Great Pyr Rescue - Jazmine

by Great Pyrenees Rescue Team

Great Pyr Rescue - Jazmine

Great Pyr Rescue - Jazmine

Jazmine has found her forever home. This was her story...

Jazmine, born March 8, 2011 is a spayed, micro-chipped and vaccinated Great Pyrenees x Labrador cross. She looks far more like a lab but her previous owners provided a picture of her pyr mom which will come with her along with her records and a couple of toys.

This lovely young lady had to be given up by her owners as one of them had been in a serious accident and after several months, they realized they couldn't care for both of their dogs, so Jazmine ended up in care. She was very well cared for at her last home and it shows. She loves absolutely everything and everybody unconditionally, is very playful and is a huge snugglebug! She will crawl up on your lap for a cuddle given the chance, which for a 90-ish pound dog, she's very good at!

She's used to having a doggy partner in the house, so she could likely go to a home with another dog. She does like to chase cats for fun which ends in kisses or the cat running upstairs, so whether she goes to a home with a cat depends on how patient the cat is.

She walks well with a halti but will pull hard to see other dogs, rabbits and squirrels otherwise. She knows some commands and just needs some reinforcement. She is VERY treat motivated so this is not hard at all. She is also completely housebroken from the time she was a small puppy and is crate trained. Her owners had several grandchildren and reportedly she got along very well with them. She seems to be very nice with children in her foster family's neighbourhood as well, even allowing the neighbour's daughter the same age as her to walk over and give her a kiss while she sat nicely.

Jazmine would be great for an energetic family with a yard or lots of walking time and lots of love to give for this wonderful dog. Won't you take loving Sasha into your forever home?

For more information 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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I found the sister to my Pyr
by: Julie - Espanola

Sasha looks so much like our Sam you would think they were from the same litter. Everything from colour to attitude from what I can read. I was so socked too see Sasha and how much she looks like our Sam.

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