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Great Pyrenees puppies and dogs in Concord, California

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Monkey

Great Pyrenees Anatolian Shepherd

Male, 3 mos
Pleasant Hill, CA
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet Monkey! Meet Monkey, named after the Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, he is a true chunky monkey, the biggest in the litter! Dont let his size fool you, he is as sweet as pie and the biggest love bug in town. He gets along with dogs of all sizes and couldn’t care less about the cat. He is eager to please and loves training time. Monkey is crate trained through the night and uses the doggy door to do his business outside. He is so loved by his foster family and would do best in a home where he will be showered with love and he will return the favor.  Puppy/XL Breeds up to 1 yr $500.00 Our dogs are spayed/neutered and a registered chip. For our puppies they are up to date on vaccinations.  Once adopted it is the new owner’s responsibility to continue the remaining vaccinations with a veterinarian. Our adoption process includes an initial conversation about the dog to see if the dog is a good match or if another dog could be a more suitable match. We also will complete a home visit. It should be noted that our adoption counselors know the dogs and can best guide any possible adopter with a suitable match. Please visit https://www.calpaws.org/available-dogs for the adoption application! We are always in need of experienced fosters for the amount of dogs we have coming in. Being a foster is such a rewarding experience. If you are interested please review https://www.calpaws.org/fostering   Puppy: up to 1 yr $450.00 Our dogs are spayed/neutered and a registered chip. For our puppies they are up to date on vaccinations.  Once adopted it is the new owner’s responsibility to continue the remaining vaccinations with a veterinarian. Our adoption process includes an initial conversation about the dog to see if the dog is a good match or if another dog could be a more suitable match. We also will complete a home visit. It should be noted that our adoption counselors know the dogs and can best guide any possible adopter with a suitable match. Please visit https://www.calpaws.org/available-dogs for the adoption application! We are always in need of experienced fosters for the amount of dogs we have coming in. Being a foster is such a rewarding experience. If you are interested please review https://www.calpaws.org/fostering ##2083232##

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Rye aka Suki

Great Pyrenees

Female, 4 yrs 4 mos
San Pablo, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Suki is a gorgeous 4 yo Great Pyranese who was abandoned in an orchard and rescued from a high kill Shelter in Kern County. Suki exemplifies all of the qualities of her breed. She is a true guardian who will protect her family and property with all of her being. She bonds closely with the people she loves and her l9ve and loyalty know no bounds. She is smart, eager to please, affectionate, playful, dog friendly, great on leash....we could go on and on. Suki would do best on a farm or ranch with livestock and property to protect. Suki is spayed, UTD on vaccines and microchipped.
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FINN

Great Pyrenees

Male, 3 yrs 9 mos
Pt. Richmond, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
No kids for Finn. He needs a predictable environment and to stay home with adults, and mostly being an outdoor dog. People with some land and with a lot of experience with the breed as well as patience to let Finn adjust in a calm home environment. No hovering - hugging- pushing or pulling until a significant amount of time has past for his comfort and adjustment. SLOW and steady for Finn, he needs to build trust, he is a friendly, beguiling fellow, but has territorial issues, and some handling issues to where he doesn't like strangers hugging him and that kind of thing. A life outdoors with a covered, protected area and people going about their days, he will follow around, engage, tail wagging and happy! He is intelligent, and knows how to "Sit," "Shake" and "Down." He is good with other dogs, and loves to play.
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SAVANNAH

Great Pyrenees

Female, 10 yrs 9 mos
Pt. Richmond, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs,
Story
Sanctuary Notes on Savanna: Savanna was nicknamed Smiley, as when she first came to us she would watch us with interest and a big smile on her face. She came in with a group of seven other pyrs from the neglectful situation described below. I thought for sure that she would be the first to warm up to us as she seemed to have the most confidence and did not seem as fearful as the others, but she would always keep her distance, playfully smiling at me from behind a tree. We now have them in an area with access to indoors and outdoors in our main building, where they are getting used to seeing us all throughout the day. We have found that although Savanna seems to be adventurous and inquisitive, she is still unwilling to let us actually pet her and will skip away last minute. Because of this we are going to switch gears and give her and Leo more undivided one on one attention to help her past this hurdle. She will happily stand at arms length from me, smiling and eat treats, but gets confused when we reach out to make physical contact as this was not likely the norm in her last "home" We have high hopes that we will have the needed breakthrough with Savanna, and would love a specific patient foster home to help her get there! Group notes: Milo took in seven beautiful yet under-socialized Pyrenees that had been seized from a hoarding situation, but were then set for euthanasia due to lack of space at the shelter. We have been working with them to gain their trust as they were not raised as family members, and some are making great strides. Because of this, they are looking for very patient, understanding and rural homes that will continue to work with them to help them to realize their full potential. None of these dogs have ever bitten anyone and even the most fearful will run and bark when scared or unsure of a situation rather than show outward aggression. They had not been raised walking on a leash and were living in a large fenced area together which they had never left and were used for breeding, cared for by a man with mental illness until seized by animal control for neglect. Because they were not raised with livestock ( and do show a prey drive towards cats) they would not be a good choice for someone looking to have them guard animals on a farm, and because they were not raised in a home, they do not understand commands etc, but they do prefer to go potty outside and are loving sleeping on cozy beds. They will follow direction when a routine is established and will go inside or out as a group when asked. They do love each other and will bound around and play, but we do not know how they would do with other dogs given that Pyrenees imprint with the animals that they are raised with and these guys can get worked up as a group when there is a dog unknown to them outside the fence, for this reason if there is another dog in the home their interactions would have to be closely monitored in order to make sure that they are a safe fit together. From what we have seen, they are open and excepting of puppies even if outside the family group, but again supervision would be key! If you are willing and able to help one of these gorgeous dogs, please send applications to foster or adopt to sanctuary@milofoundation.org Thank you for considering adoption of a Milo Foundation Sanctuary dog. Our Sanctuary is where our rescued dogs who have had difficulty in a home in the past, have behavioural issues, or too much energy, or for some, aggression issues with other dogs, or intense stranger danger that make them more difficult to safely and happily live in urban environments. These are not beginner dogs or for the most part nor are they for families with children. IF you are looking for an easy dog to add to your family, we suggest looking at the dogs at our Adoption Center, Milo Pt Richmond. BUT, if you can offer a safe and nurturing home to a dog with some behavioral "quirks" please do send an application today. Thank you. Adoption fee is sponsored by a generous young woman to go to the right home!
We'll also keep you updated on ODIE's adoption status with email updates.
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ODIE

Great Pyrenees Australian Cattle Dog

Male, 4 yrs
Pt. Richmond, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Odie is a sweet love bug but he needs an owner who is going to work with him to provide reassurance in training and have the patience and time to introduce him slowly to new things. While he is initially nervous around new dogs and he may bark or growl, he also play bows with a happy wagging tail. This is not uncommon in a stray who's had to find his way on the streets. A little reassurance and more socialization with friendly dogs will be helpful to get him over his concerns. He cannot be around small animals as he does have prey drive. He needs a rural setting to live in as he would not do well in a urban or city environment.
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BRIAR

Great Pyrenees

Female, 3 yrs 11 mos
Pt. Richmond, CA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Sweet 3 year old Briar is a female Great Pyrenees fun-loving, gentle ball of glorious fluff. She is lovely, calm, snuggly, and good with other dogs. She is not a huge fan of exerting herself, but is up for adventures and enjoys new experiences.
We'll also keep you updated on Casper's adoption status with email updates.
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Casper

Great Pyrenees

Male, 1 yr 6 mos
San Francisco, CA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Casper 1 Year Old Male Great Pyrenees Mix 85-lbs, Neutered Background: Open to exploring placement outside of our Bay Area service area for the right fit. Must be experienced with Great Pyrenees or large dogs. Great Pyrenees are known for their independent nature and protective instincts, so someone who is familiar with these traits will be better equipped to handle Casper's behavior. We took in Casper's mother, a Great Pyrenees, along with his siblings last year. This decision was based on being told that the father was a Labrador Retriever which turned out not to be the case. Casper found a home through adoption but was eventually returned to us due to displaying resource-guarding behavior. With no available foster homes at the time, we had no choice but to place Casper in a boarding facility, where he was for five months until a foster home opened up. . Outside of the resource guarding, Casper's former family (four adults) described him as "very sweet and a quick learner. He loves to be around people and play fetch. He can be very gentle and loving. In the middle of the night, if he needed to go potty, he would gently lick my face until I woke up. I could go on for days about what a great dog Casper is. He knows how to play dead, he would go to his crate when we said it was time for bed. He liked sleeping in his crate, and we always left the crate door open for him. When it was warm, we would find him sleeping in our bathtub." What Casper's Foster Says: It seems my foster doesn’t know my name because he keeps calling me, “You Big Goof”. Can someone tell him my name is Casper? Casper is a big fluffy guy that has a “bubbly personality” is gentle, loving, devoted and a loyal companion. Casper’s favorite outing is to go hiking with our dog Cheyenne. He starts getting excited when we grab the car keys. Casper does really well riding in the truck. He loves to hang his head out the window. Casper met several friends (goats, Llamas, and horses) on the hikes. We haven’t started any off-leash training. Casper also likes to play tug-o-war and fetch with his toys. Casper sleeps in the crate that is located in our bedroom. When we start getting ready for bed, Casper will head to his crate. He’ll sleep through the night. Casper gets along pretty well with our female lab Cheyenne. There have been a couple of occasions when Cheyenne let Casper know that she was done playing. Casper did respect her wishes. Casper knows a significant number of commands; Sit, Down, Break (release command), Come, Crate, Place (designated space), Heel, Out, No (that something is not acceptable), Let’s go Potty and Who Wants a Treat. Casper is gentle when taking treats from your hand. Casper is 50% Great White Pyrenees. The Great Pyrenees originated in the Pyrenees mountains of Europe which form the border between France and Spain. They were developed by the Basque people to protect their flocks from predation by bears and wolves. It’s highly recommended that you read up on the breed if you are interested in adopting. 10 Tips for Training Great Pyrenees | It's Dog or Nothing (itsdogornothing.com) What Lab Rescue Rep Says: Casper needs someone experienced with the Great Pyrenees breed or large dogs. He should start out as the only dog and work with a local trainer to continue building his foundation. With the right measures taken, Casper can thrive. He has bad habits that need to be paid more attention to. From the boarding facility, he's not an aggressive dog by any means but stubborn and can be possessive of his space, especially with things of high value e.g. food and treats. We recommend that the person who adopts Casper work with a professional dog trainer to develop a training plan that is tailored to his specific needs. Casper is an affectionate dog and will thrive in a loving, structured environment and in a home with rules and boundaries. Medical: Casper is up to date on core vaccines, heartworm tested negative, microchipped, and neutered. Located In: Danville If you are interested in fostering or adopting, please contact Kris at krisellen.nm@gmail.com Please note our service area: GGLRR adopts to the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Our volunteers donate their personal time phones so please only call during reasonable hours (8am - 8pm). The Rescue Rep identified in the dog posting is the only person with information about the dog - please only contact the designated volunteer. We do call everyone back within 2-3 days so please be patient. We work very hard to make the right matches for the dogs and for the new owners. We get 3-5 dogs per week; we do not have a facility where the dogs are housed, they are in foster homes throughout the Bay Area.

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1.9 miles

CalPaws K9 Rescue

Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

Pet Types: dogs

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12.6 miles

Jelly's Place

2905 San Pablo Dam Road, San Pablo, CA 94803

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Rescue

16.3 miles

Milo Foundation

220 S Garrard Blvd, Pt. Richmond, CA 94801

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Rescue

22.3 miles

Golden Gate Labrador Retriever Rescue

268 Bush Street #4322, San Francisco, CA 94104

Pet Types: dogs

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Rescue

29.4 miles

Furry Friends Rescue

P.O. Box 7270, Fremont, CA 94537

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Rescue

31.7 miles

Family Dog Rescue

Sonoma, CA 95476

Pet Types: dogs

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Rescue

32.3 miles

North Bay Canine Rescue & Placement

PO Box 4522, Petaluma, CA 94955

Pet Types: dogs

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Rescue

34.5 miles

HELLA DAM BITCHES N QUEENS RESCUE

PACIFICA, CA 94044

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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