Diesel - Courtesy Posting

Courtesy Posting

Please contact info@dogtales.ca for more information.

Diesel is a 3-year-old Great Pyrenees who is looking for a home through no fault of his own. Formerly a farm dog, Diesel was at risk of being shot to death by his former owner.

Dog Tales stepped into save his life, brought him back to health, as well as having him neutered.

Diesel was extremely under weight, and terrified. Having never been walked on a leash, and not knowing what a collar was, he has come a long way.

Diesel is ready for his forever home, though he still has some behavioural issues that require continual work.

He would do best in a home as an only dog with no small children as he is a big boy.

We'd be happy to show him to you, and explain why this boy would make the best companion!

Please contact info@dogtales.ca for more information.

We have very good information on our website which we encourage you to take the time to read. Please do your research on this breed to ensure this is the dog for you.

As a Pyr he will bark. This is one of the tools that allows them to do their job to warn off predators. They dig holes in your garden to stay cool in the summer, and shed at least twice a year and will leave white dust bunnies throughout the year. They will wander since this is instinctive to them as they are used to wander with the livestock for which they care.

They must be contained within a large fenced-in area of a minimum of six-foot secure fencing in which they can run, play and look after their property. Tie-outs are not suitable since this does not allow them to properly watch over their territory. They have been known to go through invisible fencing so this is also not acceptable containment.

Pyrs need patience and consistency in their training and someone who will work with their instincts. They are independent thinkers and, therefore, only listen if it's worth their while. Treat them as partners in a dance where you lead the way.

Please contact info@dogtales.ca for more information.

Click here to post comments

Return to Post A Happy Tail 2015.









Breaking News

  1. Teddy

    Jan 29, 23 11:37 AM

    DOB: October 2021 (1 year and 3 months) Location: Erin, Ontario He is small at about 60 lbs, although he will put some weight on as he matures. Single

    Read More

  2. Arthur

    Jan 15, 23 08:50 AM

    DOB: 16. September 2021 Location: Erin, Ontario Please do not take dogs to dog parks as not all people are as responsible as you are. Find some like-minded

    Read More

  3. Happy

    Jan 15, 23 08:10 AM

    We found Happy walking up the centerline of Hwy 281 in Kansas. He looked depressed—walking slowly—like a hobo in search of a meal. He was covered in

    Read More

  4. Twiggy

    Dec 20, 22 01:20 PM

    *ADOPTED* She is in a home built for Pyrs! Location: Erin, Ontario D.O.B: July 8, 2022 An experienced Pyr adopter required. Children over 12 only.

    Read More

  5. Magik

    Nov 05, 22 12:53 PM

    My wife and I lost both of our great pyr’s in the last two years and just found a 9 week old great pyr pup we named her magik . People don’t understand

    Read More

  6. Barry

    Oct 08, 22 01:22 PM

    *ADOPTED* DOB: June 15, 2020 Location: Erin, Ontario Barry, who is very exuberant in his love of life, needs a new family who will make him a part of

    Read More

  7. Courtesy Post - Marley

    Oct 02, 22 01:21 PM

    Sadly, he squeezed through the gate to go after a member of his livestock got through. RIP, Marley. *ADOPTION* DOB: August 8, 2019 Location: London

    Read More

  8. Tina

    Oct 01, 22 06:12 PM

    D.O.B. July 12, 2017 Located in Erin, Ontario This sweetheart Great Pyr is looking for an experienced Pyr person. She will go to a home with children

    Read More