Tundra

Age
7 yrs
Weight
108
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, I’m Tundra, a  7 yr old, 108 lb boy who just rolled in to GPRA! I hear the humans say that I am very sweet and submissive. I know all kinds of great manners for the house and I definitely do not like those vacuum cleaner things. Sheesh, they are scary. I’m also know what to do when a human says “sit”, “stay”, or “down” and I don’t guard my food. It’s OK if you have to reach in and move my bowl, I don’t get mad. I love a good comfy sofa and love chilling with my people. I like cats and dogs that are mellow, like I am. I came to GPRA because the other dogs in the house liked to be the boss and they were picking on me. I didn’t like to fight back so I just barked at them…a lot. That wasn’t working out so well in the neighborhood so they thought I might find a family where I’d be a super happy guy.  I’ll ask my GPRA foster for more information to share with you but in the meantime can you please email info@greatpyratlanta.com or click either “Contact Us” or “Apply to Adopt” below to help me get closer to my forever home?

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Goose

Age
1 yr 10 mths
Weight
108
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

I know, kinda funny naming an almost 2-year-old, 108 lb. boy Pyr after a bird, isn’t it? I guess that’s what happens when your owner is a veterinarian who loves animals. In fact, they loves me so much, they’re letting me go to keep me safe. See, when I finally had enough of the other dog in our house picking fights with me and started fighting back, I got hurt. One too many times. So, the search is on for someone, or a whole family, who wants a housetrained, well socialized, low-key, and submissive sometimes to the point of being a scaredy-cat, Pyr. That’s not a slam on cats, I like cats—and the other dogs I’ve lived with. No one knows how I’ll be with children or how I’ll behave if I’m left alone too long. My owner took me everywhere, which is how I know I’m reactive to other dogs when I’m on the leash or in the car. Routines, soft, positive reinforcement, coaxing, and slow introductions to new people are all really good things in my world. So, if those behaviors are part of your world, too, please email info@greatpyratlanta.com or click “Apply to Adopt” below, so we can start getting to know each other.

Donate to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta

Our main mission at GPRA is to find the right permanent home for Great Pyrenees in distress, whether they are strays or from an overpopulated kill or no-kill shelter. We don’t care how old they are or what their medical condition is because we will make sure they receive a comprehensive medical evaluation, spaying or neutering, and even behavioral training if necessary.

Samson N

Age
3.5 yrs
Weight
108
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Yay, no more field work! I’m Samson N., I’m 3.5 years old, 108 lbs, and I am celebrating my first days as a non-working Pyr. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not lazy, I just prefer hanging out with people instead of goats, air conditioning instead of wind, and carpet to grass. For you dental purists, my teeth are in pretty good shape, too; only moderate tarter according to GPRA’s vet. I hope you’re impressed, it’s not easy holding a toothbrush with my giant Pyr paws. Just kidding, I can’t clean my teeth so that’s one more reason I’m need a loving, patient, experienced dog family to help me learn all about being the indoor dog I’ve always wanted to be. And if you’ve always wanted to be a big-dog person, please email info@greatpyratlanta.com or click the “Apply to Adopt” button below to find out if I’m your guy.

Donate to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta

Our main mission at GPRA is to find the right permanent home for Great Pyrenees in distress, whether they are strays or from an overpopulated kill or no-kill shelter. We don’t care how old they are or what their medical condition is because we will make sure they receive a comprehensive medical evaluation, spaying or neutering, and even behavioral training if necessary.