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Avalon -Lower Fee! In NJ!!   

In shelter Dog

Locust Fork, AL, 35097
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Avalon -Lower Fee! In NJ!!
Great Pyrenees
Isnt she lovely with those big sad eyes? I almost feel as though shes looking at me through my computers monitor as I write this. Her name is Pooch although she was called Avalon when with us. A Great Pyrenees/Sheepdog mix, shes three years old, wears a soft coat of black and white and weighs 64 pounds. However, when her owners adopted her, she was clearly under weight at only 39 pounds. She had come to Crossing Paths in terrible shape. Looking at her now, youd never guess at what her first two years might have been. You see, her owners are convinced that Pooch was abused and starved. This wouldnt necessarily be unusual in dogs we bring in. So, Pooch clearly needed a family that would give her the patience and love that would help her blossom into the beautiful dog she is. Fortunately, a wonderful couple adopted her, a couple that knew she had other issues, too. Although she has made great progress, she is reluctant to socialize, is mistrustful of others, and sometimes "air snaps" if touched. She has never actually bitten. Poochs adopters adore her, but illness means that they can no longer give Pooch what she needs. One of her adopters says, "Pooch needs someone who is patient and who gives her time to adjust and trust. Then she gives her whole heart." Would you consider giving your whole heart to her?
**It is rare that we know with certainty the ages or mixes that make up our dogs, but we do our best to be as accurate as possible based upon our experience. **
Adoption and transport: $225:


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