Mégane has found her forever home.

by Milena Dimetrijevic
(Montréal )

Happy, happy

Happy, happy

Lucky Mégane had a forever new home waiting for her even before she was surrendered to the GPCSO rescue group.

Mégane is a lovely and playful 7 month old girl. She was surrendered because the original owner’s little boy developed severe allergies and asthma. Their doctor recommended they find the dog a new home. After much hesitation, they accepted to surrender her to us, not without much sadness.

A few days after she came into foster, she went to visit her new adoptive family. They were looking for a companion to their own Pyr, Sammy, and wanted to make sure they would get along before “officially” saying yes. So we went to the dog park and we let them get acquainted. Both humans and dog fell in LOVE… she’s such an easy going sweetie. She will join them over the weekend to become an assistance dog and a playmate for Sammy.




Mégane a trouvée son foyer permanent.

La chanceuse petite Mégane avait déjà un foyer permanent qui l'attentait avant même qu'elle ne soit remise au groupe de sauvetage GPCSO.

Mégane est une belle fille de 7 mois très enjouée. Elle a été remise parce que le petit garçon avait développé des allergies et de l'asthme. Leur médecin a donc recommandé de trouver une nouvelle maison au chien. C’est avec beaucoup de tristesse et bien des hésitations qu’ils ont fini par accepter de nous la céder.

Après quelques jours en famille d'accueil, elle est allée rendre visite à sa nouvelle famille adoptive. Elles cherchaient un compagnon pour leur propre Pyr, Sammy, et voulaient s'assurer qu'ils s'entendraient bien avant « d’officialiser » l'adoption. Donc nous sommes allés au parc à chiens et nous les avons laissé faire connaissance. Les humains et le chien sont tombé en AMOUR ... elle est si fine et facile à vivre. Elle ira les rejoindre dans une semaine pour devenir chien d’assistance et camarade de jeu pour Sammy.

Click here to post comments

Return to Post A Happy Tail 2011.









Breaking News

  1. Heaving breathing in pups

    May 08, 21 12:25 PM

    My husband and I recently lost our American Pitbull terrier to cancer when I came across an ad for Great Pyrenees/Border Collie mixed puppies. We brought

    Read More

  2. Indy

    May 02, 21 09:44 AM

    *ADOPTED* DOB: February 19, 2020 Indy is an Akbash mix. Indy needed more time than her family could give her. They made the tough decision to surrender

    Read More

  3. Charlie

    Apr 28, 21 10:06 AM

    Charlie, only 7-years-old, Hound?/Pyr mix, came to us when his owner felt that he was depressed after moving from the country to the city. She wanted to

    Read More

  4. Disinterested in Owners

    Apr 20, 21 03:59 PM

    Our 10+ year old female Pyrenees has recently become very distant and even runs from us when we try to pet her or give her a treat. We have had her since

    Read More

  5. Fecal Incontinence

    Apr 15, 21 11:52 AM

    my daughter just rescued a 7 yo male hes pooping in his sleep and while sleeping his back half will shake and at times his tail moves to please hel

    Read More

  6. Harmonius living with parent and pup?

    Apr 13, 21 09:11 AM

    We have a male and female and they just had their first litter. Is it a good ideal to keep one of their pups? Or will they fight?

    Read More

  7. Constipation

    Apr 08, 21 08:45 AM

    My PYR is two years old, I just rescued him from a bad situation, he is constipated, is this an issue with the breed or an issue specific to this PYR

    Read More

  8. Pregnant?

    Apr 05, 21 01:32 PM

    What is the lengthy of gestation for a Pyrenese? Today would be 50 days and there's no sign of weight gain or puppies showing/moving. Do these dogs take

    Read More