Missy

by Maryanne Pearce

Great Pyr Rescue - Missy

Great Pyr Rescue - Missy

We are delighted to report that Missy has found her forever home. This was her story...

Missy is a beautiful 2-year-old spayed female. She is a dog without any issues but due to illness in the family, her owner is unable to keep her. She is an energetic dog who would do well in a home with regular walks and lots of attention.

Due to her owner’s health, she has not been getting a lot of exercise, although she is not acting out or causing damage in the house as a result. The owner is sad to see Missy go but knows it is the best thing for this lovely young girl.

Missy will need to have her vaccinations updated and to be microchipped prior to adoption, but is otherwise in ship-shape and looking forward to meeting her forever family. Is that you?


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Aug 11, 2013
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Adopting Dogs
by: Maryanne Pearce

Missy has been adopted now, but we have many amazing dogs. Pyrs are generally good with cats; I have had over 20 pyr fosters and never had an issue with cats, but obviously check that out carefully when introducing any new animals. Transportation may be able to be arranged part way to Sudbury; it depends on where the dog is coming from and if we have volunteers available to help.

Jul 29, 2013
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Missy for adoption
by: Ashley

My family and I have been discussing about owning a dog now for several months. A great pyrenees has always been a breed I have be fond of and would love to have join our family. Given Missy's age just wondering how she would be with other animals in the household as well have 2 cats. Also we live in Northern Ontario (Chelmsford - 20 mins from Sudbury) and we were wondering how arrangement are made if we ever got chosen to adopt a rescue.

Thank you

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