Great Pyrenees, Australian Cattle Dog, Blue Heeler, Mixed
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Welcome Lucas to CCPAL Rescue.  He is a 5-month-old pup.  He is a Great Pyrenees and maybe Australian Cattle dog.  He has the extra toes on the back feet so we know he definitely has some GPyr in him.  He came in the Rescue in rough shape.  He may have been on the streets a while before the Animal Control picked him up.  He had some hair loss and now with good nutrition, attention and love he is doing great.  He is getting his vaccinations, neutered and will be ready for his forever home.  He has the nice big coat so he would be perfect for the cooler more northern climates. Great Pyrs do best in a home with a fenced yard.  He would be fine with children.  We think they should be 8 or older.  He is currently in Texas at the Rescue.  He could be adopted locally or we can work with one of the wonderful transporters to get him to Washington, Portland, Minnesota, Vermont or all along the East Coast.  His adoption fee is 300 and transport is 180.    Rhode Island and Massachusetts are not states we adopt to because of the regulations imposed by these states Contact Marlene at 210-867-1769 or email to if you have questions. Online applications at See his cute video!!  


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