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The Forest Litter are all ready to find their furever families! This litter of 5 puppies was dumped and abandoned in a forest in rural Louisiana but thankfully rescued at 6 weeks old. We think mom is a Pyr mix but don't have any info about dad. Fauna is the confident, sassy leader of the pack. With her gorgeous brindle coat, Fauna knows that she can easily blend in with the environment, allowing her to be the most adventure-seeking pup of the pack. She is always the first to check out new places, the first to jump into the kayak, the first to cross bridges, and the fearless leader when out hiking. Fauna will need a large yard with a secure fence at least 5 feet tall and a male canine sibling to bond with and help show her the ropes. With consistent pawsitive reinforcement training and plenty of love, Fauna will mature into your best companion in no time!
NGPR Pooch Profile
Name: Fauna in LA
Age: 12 wks old as of mid-Nov 2022
Color: Brindle with white socks
Dew Claws: None
Estimated Adult Weight: 80 lbs
Current Location: NGPR approved foster in Independence, LA
Medical: Pup will be placed on a spay/neuter contract with a date specified for the spay or neuter procedure to be performed by. Dewormed, negative for heartworm, up-to-date on vaccinations and currently on flea, tick and heartworm preventative. This dog travels with a Interstate Health Certificate required by the USDA confirming that all the above criteria have been met.
Housebroken: Working on it!
Can be Placed With: Other male dogs and cats. Not yet tested with kids.
Fencing: Secure VISIBLE fencing is required; invisible fencing WILL NOT contain this breed.
Fees: $600 adoption fee, transport included. Puppies placed on spay/neuter contracts receive $100 back when the dog is spayed or neutered.
Transport: Not available to the West Coast - please see our list of Northwest dogs
NYS Registered Rescue # RR102
Our goal is to assess every application on its own merits. Key considerations are: 1) the experience of the applicant with large breed dogs 2) children in the household or regularly visiting the household are ready for a large-breed dog who is a guardian by nature and 3) the sex of other dogs currently residing in the household to avoid same-sex aggression issues. For puppies under six months old, the applicant’s ability to socialize the puppy with older dogs is a priority.
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Please complete the adoption application and visit nationalpyr.org to learn more about Pyrs and our adoption process. National Great Pyrenees Rescue (NGPR) is not a shelter. We are a non-profit, tax-exempt rescue who has been rescuing the breed for 15 years. Visit nationalpyr.org to learn more about us, our mission and our breed.
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We have many Pyrs and Pyr mixes who need homes and not all of them are posted. You can see more of these beautiful dogs by clicking on Adoptable Dogs.