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Before we go any further, let's make sure that we direct you to the area that best suits your needs. There's no point in getting lost now, is there?

If you have seen a Great Pyr rescue that you want to adopt and you have already completed our Adoption Form, please contact us by using the form below.

If you are interested in adopting a Great Pyrenees Rescue, either by providing a temporary foster home or by adopting one of these beautiful dogs into your home forever, please visit our Adoption Area.

If you are in the sad and desperate situation of having to give up your dog because of any reason, we can help. All you have to do is visit our Surrender Area.

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Breaking News

  1. Mia and Spy - Foster home needed

    Mar 24, 17 01:56 PM

    We are looking for a foster home for Mia and Spy. They are five years old. Mia is the all white one. Spy has the dark face. They were adopted at 10 months

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  2. Weight of Pyr

    Mar 24, 17 11:17 AM

    How heavy are full grown pyrenees

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  3. My great Pyrenees

    Mar 22, 17 05:49 AM

    I just got a 2yr old great Pyrenees yesterday and we've noticed that when she eats her food she will start whimpering like in pain and walk away whimpering.

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  4. Should you allow a female in heat roam the pasture

    Mar 21, 17 11:26 AM

    We have a Pyrenees female, 11 months old and it’s her first time in heat. We just got her so she is still getting used to the new surroundings and livestock

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  5. Best way to check for lumps on GP

    Mar 19, 17 04:46 PM

    Great Pyrs sure are furry! Ours is about 3 years old and a rescue. I really can't figure out a good way to check for lumps and bumps. Any suggestions?

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  6. Milo is my buddy

    Mar 19, 17 04:44 PM

    He's my very very best friend . Milo when we got him was on guard all the time and not much my friend . And now he is my buddy. We've had him my very

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  7. Milo was a runt

    Mar 19, 17 07:50 AM

    Milo 1/2 pyr part St. Bernard and smidge white lab . We are his third family he is 2 years and two months old we got him when he was 18 months old.

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  8. Milo was taught before I got him

    Mar 16, 17 07:00 PM

    Milo part great pyr part St. Bernard and smidge white lab . Arge 2 years two months. We got him when he was 18 months . We are his third family When I

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