Hi! My name is Macchiato!! I’m between 1-2 years old. I came to the rescue as a baby puppy a few months ago. I got adopted by a family who didn’t understand what it means to have a Great Pyrenees mix puppy. I am a herding breed. That means I like to herd dogs & also people including kids. I really liked the kids in my home but my mom & dad didn’t like it that I was herding them so they brought me back to the rescue. I’m a good boy. I promise. But I’m still a baby. My foster momma says I have puppy “nippies”.... I don’t know what that means but I sometimes put my mouth on a persons hand or arm to herd them. I don’t bite down & I don’t break the skin. My foster momma explained to me that the problem is that I am big. My foster momma says I need to have a forever family who understands about herding breeds. I love kids, dogs & cats!! I love the car & I am good in the house & on a leash!! Will you take a chance on me & add me to your family??? I promise to love you forever!! Macchiato is up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, neutered, and microchipped. His adoption fee is $250.
All of our dogs are spayed or neutered, up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, microchipped and if over 6 months of age, heartworm tested and on heartworm preventative in their foster home.
We require an approved application to meet any of our dogs. We do not have a shelter location and will not arrange a meeting without an approved application.
We strive to make sure the bios provided for our dogs are complete and accurate; we do understand that mistakes happen, however, so if you absolutely cannot find the answer to your question in the dog's bio, you can contact us for more information.
We require a home visit for each dog we adopt out, so we adopt within a 2 hour radius of Dayton, OH. If you are outside of this radius, we encourage you to contact your local rescue or shelter.
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