Great Pyrenees Rescue MIMU (Molly) Has Found A New Loving Home

Great Pyrenees rescue stories always need adoptions for happy endings. Here is Mimu's dog adoption story. Mimu has been placed and has a new name, Molly. Molly proved that she was not socialized enough when younger and as a result, she did not get along with other dogs.

She was briefly placed with a family with 2 dogs but she just could not fit in, even though she was a welcome addition. She was returned to Rescue but has now found a home with a couple with no dogs. She is doing nicely and it looks like she has found her forever home.

We thank our new adopting family for making Molly a part of their home and helping us with another successful dog adoption.

Read on to learn how Molly became a part of our dog adoption efforts.

Mimu was a 3 year old spayed female who came to us from a reservation where she was allowed to roam free. Mimu has a great personality and loves people.

Although she roamed in her previous life, she walks on lease very well and listens to commands. She appears very happy-go-lucky.

Mimu unfortunately is very territorial and does not like other dogs. She becomes aggressive and wants to protect people around her. So she will not do well in a home with other dogs. She will also need to be socialized when out for walks etc.

Mimu does not like going into her crate or cage and it is a bit of a struggle to get her in. However, once there, she is fine.

She does prefer more freedom and being with people, so needs a home where she will be able to walk about – a large fenced in area is a must for her. She also likes lots of attention but gives lots back as well.



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