You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
PLEASE NOTE: GPMR communicates primarily by email. If you have any questions regarding one of our Mastiffs, please read their bio and if you still have questions- drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org . If you have questions about our adoption procedures, please go to our Pages of Interest on the left hand column under Adoption Info. We answer email inquiries almost immediately-usually always within a few hours and phone calls are returned with 24-36 hours.
GPMR does not have a shelter. All of our dogs are kept in loving foster homes. We must have a completed adoption
application on file before meeting any of our mastiffs.
GPMR adopts to the states of Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Louisiana and parts of Colorado.
!!!Any mastiffs being adopted out of the state of Oklahoma require a health certificate to be paid for by the adopter!!!
Meet Camry! Camry came out of a terrible neglect situation, that involved her and multiple other Mastiffs. She suffered tremendous weight loss and neglect. However Camry is now thriving in her foster home! Camry is so very sweet and gentle, despite all her circumstances. She is the perfect girl. Camry loves to cuddle with you on the couch, or even lay next to you on the floor. This sweetie pie is very much attached to her people, and she will follow you around everywhere! Camry is a great protector as she will bark at new people, but then run and hide LOL. Camry enjoys time out in the sun, but mostly likes to take her naps inside in the AC. Camry is house training, and free roam. She loves to sleep and listen to the Hallmark channel in the background while when home alone. She has a very comfortable spot on her doggie bed she loves, and the couch too of course. Camry gets along great with other dogs however she doesnt play, nor does she like too, it scares her too much. She would do good in a home with a medium or small calm dog, even cats. Large dogs and active dogs seem to scare her. Camry gave us quite a scare when we took her to a new vet for her spay and unfortunately the surgery was not done properly and so she had to go the ER later that day to have it re-sutured. She has made a complete recovery thankfully! She is heartworm negative and fully vetted now. She is about 3 years old.Camry is not a traveling dog, and would do best mostly at home, chilling with her people. She would thrive in a more quiet home that is not busy with people coming and going. Camry is great with older kids. Be ready to have the best loving companion ever!Camry is fostered in Midland, TX.Save a Mastiff...Adopt, Foster, Volunteer!