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In shelter Dog

Dunwoody, GA, 30338
Pet name:
Great Pyrenees
Meet Allister! This one year old lab/Pyrenees mix is celebrating his freedom and hes looking for a new BFF to join him in all the fun! You see, poor Allister spent the first year of his life hooked up to an outside runner for about 20 hrs a day. His owner would hook him out at about 3 am when they went to work and not bring him back inside until midnight! When they finally realized that is no life for a dog, they tried giving him away on Facebook. Thankfully one of our RMG adopters saw the post and snatched him up quick before he could get into the wrong hands!

Allister is a super handsome, super loving boy who gets along great with pretty much everyone (although he hasnt met any cats yet). He is still quite young, though, and having spent most of his life tethered outside by himself he has a lot of energy and missed out on the basic puppy manners training he should have gotten. Allister will make an amazing addition to an active family who will commit to teaching him how to behave nicely - hes treat driven and aims to please so he should make an excellent student! Allister also needs another energetic playful dog in the home to both help burn some of that energy and teach him some of the lessons he can only learn from another dog. 

Interested in joining Allister in his freedom celebration?? Email or fill out an adoption application on our website -


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