Great Pyrenees Rescue - Evan

by Great Pyrenees Rescue Team
(Toronto area)

Great Pyrenees Rescue Evan

Great Pyrenees Rescue Evan

Great Pyrenees Rescue Evan
Great Pyrenees Rescue Evan
Great Pyrenees Rescue Evan
Great Pyrenees Rescue Evan

We are happy to report that Evan has found his forever home. We thank his new, adopting family for opening their home and their hearts to this beautiful boy.

When Evan came into care, like many Great Pyrenees rescues, he was not ready for adoption and required some care and time before he would be ready for his new forever home.

Here was his story when he first arrived... "Evan is a great big boy with a great big head." says Carol. "Very sweet, this big boy comes from Kentucky. He is not in great shape right now - he is so badly matted and his teeth so bad from poor nutrition he will need to be put under to be made gorgeous. Shortly this lucky boy will be strutting his stuff and wanting to meet you." As promised he is now strutting his stuff. Why not have him strut into your home?

Evan was in fact adopted, but was returned after a long time in his new home. There had been no real problems at all, until he and another male dog in the home had quite the argument. It may have been over the new, female puppy in the home. Although not universal, often it is better to have a male and a female, rather than two dogs of the same gender in the home.

For Evan, we would recommend he go into a home with a female dog, or by himself. As he was generally good with other dogs and good with this dog for months, it would be just actually living in the home with another male to be avoided, not all male dogs in general. This is a big, loving dog that would be a great addition to many, many homes.


If you would like more information on this wonderful, affectionate dog please contact Dr. Carol Graham at:


Home: (519) 853-3005 - please leave a message
Clinic: (519) 855-6439 - provide information to receptionist if Carol not available

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Update on Evan
by: May Marlow

October 2011 - Finds this wonderful boy sprawled out in front of the fire with his new best friend Mighty. He loves his walks and no longer does the cars passing by stop him dead in his tracks. There are no strangers to him and he has now become the official "attention" hog when company arrives, but the ultimate protector when things go bump in the night!!! If I had one complaint,it would be..."I'm not sure who snores the loudest? Evan or my husband?"

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