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Adoption Pending. You can see more of these beautiful dogs by clicking on Rescue Dogs.
This sweet 'lil thing is Lucy, and she is ADORABLE - both literally and figuratively. Lucy is a bundle of joy and full of life; it is impawssible not to have a good time when she is around. When it comes to playing, Lucy is not shy about initiating play with her foster siblings, and she will no doubt impress you with her moves. Play bows? You bet! Tail wags in supersonic speed? You'd better catch that in slow motion! Her most impressive move is to "tag" a friend then run away as fast as pawssible so they can give chase in whirlwind speed! When it comes to food or treats, Lucy loves them all, in fact, she is contemplating applying to be a sous chef when she grows up :) This lovely girl is as sweet as can be; we are pawsitive she is the ray of sunshine you didn't even know you were missing!
NGPR Pooch Profile
Name: Lucy in AL
Age: 10 mos old as of Oct 2023
Color: White with gray badger markings
Dew Claws: Double
Estimated Adult Weight: 75-85lbs
Current Location: NGPR approved foster in Warrior, AL
Medical: Spayed, 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.
Can be Placed With: Other dogs. Not yet tested with cats or kids.
Fencing: Secure VISIBLE fencing is required; invisible fencing WILL NOT contain this breed.
Fees: Adoption fees are determined on a sliding scale depending on age, location and transport. Fees for dogs adopted locally start at $400 and can range up to $700 for puppies under six months. Puppies placed on spay/neuter contracts receive $100 back when the dog is spayed or neutered. Transport costs are included in the adoption fee. Fees for senior dogs (7 or older) and foster dogs will be adjusted accordingly.
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.
We may consider fostering for some of our dogs who are in boarding. Please visit Fostering FAQfor an application and information about our fostering program.
If you can't foster or adopt at this time, please consider helping our Neediest Cases or making a tax-exempt donation by visiting our Donate page.
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.
More Information: Questions? The fastest way to learn more about a dog is to fill out our online application. If you call or e-mail you are reducing your chances of adopting this animal as we direct our time and energy to first serving those who apply.
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.