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

Great Pyrenees

Female, 1 yr 3 mos
Tacoma, WA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Yuna! She is an adorable 70lb Anatolian Shepherd/Pyrenees mix who would make the perfect companion on all of your adventures. She is already housebroken, knows sit, down, paw, wait, and while the crate is not her favorite place in the world (she would rather be on her dog bed near you) she will go in when needed. Yuna LOVES hiking and adventuring with her humans. She is a sweet girl who is looking for someone to continue to grow her confidence and continue her training. She is E-Collar trained with off leash recall and would thrive in a home as the only dog. Unsure about children still (tiny cute humans confuse her). Curious about cats but unsure still. Her prior human has graciously offered to pay her adoption fee as well as include some training sessions with Pacific Northwest Canine in order to keep up on all of her skills! Come meet this amazing girl today.
We'll also keep you updated on Sophie's adoption status with email updates.
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Sophie

Great Pyrenees

Female, 2 yrs
Tacoma, WA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Sophie is such a good dog! She's a gentle and sweet companion who listens well and wants to be with her people. She is playful and fun, and gazes at you lovingly with her soulful eyes. She loves her food and her play, as well as cuddling up on a nice cool floor next to you and napping to keep you company. Sophie is a great walker on leash, listens well, and knows sit and wait (we're working on down and are getting there!). Sophie was found as a stray in Dallas, TX and was fostered lovingly there. She needs to be in a home with adults or older children.
We'll also keep you updated on Rambo's adoption status with email updates.
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Rambo

Great Pyrenees

Male, 1 yr
Renton, WA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Aberdeen Scottish Terrier Rescue is a registered 501(c)3 Web Site: www.aberdeenstr.com ***MUST SUBMIT APPLICATION before we will respond to email or phone inquiries. Thank You for your cooperation*** Please read listings fully to the end before applying for one of our beloved rescues. WE ARE NOT A SHELTER; WE ARE AN ALL-VOLUNTEER RESCUE WITH FULL-TIME JOBS. Please do not contact us to look at a dog. We will contact you once we have reviewed your completed application if we think your home might be a good fit. A reference check, phone interview, and home visit will be completed before meeting an adoptable dog. We work quickly. Please do not submit an application until you are ready to bring a new furry family member home. Expect your references to be contacted shortly after submitting your application. We adopt out to homes in WA state, but require that you are present for the meet and greet in Newcastle, WA. Our adoption fee is non-negotiable. The adoption fee is due on the day of adoption in the form of a check, Zelle, or cash. We no longer accept PayPal because of the percentage they take & their fees but if the potential adopter wants to pay the fees we will accept PayPal. Another very sad story. We got a call regarding a dog who needed help & they wanted to surrender this boy Rambo due to nothing he did wrong. As it happens the lady was calling because her nephew had bought this boy as a tiny puppy from someone here in WA state in Olympia & he had siblings too. We don’t know what come of the siblings. He had abandoned this innocent boy with his aunt & wasn’t coming back for him & let her know that. We organized for Rambo to be surrendered to the rescue & it was very clear that Rambo had been extremely well taken care of by the aunt but, she had not signed up for a dog let alone a Great Pyrenees puppy & had a very busy job & he was being left alone all the time. Let’s face it, this boy was no longer the tiny puppy, but he had turned into a massive beautiful boy at 7 months of age & was still growing. Rambo is a major sweetheart, this boy is nothing but love & wants to be with people & loves their companionship. We have also discovered he likes dogs company & enjoys going on walks & is a good walker. He is very affectionate to & is very loyal to his people. He actually cried when the aunt left him & we ended up crying with his broken heart. Rambo is such a great eater & is not shy about eating & has not been since the day we got him & he has put on more weight in the rescue. He does know how to walk on his harness & leash & has been taught to walk on a slip lead. Rambo rides in the car well & considering the only times we know of was when he was surrendered to us & going to & from the vets. We are looking for a crate free home for this little lad only. We are looking for a crate free home for this boy, there is no need for him to spend his time in a crate. We are also looking for a forever home for Rambo where someone is home during the day or he can go with his people wherever possibly he can go with them. When they find someone who treats them as they should be treated & loves them they get so attached to them. Rambo is looking for a forever home who will cherish him & love him as he should be loved & be patient with him & never give up on him. Rambo has been around many breeds of dogs all shapes & sizes. Rambo could be an only dog but does well with other dogs & enjoys their company. A fully fenced yard is mandatory for his new forever home. Rambo is roughly 55.8 lbs & he is ‭7 months old & a Great Pyrenees‬. What he is mixed with we are not sure, male, he is neutered by laser by our wonderful vets, he is microchipped, received all of his shots, including DHLPP, Bordatella, rabies & dewormed. Rambo has not been around cats since being in the rescue, but it’s always up to the new family to be responsible with their animals together & we have had her around small children & he has done amazing but we do do not recommend small children nor cats though & it’s always up to the family to be responsible with their children & cats. We were not there when Rambo was conceived so we do not know who his parents were & it’s always up to the new potential family to look at the pictures & decide what they think his breed is. As with all of our rescues & Rambo’s friends & siblings he will need work on potty training & training, so this should be something the new family would be willing to work on & commit to. Please do not submit an application if you are not willing to commit to one of our rescues care for their whole life & that includes if they need training. Please do not email us asking is Rambo potty trained or available, nor do we ship dogs anywhere as we will not respond. We would never say anyone of our rescues are potty trained. Our rescues need homes where the people are understanding of their past & what they have been through & what they will need in their daily lives & not willing to give up on them & if they do need training in their new home will in fact take them to training & not just say they will when applying. Please only submit an application if you are truly interested in adopting Rambo & going through our process and have read his listing fully to the end & are wanting to adopt. If you are not responsive to our calls, emails or your references do not respond we will move on. Or you waste this rescues time, will remove your application from our system. You must be willing to go through our screening process which includes your references being checked, a phone interview & a virtual home visit via WebEx or Zoom due to covid & followed by a meet & greet & if it’s a good fit, up to our discretion. We will only be accepting applications for Rambo who understands his needs & that meet all the requirements for the special sweet little chap. Once we find the right home for each little soul we work fast, within days so the dogs can go to their forever homes in quite a timely manner. We do not hold onto dogs for people as our goal is to save lives & please do not submit an application if you are not ready to adopt. We also cannot respond to every application unfortunately. Rambo has an adoption fee of $995 & is ready for his truly loving forever home & compassion & understanding of what he has been through.
We'll also keep you updated on Nana's adoption status with email updates.
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Nana

Great Pyrenees Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Olympia, WA
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
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Meet Nana the 87lb 2 year old Pyrenees with potential!! Step-by-Step Guide to Transforming Your Life with the Perfect Pup Step 1: Assess the Potential Meet your raw material: this stunning 1-year-old Great Pyrenees with a unique brown and black coat. Like any good project, it all starts with recognizing the potential. Despite a tough beginning, this beautiful dog is ready to become the centerpiece of your home. Step 2: Gather Your Tools To begin, you'll need patience, love, and consistency. This under-socialized Pyrenees needs someone who can provide stability and a gentle touch. Just like any DIY project, the right tools make all the difference. Step 3: Build a Foundation Establish trust and security. Spend quality time together, ensuring they feel safe and loved. This is the foundation upon which a strong bond will be built. Step 4: Reinforce with Training Start with basic training to give your new friend a sense of structure and confidence. Positive reinforcement is key - think of it as the nails holding your project together. Step 5: Add the Finishing Touches This is where your patience pays off. With love and care, this Great Pyrenees will blossom, showcasing their amazing personality. Enjoy the unique beauty and charm they bring to your life. Step 6: Enjoy the Finished Product A well-socialized, loving, and loyal companion who's ready to be part of your forever home. Admire your handiwork and enjoy the countless moments of joy and companionship. Bonus Tips: Regular grooming will keep their beautiful coat looking its best. Be prepared for a dog that's enthusiastic about outdoor adventures - they love space to roam. Continue with positive reinforcement to keep reinforcing good behavior. Adopt this Great Pyrenees and embark on a rewarding DIY journey of transformation and love! With patience and dedication, you'll have not just a pet, but a lifelong friend. Get ready to create something beautiful together - adopt today and start your project! The dog adoption fee is $90. They come spayed/neutered, microchipped, first set of vaccines including DHPP (parvo combo), Bordatella (kennel cough), and Strongid (wormer).Our website updates every hour, but some animals may be adopted faster than we can get them updated online.If you'd like to check on the status of an animal, please call us at 360-352-2510. This is especially important if you are viewing this animal on any site other than Animal Services' website.
We'll also keep you updated on Dudley's adoption status with email updates.
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Dudley

Great Pyrenees Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Olympia, WA
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
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Story
Meet Dudley the 83lb 1 year old Pyrenees with potential!! Step-by-Step Guide to Transforming Your Life with the Perfect PupStep 1: Assess the PotentialMeet your raw material: this stunning 1-year-old Great Pyrenees with a unique brown and black coat. Like any good project, it all starts with recognizing the potential. Despite a tough beginning, this beautiful dog is ready to become the centerpiece of your home.Step 2: Gather Your ToolsTo begin, you'll need patience, love, and consistency. This under-socialized Pyrenees needs someone who can provide stability and a gentle touch. Just like any DIY project, the right tools make all the difference.Step 3: Build a FoundationEstablish trust and security. Spend quality time together, ensuring they feel safe and loved. This is the foundation upon which a strong bond will be built.Step 4: Reinforce with TrainingStart with basic training to give your new friend a sense of structure and confidence. Positive reinforcement is key - think of it as the nails holding your project together.Step 5: Add the Finishing TouchesThis is where your patience pays off. With love and care, this Great Pyrenees will blossom, showcasing their amazing personality. Enjoy the unique beauty and charm they bring to your life.Step 6: Enjoy the Finished ProductA well-socialized, loving, and loyal companion who's ready to be part of your forever home. Admire your handiwork and enjoy the countless moments of joy and companionship.Bonus Tips:Regular grooming will keep their beautiful coat looking its best.Be prepared for a dog that's enthusiastic about outdoor adventures - they love space to roam.Continue with positive reinforcement to keep reinforcing good behavior.Adopt this Great Pyrenees and embark on a rewarding DIY journey of transformation and love. With patience and dedication, you'll have not just a pet, but a lifelong friend.Get ready to create something beautiful together - adopt today and start your project!The dog adoption fee is $90. They come spayed/neutered, microchipped, first set of vaccines including DHPP (parvo combo), Bordatella (kennel cough), and Strongid (wormer).Our website updates every hour, but some animals may be adopted faster than we can get them updated online.If you'd like to check on the status of an animal, please call us at 360-352-2510. This is especially important if you are viewing this animal on any site other than Animal Services' website.
We'll also keep you updated on Tutu's adoption status with email updates.
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Tutu

Great Pyrenees

Female, Adult
Seattle, WA
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
We agreed to foster Tutu (who is now 3) for my coworkers friend who was diagnosed with cancer and was undergoing treatment so understandably she felt she couldnt care for Tutu. It was supposed to be for a year max, but she had to leave the country for better treatment so Tutu now needs a permanent home. Tutu is a very sweet dog and deserves a great forever home - shes just had bad luck. The only issue is that we weren't ready to take on another dog full time, but if we didn't already have so many animals in the house, we would be happy to keep her. Otherwise, she's a little cuddle bug and is extremely well-behaved. Her previous owner even taught her not to lick which is just crazy. She just chills around the house, enjoys a good walk, and absolutely loves to play fetch. Great around kids and people. Plus she's so cute - how could you not?

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8.4 miles

Wet Noses Foster Paws

411 Fawcett Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402

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21.7 miles

Aberdeen Scottish Terrier Rescue

PO Box 3257, Renton, WA 98056

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28.7 miles

Joint Animal Services

3120 Martin Way, Olympia, WA 98506

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

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28.9 miles

Seattle Humane

13212 SE Eastgate Way, BELLEVUE, WA 98005

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28.9 miles

Seattle Humane - Foster Program

13212 SE Eastgate Way, BELLEVUE, WA 98005

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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29.9 miles

Cowboy Capital Pet Assistance League - WA transport

600 Summit Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102

Pet Types: dogs

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35.9 miles

Chenny's Happy Tails- Seattle

Kirkland, WA 98034

Pet Types: dogs

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Rescue

38.5 miles

Charming Pet Rescue-WA Transport Stop

Bothell, WA 98011

Pet Types: dogs

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40.9 miles

Dog Gone Seattle

Bothell, WA 98021

Pet Types: dogs

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40.9 miles

Hay Dude Critter Rescue - WA transport

Bothell, WA 98021

Pet Types: dogs, farm animals, horses

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