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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Englewood, NJ, 07631
Pet name:
Great Pyrenees
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Lea is the second largest of the her litter and definitely the most sensitive. She has a mostly white coat with pale spots and patches of brown, tan, and gray. Shes not quite as brave as her brother Aries, but she has a willingness to go on an adventure. Like all the pups in this litter, she is very gentle when taking a treat and tolerant and patient when she has her walking collar put on. Lea is still getting used to the world and can be frightened by sudden sounds like vehicles whirring by. But shes making progress, and with continued training and exposure to her environment will be a wonderful family pup. Like her litter mates, Lea gives delicate kisses to express her love.

We were so surprised to learn after a DNA test that Lea and her siblings are 50% Great Pyrenees, 14.3% Bluetick Coonhound,13.7% Chow Chow, 11.7% Labrador Retreiver and 10.3% German Shepherd.

Because she loves running and is a big girl, Lea would like a fenced yard and children should be at least 10 years old.

Lea is up to date on shots, micro-chipped, spayed and heart worm negative.

For information about Lea please email
Save The Animals Rescue Team II


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