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Paris   

In shelter Dog

Plainfield, IL, 60585
Pet name:
Paris
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Great Pyrenees
Date:
09/25/2022
Colors:
White / Cream
Size:
Large
Age:
Baby
Description:
Paris is the smallest and bravest of the bunch! She will need an active adopter- she loves to be with her people and is confident and spunky.

Once upon a time, in a state not so far away, the sweetest Mama Bear needed a place to have her little baby bears.  She wandered to a porch that looked quite welcoming and there her babies were born.  

Mama nurtured her littles until they were ready to start their new adventure in the world outside.  Three pure white beauties and 2 speckled babes are now in a loving foster home and will soon be looking for families to grow and learn. 

These little baby bears are chunky monkeys and are going to be gentle giants when full grown.  Mama is a 90+ lbs Great Pyrenees Mix and dad is unknown.  These little cubs were already in the double digits at 6 weeks old on the scale.”

Things to know about Pyrenees: They are going to shed, they are going to drool, they are going to melt your heart and hog your bed.  They require extensive socialization, can be wary of strange animals and humans, and can be difficult to train.

Apply at w2wrescue.com. 
Adoption donation: $425
Pups will be ready to go home on October 1.
Baby Bears are being fostered in St John, IN

Location


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