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Duke

Great Pyrenees

Male, Young
Prague, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
PLEASE SCROLL ALL THE WAY DOWN FOR ANIMAL  INFORMATION BEFORE E MAILING     1st **READ DOGS BIO FULLY    2nd  get permission from whoever you need too  3rd  Figure out if you can come pick the dog up tomorrow. I  do NOT hold dogs. We are 1 hour from Okc or Tulsa, 8-5 BY APPOINTMENT 4th  FILL OUT APPLICATION at this link    https://form.jotform.com/193595080362159    DO NOT e mail me Via the PETFINDER button I do not get them.    All  pets are spayed/neutered, come with current rabies certification and tags, are up to date with other vaccinations, microchipped have tested negative for HW and are wormed every 4 weeks while here.      big goofy boy just young around a yr old neutered shots HW neg $75  https://form.jotform.com/193595080362159 PLEASE! DO NOT APPLY UNTIL THE DAY BEFORE YOU CAN PICK THE DOG UP!!! or it will likely be adopted before you get here IF YOU ARE SEEING IT, IT IS AVAILABLE !. My site is updated daily.  All dogs carry an adoption fee which helps to pay for deworming, flea control, spay/neuter, HW test vaccinations and to fix any ailments they may have. The fee is usually less than the vet work they have had. Thank You for considering adoption. Once approved and an appointment set, I will send directions SORRY I DO NOT SHIP DOGS FOR THE SAFETY AND COMFORT OF MY DOGS I DO REQUIRE ALL DOGS IN THE HOME BE SPAYED AND NEUTERED!   July 22, 2024, 5:07 pm
We'll also keep you updated on Tucker's adoption status with email updates.
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Tucker

Great Pyrenees Anatolian Shepherd

Male, Young
Jones, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Tucker is a sweet, 16 month old pup. We got him as a puppy raised on a farm to guard our goats. However, he finds the guinea fowl to be fun to play with, too, so we cannot keep him. We are not home enough to do the work to train him to leave the guineas alone. Since he’s meant to be a guard dog, he’s not been house trained. He’s an outdoor farm dog that LOVES to be loved on by people and would be fine with livestock, but just not poultry.
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Arthur

Great Pyrenees

Male, 2 mos
Tulsa, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats,
Story
This chunkie monkie is Arthur and he's as smart as he is cute! Arthur is a 10 week old Great Pyrenees mix male. He's super loveable and playful, and so darn adorable! He's full of personality and never short on kisses! He loves to play in water, hanging out with his dog buddies, and cuddling with his people. Arthur is crate training, house training and learning all his indoor manners. Arthur is looking for a home where he'll be part of the family as he loves being with his people. He would be fine as a single dog or with other pets. Arthur will be ready to join his furever family once he's completed his vaccines and neuter, which is approx the end of July. If you are in Tulsa or OKC area we can possibly do an immediate adoption with the arrangement that the family takes him to our vet appts. To apply for adoption please complete the adoption application at www.nationalpyr.org Out of state adopters are welcome, but please be prepare to travel to Tulsa to complete the adoption as we don't transport dogs.
We'll also keep you updated on Pepa's adoption status with email updates.
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Pepa

Great Pyrenees Golden Retriever

Female, 2 yrs 2 mos
Tulsa, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Hello, I'm Pepa, a 2-year-old, 77lb female Great Pyrenees/Golden Retriever mix. I am from the 2022 Encanto Litter, and my journey since being adopted nearly two years ago has been quite eventful, though not all of it has been positive. I wanted to give you a heads up that there are some photos at the end of my photoshoot that might be difficult to look at, so please be mindful when viewing them. My journey has been a blur of pain and confusion. Until December of last year, everything seemed relatively normal to PPFT in regard to my adoption. Then, out of the blue, my owner reached out about surrendering me due to weak spots in the yard that let me escape and she was concerned I would get hurt. Despite asking for a surrender form, PPFT heard nothing back. It wasn't until weeks later that my owner finally submitted the form, prompting PPFT to find me a foster and plan my return to rescue. However, my owner was unresponsive and often canceled plans. Eventually, she vanished, ignoring all attempts to contact her. Months later, I resurfaced in a distant city up for rehoming by a different family, but it was no coincidence. It turned out that my owner had intentionally bypassed the rescue's policies and rehomed me through a pet site, fully aware that PPFT was diligently working to welcome me back into their program. This new family couldn't keep me, leading PPFT to find me again and I cannot even start to thank them for their kindness in helping me get back to rescue after they found out I was one of their alumni. My coat was a mess and I had what looked like several hotspots on my body when I entered my foster home. I underwent treatment at the vet and they shaved off my matted fur, revealing the extent of my suffering (see attached photos). My body was a landscape of painful sores, The vet discovered that I had Pyoderma, a condition where pus accumulates in the skin due to a severe bacterial infection, had ravaged me. This infection had been left untreated for who knows how long, allowing it to spread and cause untold suffering. It wasn't just external; the vet suspected that internal organs were at risk due to the infection's severity so we definitely caught it just in time. It was so bad that the lightest touch would make me jump and run off, a sign of the intense pain I endured. Along with that, I was infested with fleas and ticks that were living in the mess that was my body, had hookworms&whipworms, and was underweight. The pain was constant, making me forget how to even be a dog. But now, with care and love, I'm healing. The photos show my journey from agony to recovery, and I'm eager for a fresh start, leaving this nightmare far behind. Now, let's talk lifestyle preferences. I'm a balanced girl, like a well-mixed smoothie. I'm all for outings with my new family, especially strutting my stuff in public places. However, don't expect me to be the Energizer Bunny; I'm more of a laid-back diva who enjoys the spotlight in moderation. Getting into the car is a bit of a production for me; I'll give it my best shot, but sometimes I need a little boost, like a canine version of a red carpet entrance. Once I'm in, though, I'm like a seasoned Hollywood star, a bit unsure but ready for the ride! On the leash, I'm cooperative but still refining my sidewalk etiquette – I might zigzag a bit to check out the neighborhood smells! Hiking? Count me in! I'm ready to explore the great outdoors like a furry trailblazer. My energy level is like a well-mixed cocktail – a splash of excitement, a dash of chill vibes, and a twist of goofiness. And toys? Oh, I'll play with them, but don't be surprised if I decide they're old news after a while. As for water, it's still a mystery to me—I haven't decided if I'm a doggy-paddle pro or a landlubber at heart! Meeting new people? Piece of cake! I might have a moment of "new person jitters," but if the other dogs are making friends, you bet I'll join the welcoming committee! And about jumping on people? Well, I try to keep my paws on the ground, but sometimes my enthusiasm just can't be contained! It's all part of my charm, right? When it comes to other dogs, I do great! They've been my furry therapists, helping me shed my past woes and embrace the carefree pup within. Playing chase, sharing toys, and swapping doggy tales—count me in! Cats? Oh, they're like the mysterious neighbors I see but never bother. We coexist peacefully, with me giving them the occasional curious sniff. Kids? Well, the tiny humans can be a bit overwhelming, especially if they're all zooming around like little rockets. But give me some older kids who get that I've had a ruff time, and we'll be trading secrets and sharing snacks in no time. When it comes to house manners, I'm like the canine version of Martha Stewart—polished, well-behaved, and ready to impress! Apartments? Sure, why not? As long as my family's home enough to keep up with my energy, I'll make any space feel like a doggy paradise. Potty training? Check! I've got my bathroom routine down pat. Kennel trained? Nah, I'm more of a free spirit who prefers the luxury of roaming the house. Plus, who needs a kennel when you've got comfy couches and cozy beds? Chewing on things? Not my style, but my foster home is like a doggy-proof fortress just in case I get curious. Barking? I'm more of a supportive barker—if my furry pals start the chorus, I'll chime in for moral support. But mostly, I'm a chill pup who saves her woofs for special occasions. Free roam of the house? Absolutely! I'm like the house-sitter of your dreams, keeping things tidy and entertained, especially with my furry squad for company when the humans are away. So, who's ready to embark on this pawsome journey with me? Whether it's exploring new places, cuddling up for movie nights, or just enjoying the simple pleasures of life, I'm eager to share it all with my forever family. Let's wag our way into happiness together! 📍 Pickup Location: Kiowa, OK 📝 Adoption App: https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/hx000BP7nbQvjHX49Uur80FV3
We'll also keep you updated on Cowboy Hank's adoption status with email updates.
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Cowboy Hank

Great Pyrenees

Male, 4 mos
Tulsa, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Saddle up and meet Cowboy Hank, the most adorable pup on this side of the Mississippi. At just 12 weeks old and weighing in at a whopping 12 pounds, this little buckaroo is ready to rustle up some love and laughter in his forever home. Every pup has an origin story, and this is his. Cowboy Hank, along with his sister Mollie Mae, were found abandoned on the streets. These two little bandits were in pretty rough shape, suffering from two different types of mange, full of worms, and skinnier than a tumbleweed. Thankfully, a kind soul discovered them and reached out to us for help. Now, after some much-needed TLC, Cowboy Hank is back on his paws and ready to find his 'pyrfect' family. While Hank’s ancestors were busy protecting sheep from wolves, Hank is more likely to protect your heart from loneliness. He's got the bravery of a seasoned sheriff and the fluffiness of a cotton candy cloud—quite the combination! With medium puppy energy, Cowboy Hank strikes the perfect balance between playful and cuddly. He’s up for a game of fetch or a lazy afternoon nap. And don't let his size fool you; he’s destined to grow into a majestic, gentle giant with paws the size of Texas! With medium puppy energy, Cowboy Hank strikes the perfect balance between playful and cuddly. He’s up for a romp with his favorite toys or a lazy afternoon nap that will make you jealous of his napping skills. Fetch might not be his game—he's more of a "you threw it, you fetch it" kind of guy—but he’ll happily entertain himself (and you) with his toys, putting on a one-pup show that could rival any comedy act. And when it comes to water, he’s more of a land lover—no swimmin’ for this cowboy! If you ever see him near water, you might catch him giving it the stink eye and slowly backing away. This little cowboy needs a hand getting into the car because he’s just a pup and too small to make the leap on his own. However, once he's in, he’ll play for a bit before settling down for a relaxing ride, often looking out the window with an expression that says he's contemplating the meaning of life (or maybe just wondering if there are snacks involved). He’s a budding adventurer who’d thrive with an active family ready to take him on hikes and new explorations, though he might need a boost over any logs or big rocks—his short legs aren't made for mountaineering! Hank’s still working on his leash skills, so he hasn’t been on many walks yet, but he’s eager to learn and loves the idea of exploring the great outdoors. Just be prepared for some zig-zagging and sudden stops as he figures out that the leash isn’t a chew toy or a snake out to get him. Cowboy Hank's social skills rival those of a seasoned politician shaking hands at a county fair. His friendly demeanor is so infectious that even the grumpiest old timer at the saloon can't resist cracking a smile when Hank waltzes in. When it comes to meeting other dogs, Hank starts off a bit like a tumbleweed in a high wind—hesitant and cautious. But give him a minute, and he's chasing his tail with the best of them, forming impromptu doggy posses faster than you can say "yeehaw!" Now, Hank hasn't exactly had a run-in with a feline critter yet, but judging by his laid-back attitude, we reckon he'd greet a cat with a tip of his cowboy hat and a polite "howdy." Who knows, maybe they'd end up sharing a sunbeam for an afternoon siesta. And when it comes to kids, well, let's just say Hank's got more patience than a cowboy at a slow cattle drive. He'll happily trot alongside them, playing cowboy and outlaw or rounding up imaginary cattle with the enthusiasm of a rookie ranch hand. When it comes to potty training, Cowboy Hank is a bit like a tumbleweed in the wind—sometimes he hits the mark, other times he's just wandering. But fear not, with a little patience and a whole lot of treats, he'll be wrangling bathroom breaks like a seasoned ranch hand in no time. As for kennel training, well, let's just say Cowboy Hank is still figuring out that a crate isn't the same as a bunkhouse. And when it comes to chew toys, Cowboy Hank knows the difference between his rope and your favorite boots—though he might sneak a nibble if he's feeling particularly rebellious. Just keep those squeaky toys handy, and he'll be too busy playing the day away to cause any trouble. But beware, this pup's got a voice that could startle a coyote at midnight, and he's not afraid to use it. Whether it's barking at the mailman or singing along to his favorite country tunes, Cowboy Hank believes every woof is justified—even if you might disagree. So, if you're ready to add a touch of frontier flair to your life, consider adopting Cowboy Hank. With his love for life, unwavering loyalty, and knack for entertaining, he'll turn your living space into the best little hoedown this side of the Mississippi. Just remember, adopting Cowboy Hank means signing up for a lifetime of adventures, laughs, and maybe even a few tall tales. So saddle up and mosey on down to the shelter today—Cowboy Hank is waiting to lasso your heart! 🤠 📍 Pickup Location: Hutchinson, KS 📝 Adoption App: https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/hx000BP7nbQvjHX49Uur80FV3
We'll also keep you updated on Navy Wigglebutt's adoption status with email updates.
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Navy Wigglebutt

Great Pyrenees

Male, 6 mos
Tulsa, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Navy Wigglebutt's Story -Written by Navy Wigglebutt, a 5-month-old, 40lb male Great Pyrenees/Husky mix. 📍 Pickup Location: Skiatook, OK 📝 Adoption App: https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/hx000BP7nbQvjHX49Uur80FV3 ----------------------------------------------------------------------- I have never had a home before. Kind of crazy right? I have been around for almost half a year and have never truly had a place to call my own. Heck, I didn't even have a name up until a few months ago. How is that even possible you ask? Well, I was part of yet another unwanted litter in Oklahoma. My owners didn't want me or my siblings and figured the best way to get rid of us, was to dump us somewhere. We ended up being picked up and entered the shelter program. We served our stray hold uneventfully and then they transferred us to PPFT. We ended up landing in a pretty awesome foster home, so that is really nice. It just doesn't give that same feeling though that a forever home would. Can you imagine the feeling of security that comes with having a family? The feeling that they will be as loyal to you as you are to them? That they will love you forever and ever, no matter what? That you will always have a place by their side through thick and thin? At least, that is what I have heard that a forever family should be. I have yet to experience it but I sure hope my new family will be all that and more! Now, I am sure you are curious about my name...and if you didn't catch it above...my name is Navy Wigglebutt. I am part of the "Bean" litter and we thought adding Wigglebutt to the end of it would be quite fun. Plus, it is very true. I am quite the little wigglebutt. I love making new friends. It doesn't matter if they are kids, cats, or other dogs. I am a social butterfly through and through and always make the best impressions....or so I am told! I am eager to please and I just know that with some more guidance and training...you will soon have a pup on your hands that even your grandma will be doting over! Trust me, I just know that given the chance...I am going to steal the hearts of everyone I meet! It also helps that I have an amazing personality. I don't mean to toot my own horn or anything, but I am a pretty awesome pup. I will always be up for joining you on your adventures. Walks? Absolutely, as long as you don't mind continuing Count me in! I think it would be so cool to explore new places and scents. Public Places? Ummm...when can we start? What could be better than a walk and getting to make new friends all wrapped into one fun trip?! And if you prefer using the car to get you somewhere, no worries! I may not be big enough to get in on my own yet, but I am working on it...trust me! And once in, I will happily plop down in the backseat and just chill until it is time to get up and go again! This is probably the time to mention that while all the above would be awesome, it is not a necessity for me. I would be perfectly content living a more laid-back lifestyle at the house if my family had a big yard for me to romp around and play in. The real icing on the cake would be if they had other dogs and/or kids for me to play with! Heck, I can already imagine my family and I on a hot summer day, in the yard with the kids playing in the hose water and me joining in and running around with them in the water just having an amazing and wholesome time together. I really love to have fun and can easily keep up with my family, but I am also really good about chilling out and just hanging out with my people inside. I just know I would make an amazing homework buddy, a wonderful and cuddly friend to snuggle up to each night, and someone you can sneak your broccoli to under the table. Well, I haven't actually had broccoli yet but it can't be THAT bad right?! If I were to take a gander, I would think that you are really drawn to me at this point....as you should be(and I mean that in the least egotistical way possible). I am sure the biggest thing going around in your head right now is...how big will I be full grown? Well, I would love to answer that for you...but I just don't know. I know I know...you want me to give my best guess....it doesn't have to be exact but at least a ballpark range. That kinda sucks considering I am not even into fetch, I mean what good are balls if you always have to chase after them?! Back on track though, if I were to guess I think that I am going to be around 80lbs once fully grown. So, if that ends up being the case...there are a few things you should know. First, personal space will no longer be a thing. I won't allow it to be. If I want cuddles, you can bet I am going to still claim that spot in your lap. We can call it extreme cuddling...if you will! Second, I will soon realize that my body has become the prime blocking tool in getting you to stop mid-walk and give me some ear rubs before having to finagle(am I spelling this right...this is such a weird word but it sure is fun to say) your way around me. Lastly, a fur-free home will be a thing of the past. No longer will you have to worry about bare floors or plain clothes. You will soon have a house full of my glorious fur letting you know that my big ole fluffy self is always there for you! Apartment dwellers, how I would love to say we are a good match but alas I am looking for a home where I can stretch my legs, overlook my yard, and just get to enjoy the great outdoors. For my house dwellers...you are in for a treat! I am already potty trained... can we just take a minute to appreciate that you will be adopting a PUPPY that is already potty trained? Now, that doesn't mean you can go crazy and not let me out for like 6-8hrs +, I am good but I am not THAT good. ;) I am also kennel trained so while I believe I can soon earn my free-roam the house badge when you are gone, you can trust that I will be okay in my kennel until that time comes. Let's just not overdo it though okay? For those that have a doggie door, I am a pro at using one so no training is necessary on that front! Well..this is it folks. The moment I have been waiting for...are you going to be my forever? Are you going to make me yours and fill out an application for me at https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/hx000BP7nbQvjHX49Uur80FV3 *Please say yes, please say yes, please say yes* Once your application comes on, PPFT will send over more details about me and forward your app to my foster family for review. If everything still sounds like a match, PPFT will finish getting you all approved so you can meet and welcome me home!

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Prague, OK 74864

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Great Pyrenees Rescue of Oklahoma

P O Box 4192, Tulsa, OK 74159

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Pyr Paws and Fluffy Tails Rescue

Tulsa, OK 74137

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Animal Rescue Foundation

5201 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74147

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City of Tulsa Animal Welfare

3031 North Erie Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74115

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Route 66 Pet Rescue

Tulsa, OK 74115

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