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GRIFF - Paws Behind Bars Trained   

In shelter Dog

La Grange, KY, 40031
Pet name:
GRIFF - Paws Behind Bars Trained
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Great Pyrenees
Date:
09/04/2022
Colors:
Merle (Red)
Size:
Large
Age:
Young
Coat length:
Short
Description:
GRIFF is a 10-month-old male Great Pyrenees/Cattle Dog mix who weighs 70 lbs.   He was adopted as a puppy and grew and grew until he "outgrew" his family.  He got too big, he got too unruly and he had to go. .  

GRIFF is now with us and getting exactly what he needs.  Hes participating in our Paws Behind Bars prison dog training program.  Hes responding beautifully to his inmate direction.  Hes a dog who is also appreciative of the structure and discipline to his day.  He has a very sweet side to him and will do best in a home with adults, who can maintain the structure and training hes received.  For a dog that was teed up to us as always getting into trouble and misbehaving?  hes now very composed and quiet.  We do know he does NOT like  water so if you have a vacation property or a boat, hell wait for you on the dock.  

If interested in adopting GRIFF,  our process begins with submission of the online application which can be found at www.adoptmebluegrasspetrescue.com.   

Meets will be set with approved applicants.

Location


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