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In shelter Dog

Palmer, MA, 01069
Pet name:
Great Pyrenees
Luke is a 3 yr old, 83 lb, male Great Pyrenees mix. He is good with dogs, cats and older children. He is house and leash trained. Because of Lukes breed mix he would do best in a country setting so he can bark and scare off unforeseen intruders. 

If you are interested in adopting any of our dogs, please complete our online adoption application:

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We will conduct a phone interview, check references and then a home check. This helps us to match a dog with their potential adopter. The adoption fee is $400.00 for adults and $500.00 for puppies under one year which includes spay/neutering, up-to-date age-appropriate vaccinations, flea/tick & heartworm preventative, and a health certificate. We foster our dogs in homes, not in shelters. This allows us to get to know the dogs temperaments to match them to a home. This also allows us to get the dogs ready to live in their forever homes! All dogs coming from the south have been quarantined for two weeks and fully vetted before traveling to New England!

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Lifesavers Corp

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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