Seamus

Great Pyr Rescue - Seamus

Great Pyr Rescue - Seamus

Seamus was such a good boy, Mom and Dad decided to keep him. This was his story...

• 2 years old
• Male
• Neutered and up-to-date on shots
• Good with children
• Will ignore other dogs or sniff them when they aren't looking (not a dog park kind
of dog)
• Crate-trained
• House-trained
• On a diet of raw food (proof is in his white teeth!)

This Pyr/Shepherd cross is looking for his forever home. He presently lives with his male littermate, and as can happen in this scenario, they aren't getting along.

He is just over two years old, 100 pounds of strong and full of puppy energy and lots of love. He loves to have his tummy rubbed, and being groomed. He does need leash work but patience, time, consistent exercise and on-going positive reinforcement training will help him be the best he can be. He loves to run and play fetch. He is learning new tricks, and is very eager to please.

He is afraid of thunder and fireworks but a closet with his bed in it will help him feel safe and/or tummy rubs and cuddles.

A home where he can be the only dog is best as he likes to be the centre of attention. He will make someone a very loving and loyal companion.

He will need a fenced yard in which to survey his domain and play. He will need an active home where he gets lots of play and exercise.

Do you think you are the family for this beautiful boy?

If you would like more information, please contact

Shannon Smith
smithpropmgt@live.com

519-833-7441 (H)
416-678-4477 (C)

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Aug 24, 2014
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by: Donna

Hi Trish

Yes, Seamus is still available!

Please contact Shannon, his owner. Her information is listed under his bio. She will be able to answer all your questions.

As is noted, they have to give him up because two male litter mates usually do not get along. In many cases, two males will not get along litter mates or not.

We do not take Pyrs with bite histories.

Thanks, Trish!



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by: trish mair

I am wondering if Seamus is still available for rescue. Can you please tell me if he has a bite history and why his owners surrendered him. Where is he located currently. Does he chew things, is he well house trained, does he like to walk.

Thank you for any information you can give me.

Trish Mair
905-334-0620

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