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Hank the Great Pyrenees   

In shelter Dog

Oak Creek, WI, 53154
Pet name:
Hank the Great Pyrenees
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Great Pyrenees
Date:
09/21/2022
Colors:
White / Cream
Size:
Extra Large
Age:
Baby
Coat length:
Long
Description:
Arriving in Southeastern WI on Saturday September 24th-

Introducing Hank, a 55 pound, 7 month old Great Pyrenees Puppy. He is a fun and happy puppy who also loves snuggling!

He gets along with other dogs and people of all ages.   He is crate trained and is potty trained.  He is very food motivated and is a quick learner.  He is working on his leash manners.    

He is up to date on shots,  neutered, microchipped and comes with a leash/collar and his medical records from Texas.  


Hank is one of a select few of our rescues whom we believe are purebred or a popular designer blend which we adopt out at a near market rate in order to use those funds to finance our program of readying additional dogs, puppies and kittens which we prepare, transport and adopt out in the northern United States. Our goal is to get as many homeless animals out of south Texas, where we have a severe pet overpopulation crisis.


His adoption fee is $1500 firm. A component of the fee is a donation to help fund our transport and adoption of more dogs, puppies, cats and kittens from Texas.


He will be arriving in Wisconsin on September 24th and will be available to meet, and if he Is a good fit,  adopt and take home, by the first family to have placed an exclusive hold deposit as set out below.  He is available for an exclusive hold with a deposit of $500, which we give on a first come, first served, basis. The balance is due upon meeting/ pick up. If upon meeting him, you find that he is not a good fit for your family, his deposit is refundable or transferrable. 

His adoption fee will be used to finance our program of readying additional dogs, puppies and kittens which we rescue, provide veterinary care,  transport and adopt out in the northern United States.  Our goal is to get as many homeless animals out of south Texas, where we have a severe pet overpopulation crisis.  We cannot guarantee breed or age. We assign breed and age designations based on veterinary advice and information from the prior owner.

If you are serious about this pup, please contact us at DogTrailRides@gmail.com.  We take payments through Zelle, Venmo, or CashApp, or we can take card numbers over the phone and process them through Square. All of these methods provide a receipt.  

Thank you for supporting our efforts to bring Texas dogs north to loving homes! You can read more about us at https://facebook.com/TxRescueRiders  (Texas Rescue Riders).  Also feel free to join our Group Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/groups/TxRescueRidersCommunity (Texas Rescue Riders Community) where our foster families and happy adoptive families can post directly.

Location


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