In shelter Dog

Garland, Bowie County, Texas, United ...
Great Pyrenees
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Meet Scarlet!  She is looking for a castle to call her own! Princess Scarlet spent some time on her own in the forests of Greenville before being rescued by SPIN. After a luxurious spa day, in which the groomer said she was a perfect lady, and recovering from her no-puppy pledge, Scarlet is ready to search for the charming family she'll fit into perfectly. Scarlet has a strong personality, and she'll be devoted to her new person.  Any other dogs in the house will have to hold their own or be on the submissive side, as Scarlet will try to become top dog. And Scarlet will want to be the top dog in her person's life as well. She's starting to get very attached to her foster mom, so her foster mom is sure that attachment will transfer to Scarlet’s new person.  She will behave perfectly and gently for her person. She does love to play with her foster canine brother, so if she's an only dog, she may need play dates for extra fun and stimulation. Scarlet is approximately two years old and is smaller in stature, about 60-65 pounds.  Her beautiful fluffy fur makes her look bigger, so don't be fooled! She considers herself a delicate flower. She hasn't been tested with cats, but joyfully joins in the chasing of squirrels in her foster's backyard, so she may not get along with them. She hasn't been crated in her foster home, but would probably be trained to go in one without much objection. She's house trained, but may have an accident if left too long. Scarlet rides well in the car, but doesn't always like to get in by herself. Once in, she'll settle down and watch the scenery go by, and she does get out of the vehicle by herself.  She also walks well on a leash. If you think your castle might be the perfect place for Scarlet's happy ending, fill out an adoption application.  This beautiful princess may not be available for long! SPIN Pyrs are all in foster homes in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Potential adopters are asked to make travel arrangements if they live elsewhere. All SPIN dogs are spayed or neutered, current on vaccinations and on heartworm prevention. Please go to our website and fill out an application for this great Great Pyrenees!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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