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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. Neuter or Not

    Jul 03, 20 03:55 PM

    I know with other breeds, particularly those more prone to aggressive behavior, this procedure supposedly helps to make them less likely to act out. However,

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  2. Aggression to dogs

    Jun 30, 20 07:14 AM

    We have adopted a GP/Golden Retriever mix. Emphasis on Great Pyrenees. Lily is now 6 years old and we have had her for about a year. She is very aggressive

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  3. Hypothyroidism

    Jun 28, 20 06:49 AM

    Hello - our dog started sitting and lying down frequently during walks. She is panting heavily when she does this. Consequently our walks are much shorter.

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  4. Rescue dog peeing

    Jun 21, 20 08:16 AM

    We want to rescue a female great pyr. we understand that she will go over to the other dogs food dish and pee in it when he is finished. they have been

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  5. Domestic rabbits

    Jun 21, 20 07:59 AM

    Hi there. We just rescued a 6 year old pyr. He's very sweet . We have 2 rabbits who live in owns (free range occasionally) . He is fascinated by them.

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  6. Stress and heat

    Jun 21, 20 07:36 AM

    I have only had my dog for two days. She is a two-year-old female great Pyrenees. Although she’s been in the house with the air-conditioning on she always

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  7. Hot weather

    Jun 18, 20 07:21 AM

    My husband and I are thinking of retiring to Orlando Florida and of course I won't give up my Pyrenees dog. Do Great Pyrenees do good in the Florida heat?

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  8. Kara

    Jun 17, 20 03:13 PM

    *ADOPTION PENDING* This wee girl came from a sad situation but she is moving forward in life. She was in foster and has, now, gone into her adoptive home.

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