaky toys!

-Does your foster have any food aggression?
No.

-Does your foster resource guard?
No.

-Do you think your foster would be okay with free-roam of the house even if you are away?
Yes, as long as she had plenty of chew bones and toys to keep her entertained.

-Is your foster potty trained?
Yes.

-Is your foster kennel trained?
No.

-Where does your foster sleep at night?
In our bedroom in her dog bed or on our bed.

-Where does your foster stay when no one is home?
She has free-roam of the house.

-Is your foster good with other dogs?
Yes.

-How does your foster act around other dogs?
Shy at first, indifferent but does like to play at random times!

-Does your foster need another dog in their new home?
No.

-Is your foster good with cats?
Unknown since they are none in her foster home.

-Is your foster good with kids?
She has been around kids as young as 5 and has done well.

-Would your foster dog do good in an apartment?
No. She is more of a homebody and would prefer to stay mainly in her own home with a yard. Not constantly be out and about on walks.

-Is your foster a big barker?
No.

-What would be your fosters ideal home?

Launch would love a home with another dog and one that isn't too active.

-Is there anything else you would like to mention about your foster dog?

Launch is a very sweet, loving, and reserved girl. She was very nervous and shy when she first came into our home but she's been making so much progress! Launch needs a patient home who understands that she's been through a lot and doesn't trust people right away. It took about a week for her to begin to trust me and the wait is definitely worth it! Getting her to go somewhere you want isn't always the easiest but if you put a leash on her she will follow you anywhere! Going low to the ground gets her to respond much better! She is super affectionate and absolutely loves pets and cuddles! If you're looking for a dog who is needy but equally independent, this is your girl! She loves toys and needs them if you have any wooden furniture, otherwise, she gets bored and will chew on wooden items if she doesn't have access to toys. Launch does great free-roaming the house and gets along great with her foster siblings! She is absolutely amazing and deserves the most loving home!

____________________________________________________________________

Phew! That took longer than I thought! Hopefully, all your questions about me were answered though! Before you apply to adopt me I have a few last things that I would like to discuss!

-How can someone adopt me?
The first step is to fill out an adoption app for me at https://www.pyrpawsandfluffytailsrescue.com/adoption-app

Once this app comes in, it will get sent on to my foster family and they will help me decide if we are a match or not.

-Where are you being fostered?
I am being fostered in Moore, OK.

-Would I need to pick you up?
Yes, you would need to pick me up. This rescue does not send us on transports. It is less stress on us that way. Plus, you and I can already start bonding on the road trip home!

-Can I adopt you even if I don't live in Oklahoma?
Yes, I am okay moving to a new state.

-How much is your adoption fee?
My adoption fee is $225.

That includes my DHLPP, Rabies, and Bordatella shots. I will be micro-chipped, heart-worm tested, have a fecal done, be de-wormed, be spayed/neutered, and will be current on heart-worm and flea/tick prevention.
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Why adoption is a great option

Launch, a Tulsa Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd dog was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd for sale in Tulsa, or seeking a Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd dog from a breeder in Tulsa.

  1. Rescues and shelter volunteers in Tulsa already know the personality and tendencies of their pets. This means they can match you with the right pet. That will makes it much easier transition to owning a pet for yourself and your new pet.
  2. On average adoption fees are much less than you'd pay a Tulsa breeder, or pet store. Plus most often rescue pets have already been to the veterinarian for a check-up, had a round of vaccinations, and are spayed or neutered. That is a lot of savings!
  3. You will become a hero, and give a needy dog or cat a loving home. In fact, there are even Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd breeders who help with Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd rescue. One puppy or kitten adopted in Tulsa paves the way for another one to be saved.