If you can foster a Pyr, we need your help!
Would you like to experience the joy of having a Great Pyr in your life? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a Great Pyr? Those of us who have owned one will tell you there is no other dog like it.
Maybe you have owned a Pyr and would like another, but are unable to do so on a full time basis.
Maybe you are considering adopting but are not sure and would like some flexibility in making your final decision.
If you would like to foster, we can help you.
What a great question! When you provide a foster home for a Pyr you provide the magic ingredient that makes rescue, rehabilitation and permanent placement of every rescued Great Pyr possible.
We are an all volunteer club and our resources are limited. We do not have buildings equipped to house rescued and surrendered Great Pyrs. But we do have an ongoing need to house rescued Pyrs until we find permanent forever homes for them.
And that is where you, our foster families, provide the magic ingredient to allow us to save more Great Pyrs. You see, without foster homes to provide temporary shelter for rescued Great Pyrs, we would have no capacity to rescue and house these beautiful dogs while we find their forever homes.
Please consider it. It could be the experience of a lifetime or the re-experience of a lifetime. Imagine the feeling of knowing that you have helped one of these beautiful creatures! Imagine the new possibilities it could open for you!
Imagine what happens to these beautiful dogs when no home can be found.
All it takes to make a difference is to place yourself on our list of possible Foster Homes. We will not impose. We will do it on your schedule. It is that important to us and to our Pyrs in need.
To enable us to make the best selection of available Pyrs for you, we ask that you provide information to us through the use of our Adoption-Foster Application Form which follows.
Don't forget to complete your application before you leave our Foster a Pyr page.
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Jun 21, 18 05:50 AM
Is it normal for a GP puppy who has bladder infection and given antibiotics by the vet to not want to leave his crate? Is it normal for him to be so lethargic?
Jun 14, 18 06:04 AM
We have had Kaiser Allen since he was 8 weeks old. He and I bonded instantly and intensely. He is perfect with my kids, rescue Beagle, and cats. Allen
Jun 13, 18 05:58 AM
We rescued a great Pyrenees on our own... he's had a lot of medical problems, and we've just got his weight up, but I think he's developing a heat rash.
Jun 11, 18 05:59 AM
My wife and I bought a Pyrenees at 8 months old, and from day one has been afraid of people especially men. we have tried sitting close to him and talk
Jun 10, 18 01:33 PM
I had a GP dumped last year in June on our property and she came up with the horses after 3 days. Been inside dog every since - too hot in Texas for outside
Jun 08, 18 06:57 AM
I got my Great Pyrenees about 2 months ago, and I decieed hat it was time for her to go in the same pen as my goats. She has been doing fine, but tonight
Jun 05, 18 05:23 PM
What do they eat when they are in the mountains with their flock and left alone? This is Murfie at 8 weeks and 10 months. Sorry for the error.
Jun 05, 18 06:18 AM
My mother's GP is 2 1/2years old has yet to shed her undercoat.She has owned GP's before so she knows they shed twice a year. Just wanted to know if this