Labrador Retriever, Great Pyrenees, Mixed
Black with White
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Animal Profile: Dot is a female Lab/Great Pyrenees mix who will be joining us from Texas on July 7th. Dot and her two siblings are looking for their forever homes in the PNW. We will post more info as we get to know her in foster.  Foster Update:  Dot is such a sassy little pup. She wants to be independent and insists upon charging up the stairs instead of being carried. She wants to meet everyone she sees and is great with other dogs. She loves to play with all the toys, and my resident dog. She’s doing great at learning basic commands since she is very food oriented and clever. She is fantastic in her crate and only whines for a minute before settling down.  This little love bug is going to be an amazing pup for some lucky family. Adoption Info: Adoption fee is $500, which includes spay/neuter, current rabies/DAPPV/bordetella vaccinations, microchip, health certificate, and heartworm test. All adoption fees are donations to a Washington non-profit corporation and all donations go to benefit the animals in our rescue.  Apply online at Animal History: This dog was rescued from Texas. This dog will be available for adoption in Seattle once evaluated.


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