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Great Pyrenees puppies and dogs in Salem, Indiana

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NOODLE

Great Pyrenees

Male, Adult
LaGrange, KY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
NOODLE is a one-and-a-half-year-old male Great Pyrenees. He's on the small size for the breed, weighing in at 70 lbs. He was born without an eye, and, while he has the other, he cannot see. Important to note he was born this way, so its always been his normal. He was surrendered to us when his family found it too much to accommodate him. He has the best temperament and will make a wonderful companion. While his lack of sight makes him a special needs pet, you would be amazed at how well a blind dog can navigate his surroundings. He's currently in a great foster home, and he's doing great! He's wonderful with children. He's very affectionate and friendly. He plays nicely with young female dogs and would easily enjoy another dog's company. There are a couple of MUSTS: 1. Noodle must have a good fenced-in yard and never allowed the chance to get loose. The yard must be free of hazards - terraced walls, too many trees, fire pits - things he could "fall" from/into or be unable to find away around. 2. A home that remains "predictable" for the dog. Home environment where everything is in its place. Dogs have a very keen sense of smell, and Noodle is already very adept at using his nose to navigate. In time, you'll find he'll hardly ever bumps into anything. He can go up and down stairs, and he'll get to know where the trees are in the backyard.; f interested in adopting him, our process begins with submission of OUR online application which can be found at www.adoptembluegrasspetrescue.com. Meets will be set with approved applicants only. Thank you!
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Freya

Great Pyrenees Great Dane

Female, Adult
Prospect, KY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
She is very loving with our family of 6. She gets along with our cat. She plays well with my oldest daughter's dog. She is very protective of our family. She loves to run,
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Lady Catherine

Great Pyrenees

Female, 1 mo
Louisville, KY
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
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Story
Lady Catherine is one of Winter's 10 puppies born Jan 22! We know that these puppie's momma Winter, is a Great Pyrenees, but we do not have any idea what the daddy's breed is, as there were multiple breeds rescued and roaming this property. When they are ready to go to their forever families, Winter's puppies will be looking for a home that abides by the GRRAND puppy guidelines: Puppies are a lot of work, and if you are interested in a GRRAND puppy and have children, PLEASE SEE THE ADOPTION FAQs section of the website for more detailed info. GRRAND policies stipulate a few important things that may stop you from applying, and here are 2 big ones- A: GRRAND will NOT place a puppy under the age of 6 months with families with children under 6 yrs old  B: Any applicant with children under the age of 16, will require a home with direct access to a securely fenced yard... meaning direct access to the yard from the home… so this means no apartments or condos.  As with all puppies, they will need a home where someone is home most of the time as they need to be fed regularly, and let to go outside consistently and constantly ALL DAY LONG so potty training can be a breeze. They will be looking for a home with a fenced in yard and a family with LOTS of time and patience to socialize and work with a puppy so they can grow up to be good pups! ***Exercise and direction are a must as a tired puppy is a good puppy!! It is a lot of fun, but it is a lot of work, and if you don't have the time, an active and non-stop playful puppy may not be for you!  Families must understand there needs to be constant supervision as children of all ages need to learn to respect an animal and puppies, and need to be taught boundaries. We are excited these pups will get to know what a nice soft bed, in a warm and cozy home with a loving family is all about!  Applicants should also expect Winter's puppies to possibly be big, and you should be prepared for that sweet and independent Great Pyrenees personality... to know the Great Pyr breed is to love them, but they are not Goldens, and we suggest you do some research on this beautiful breed before applying! He will need a secure above ground fenced yard as Great Pyrs love to be in their yard to protect and patrol, and this happens best when they are in a secure space!  We will update as we learn more about these cuties, but if you are interested in meeting them, they are in a foster home waiting for you! Please fill out an application at GRRAND.org ##1944341##
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Joker aka Joey

Great Pyrenees

Male, 8 mos
Louisville, KY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs,
Story
This guy... he has blossomed in his foster home! UPDATE 2-27 on Joey from his foster family "He’s settling in nicely after just about a week with his foster family. His favorite thing to do is to pull all of his toys out and try and pick apart the soft toys. He doesn’t chew on anything he’s not supposed to, has had no accidents in the house, and walks well on a leash. His personality is starting to come out and he is so sweet, someone out there will be lucky to have him"! This is Joker-now AKA Joey... When this poor pup came to the kennel on August 2nd, 2023 he was 6 weeks old, and absolutely terrified. He came in with his 11 siblings, but was by far the most fearful. Since then he has been to two foster homes, but has not shown any progress with his socialization skills. He's now back at the kennel and the kennel team are spending a lot of time with this boy, showing him he can trust people, and putting loving hands on him. If you look at the pictures you will see that he won't look you in the face.  When he originally arrived at the kennel the vet gave him the name 'Joker'. We don't like that name, so at the kennel we now call him Joey! We've learned he loves to be with other dogs. He doesn't play much, but happily stands and watches them. He has shown no aggression, but will shy away when you go to pet him... he needs to learn to trust people and socialization skills with time.  'Joey' needs a loving, calm and most importantly, a patient home where someone is home more often than not, and who can spend time with him to help him build trust. He also needs another stable, sweet and confident dog who can help Joey build his own confidence from and who can show him the ropes. Interested applicants should expect Joey to be big, and you should be prepared for that sweet and independent Great Pyrenees personality... to know the Great Pyr breed is to love them, but they are not Goldens, and we suggest you do some research on this beautiful breed before applying! He will need a secure above ground fenced yard as Great Pyrs love to be in their yard to protect and patrol, and this happens best when they are in a secure space! Can you help this sweet, shy boy learn how to become a confident, happy dog? If interested in meeting Joey, please fill out an app at GRRAND.org ##1787643##
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Elsa

Great Pyrenees

Female, 1 yr 8 mos
Louisville, KY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs,
Story
Elsa delivered 9 healthy puppies on Feb 3! Stay tuned!!! Elsa came into rescue after wandering a rural county for a couple of months. We are told she might be around 2 years of age. She is in a foster home and we are told "She has had puppies in the past and has a double scar on her left ankle which looks like a surgery scar, but this doesn’t affect her mobility. She appears to be a purebred Pyr with the typical Pyr temperament: sweet and calm. Elsa loves to bury her head in someone’s lap to get pets! No cats or kids in my house and I have not yet mixed her with my other dogs due to her injury and the need to let it heal. She has been non reactive to them so I think she will be fine. I do know she is the most voracious eater of any Pyr I have ever seen and I have fostered over 80 of them! Her appetite is ravenous. Usually Pyrs are picky eaters who eat well one day then don’t eat the next, but this could be because she was a stray for a few months, and fending for herself... Elsa is looking for a home with a fenced in yard (she is fine with a 4 ft fence), as the Great Pyrenees breed love nothing more than to hang out in the yard, patrol a little here and there and watch the world go by. If you are a Great Pyrenees lover, you will know their delightful stubborness is what makes them so fun and challenging just the same!! If you are not familiar with the wonderful LGD breed, we suggest you do some research on them before applying as to know the Great Pyr is to love the Great Pyr! So, some things about Elsa... she differs from a Pyr in four areas: She is not a big barker, as noted above, she is not a picky eater, she is treat motivated and she immediately comes inside when called! IF you know the Great Pyr, these are four areas of BIG Pyr difference! Elsa has had some training. She knows how to sit and will automatically give her paw when sitting. When she wants to come inside, she lays down or sits by the door and calmly waits for it to open.  We are still learning about Elsa from her foster mom, so please check back later for more info, but if you would like to meet this sweet girl, please fill out an app at GRRAND.org   ##1911112##
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Earl

Great Pyrenees

Male,
Louisville, KY
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Good with dogs,
Story
This is Earl, and he is one of Elsa's puppies born February 4th.  These puppies are mixed breed, with the mom being a Great Pyrenees.  Elsa's puppies will be looking for a home that abides by the GRRAND puppy guidelines: Puppies are a lot of work, and if you are interested in a GRRAND puppy and have children, PLEASE SEE THE ADOPTION FAQs section of the website for more detailed info. GRRAND policies stipulate a few important things that may stop you from applying, and here are 2 big ones- A: GRRAND will NOT place a puppy under the age of 6 months with families with children under 6 yrs old  B: Any applicant with children under the age of 16, will require a home with direct access to a securely fenced yard... meaning direct access to the yard from the home… so this means no apartments or condos.  As with all puppies, they will need a home where someone is home most of the time as they need to be fed regularly, and let to go outside consistently and constantly ALL DAY LONG so potty training can be a breeze. They will be looking for a home with a fenced in yard and a family with LOTS of time and patience to socialize and work with a puppy so they can grow up to be good pups! ***Exercise and direction are a must as a tired puppy is a good puppy!! It is a lot of fun, but it is a lot of work, and if you don't have the time, an active and non-stop playful puppy may not be for you!  Families must understand there needs to be constant supervision as children of all ages need to learn to respect an animal and puppies, and need to be taught boundaries. We are excited these pups will get to know what a nice soft bed, in a warm and cozy home with a loving family is all about! We will update as we learn more about these cuties, but if you are interested in meeting them, they are in a foster home waiting for you! Please fill out an application at GRRAND.org ##1983323##

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