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Milo

Great Pyrenees American Pit Bull Terrier

Male, Young
Cahokia, IL
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Milo was my dad's dog. My dad passed away in November and I took the dog in. Well we're loosing our home and I can't take him with me. Please he's a good dog and needs a good home.

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We'll also keep you updated on Harley's adoption status with email updates.
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Harley

Great Pyrenees

Male, 2 yrs 2 mos
St. Louis, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
WE ARE A TX BASED RESCUE. THIS DOG IS CURRENTLY LOCATED IN TX AND WILL BE TRANSPORTED UPON ADOPTION. Please fill out an adoption application found at haydudeequine.org Harley - You are the bridge between what was and what will be, my pathway to a new life! My name is Harley and it comes from the Old English origin meaning 'Hare Meadow', which represents a peaceful and serene image. Just nothing like seeing a Pyr laying in the yard watching! Unfortunately my elderly owner is not able to care for me any longer but I'm trying not to let it get me down as I look for another family to adopt. Did you know that I came from royalty? The Pyrenees breed came from France where we made our way up from being a peasant farmers dog to the royal court being named the royal dog of France in 1675. Even Queen Victoria had a Pyr. We are strong willed and can sometimes be stubborn but more importantly we are affectionate, patient, confident, fearless and gentle. It is said that we wouldn't make a good breed for first timers but if you're aware of the negative traits (sometimes stubborn & lots of hair) along with the awesome good traits, we could definitely make it work. As a youngster at only around a year and a half old, I do have some basic obedience training, am well mannered, I don't jump up unless invited and have a sweet, loving warm nature that just adores getting 'good boys' from my people. I am a big boy of snowy white fluff. I will need several weekly brushings to keep my royal self tangle free and looking dapper and the vacuum will be an extension of your arm with me around but the reward of my adoring love for you will sooooo be worth it!! A couple of daily 45 minute walks a day should be enough to keep me happy. With that daily exercise in I can do quite well in town with a yard or in the country. I fall into the 3 G category which is Gorgeous, Gentle and Giant. Instinctively nurturing with the flock or family, we do make great family members. Just make sure the couch is big enough for sharing!!! My breed tend to love being with the family and are content to lay at or on your feet or curled up with you on that big enough couch. I'm here to adopt me a family and since you're reading this you must being missing something special in your life too, could it possibly be...ME?!!
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Oso

Great Pyrenees

Male, 1 yr
St. Louis, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
WE ARE A TX BASED RESCUE. THIS DOG IS CURRENTLY LOCATED IN TX AND WILL BE TRANSPORTED UPON ADOPTION. Please fill out an adoption application found at haydudeequine.org Oso - You are the bridge between what was and what will be, my pathway to a new life! The name Oso from the Spanish origin meaning 'bear' fits me just right, not too hard but not too soft. Oops wrong story. I more resemble a big ole polar bear. Big, white and fluffy, so maybe a little soft. :) I miss having a family so I'm hoping my new family will be right around the corner. You see, I was abandoned at a apartment complex. Luckily I was found and brought into this rescue where I'll have my best chance of having that loving fur-ever (the furever part is very important to me) family where I'll be safe and loved (also very important to me). I'm such a good boy that is very affectionate and sweet. I'm good with all people, tall or small, good with the other foster pups here and I'm already house trained. Wow, if you ask me and not to toot my own horn or anything but a special person(s) gonna be getting a real great catch!! I am a pretty big boy coming in around 90lbs but the good news is...at around a year old I am at my adult size! I may be a big boy but that just means there is more of me to love on you! I'm a gentle giant that loves to be loved on and there is nothing better then getting belly rubs and ear scratches! At only around a year old I am still playful and will need some daily walks or exercise but with that in should do fine in town with a yard, out in the country or anywhere in between. With my hairytage my coat will need brushing a few times a week and maybe even a professional grooming once in a while to keep me looking my handsomest self! I will also leave hair on the floor and on the couch (or my doggie bed) and you'll use your vacuum a lot! But my loving nature and soulful expressive eyes will make it all so worth it!!! If you've never been loved by a Pyr before, you don't know what you're missing! If you're searching for a family member that is gentle with a sweet nature, look no further I could be that boy!! Just fill out my adoption application and I'll take it from there!
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Frostbite

Great Pyrenees

Male, 1 yr
St. Louis, MO
Size
(when grown) -
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
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Loretta

Great Pyrenees

Female, 2 mos
St. Louis, MO
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats,
Story
This is Loretta. We believe that she is a 9-week-old Great Pyrenees mix. Loretta came to Judy's Forgotten Jewells on June 3rd. She was surrendered with her littermates by her owner because her owner could not afford to care for four puppies. Her mother is reportedly a Great Pyrenees mix and dad is unknown. Since she has been in foster care, her foster home says that she is super affectionate! She loves to cuddle and be held. She likes to play but is definitely the most laidback of the litter. She is in a foster home with dogs and a cat so she is familiar with the presence of other animals but a slow introduction to any resident pets is recommended. She also currently lives with a 6-year-old child. In foster care, she has kept her crate clean, sleeps through the night, and consistently uses potty pads. She has been experiencing some some in one of her front legs. We believe it is just growing pains after examination and some diagnostic testing. Her adoption fee is $600. The adoption fee includes their care, de-worming, microchip, spay, vaccines, fecal test, and preventatives up to the point of adoption. In addition to their adoption fee, there is a $150 Puppy Package fee that includes heartworm prevention and all vaccine boosters due up to 5 months of age when the boosters are done at Jewell Animal Hospital. The next step to adopt from Judy's Forgotten Jewells is to apply. To apply, visit our website and click the "Apply for Adoption" button on a specific pet's profile. See our adoptable pets and apply: https://judysforgottenjewells.com/view-our-adoptable-pets We adopt by scheduled and confirmed appointments only. We adopt on a first-approved, first-serve basis with a scheduled appointment, so it is important to apply and respond to our follow-up emails as quickly as possible. Puppies and kittens get adopted very quickly. Learn more about our adoption process here: https://judysforgottenjewells.com/adoption-process Questions? Please read our FAQ's here: https://judysforgottenjewells.com/f-a-q Contact us via email: judysforgottenjewellsSTL@gmail.com. Please note that sending an email about a pet is not the same as applying. You must apply to begin the adoption process. Our phone number is for our animal hospital so it is frequently busy. E-mail is the easiest way to communicate with the rescue if you have specific questions. Thank you!
We'll also keep you updated on Doris's adoption status with email updates.
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Doris

Great Pyrenees

Female, 2 mos
St. Louis, MO
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats,
Story
This is Doris. We believe that she is a 9-week-old Great Pyrenees mix. Doris came to Judy's Forgotten Jewells on June 3rd. She was surrendered with her littermates by her owner because her owner could not afford to care for four puppies. Her mother is reportedly a Great Pyrenees mix and dad is unknown. Since she has been in foster care, her foster home says that she is very confident and curious. She likes to follow her foster around the house and weigh in with her adorable little bark. She is in a foster home with dogs and a cat so she is familiar with the presence of other animals but a slow introduction to any resident pets is recommended. She also currently lives with a 6-year-old child. In foster care, she has kept her crate clean, sleeps through the night, and consistently uses potty pads. Her adoption fee is $600. The adoption fee includes their care, de-worming, microchip, spay, vaccines, fecal test, and preventatives up to the point of adoption. In addition to their adoption fee, there is a $150 Puppy Package fee that includes heartworm prevention and all vaccine boosters due up to 5 months of age when the boosters are done at Jewell Animal Hospital. The next step to adopt from Judy's Forgotten Jewells is to apply. To apply, visit our website and click the "Apply for Adoption" button on a specific pet's profile. See our adoptable pets and apply: https://judysforgottenjewells.com/view-our-adoptable-pets We adopt by scheduled and confirmed appointments only. We adopt on a first-approved, first-serve basis with a scheduled appointment, so it is important to apply and respond to our follow-up emails as quickly as possible. Puppies and kittens get adopted very quickly. Learn more about our adoption process here: https://judysforgottenjewells.com/adoption-process Questions? Please read our FAQ's here: https://judysforgottenjewells.com/f-a-q Contact us via email: judysforgottenjewellsSTL@gmail.com. Please note that sending an email about a pet is not the same as applying. You must apply to begin the adoption process. Our phone number is for our animal hospital so it is frequently busy. E-mail is the easiest way to communicate with the rescue if you have specific questions. Thank you!
We'll also keep you updated on Trudy's adoption status with email updates.
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Trudy

Great Pyrenees

Female, 2 mos
St. Louis, MO
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats,
Story
This is Trudy. We believe that she is a 9-week-old Great Pyrenees mix. Trudy came to Judy's Forgotten Jewells on June 3rd. She was surrendered with her littermates by her owner because her owner could not afford to care for four puppies. Her mother is reportedly a Great Pyrenees mix and dad is unknown. Since she has been in foster care, her foster home says that she is a little shy and loves to nap. She will wake up from her nap, play for 10 minutes and go right back to sleep or demand some cuddles. Sounds like a future couch potato! She is in a foster home with dogs and a cat so she is familiar with the presence of other animals but a slow introduction to any resident pets is recommended. She also currently lives with a 6-year-old child. In foster care, she has kept her crate clean, sleeps through the night, and consistently uses potty pads. Her adoption fee is $600. The adoption fee includes their care, de-worming, microchip, spay, vaccines, fecal test, and preventatives up to the point of adoption. In addition to their adoption fee, there is a $150 Puppy Package fee that includes heartworm prevention and all vaccine boosters due up to 5 months of age when the boosters are done at Jewell Animal Hospital. The next step to adopt from Judy's Forgotten Jewells is to apply. To apply, visit our website and click the "Apply for Adoption" button on a specific pet's profile. See our adoptable pets and apply: https://judysforgottenjewells.com/view-our-adoptable-pets We adopt by scheduled and confirmed appointments only. We adopt on a first-approved, first-serve basis with a scheduled appointment, so it is important to apply and respond to our follow-up emails as quickly as possible. Puppies and kittens get adopted very quickly. Learn more about our adoption process here: https://judysforgottenjewells.com/adoption-process Questions? Please read our FAQ's here: https://judysforgottenjewells.com/f-a-q Contact us via email: judysforgottenjewellsSTL@gmail.com. Please note that sending an email about a pet is not the same as applying. You must apply to begin the adoption process. Our phone number is for our animal hospital so it is frequently busy. E-mail is the easiest way to communicate with the rescue if you have specific questions. Thank you!

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4.9 miles

Hay Dude Critter Rescue - MO transport

St. Louis, MO 63111

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4.9 miles

Hay Dude Critter Rescue - MO transport

St. Louis, MO 63111

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5.7 miles

CARE STL

2700 Walnut Place, St. Louis, MO 63103

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, rabbits, small animals

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7.4 miles

Judy's Forgotten Jewells

6400 Chippewa St, St. Louis, MO 63109

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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7.4 miles

Judy's Forgotten Jewells

6400 Chippewa St, St. Louis, MO 63109

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Rescue

7.4 miles

Judy's Forgotten Jewells

6400 Chippewa St, St. Louis, MO 63109

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7.4 miles

Judy's Forgotten Jewells

6400 Chippewa St, St. Louis, MO 63109

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8.6 miles

Helping Strays of Monroe County

4221 Hanover Rd., Columbia, IL 62236

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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10.8 miles

Animal Protective Association of Missouri

1705 South Hanley Road, St. Louis, MO 63144

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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18.4 miles

Gods Dogs Rescue of TX for St Louis Transport Stop

St Louis, MO 63146

Pet Types: dogs

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