Introducing JUNE! June is an adorable girl who is estimated to be about 9-10 months old. She is on the smaller side for a Pyr, currently weighing 50lbs. She is most likely mixed with Border Collie (just a guess) and won’t be very big when full grown. She does have double dew claws though! June was found as a stray and taken to a shelter. When she came into rescue, she had a skin infection and was very scared of everything, especially the leash! However, her skin is healing wonderfully, and she is getting used to walking on a leash! June is full of personality! She loves to play with other dogs, and she is fine around the cats in her foster home. She is crate trained, does not make a peep at night and is also house trained! June will need another playful dog in her new forever home to help mentor and socialize her, she is still very puppy-like in her behavior. She is a sweet girl who has lots of love to give. June can be bouncy and is learning boundaries, so older children would be best. June is currently in Texas but can be on the next NW transport.
All our dogs require secure VISIBLE fencing. All current pets in adoptive home must be spayed/neutered and up to date on vaccinations.
We do not adopt to families with children under the age of 6.
Adoption Fee: $350
All of our dogs are spayed/neutered, microchipped and up to date on vaccinations.
Transport Fee: $350
Transport fee includes the cost of transport plus the Health Certificate required for USDA approved transport.
Adoption applications can be found on our website: www.greatpyrsandpaws.org
Northwest adopter pays cost of transport to independent transport company. Transport is arranged by GPPR.
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