Take a look at both Bryce and Suzy. They are wonderful, terrific pets who would love to come to your home and make a great companion.
If you see a Great Pyrenees on our Pet List that you are interested in ask yourself these questions..... Can I handle keeping an eye on this Pyr? He or she will tend to want to roam so must be leashed or fenced. Can I afford a dog this big?? They are quite expensive to maintain. Can I handle their barking? They are big barkers because they are guardians at heart. Can I handle the shedding and slobber?? Can I handle the big chewing and scratched up floors? Can I handle my children around my Pyr and my Pyr around my children?? Adding a big dog is like adding another or a child. If after going through these questions you are still interested in the Pyr please feel free to write or call for more information. The application for adoption is at our website . Inquiries for adoption from Western Pennsylvania www.papyr.org
Great Pyrenees Club of Western Pennsylvania - Rescue fosters, vets, transports, and rehomes Great Pyrenees in the South Western PA regions. We operate under the guidelines and ethics of the Great Pyrenees Club of America. (Please note: The GPCWP can not take in any further rescues or foster dogs at this time.) Thank you.
Visit our website to download an application for adoption. Email, fax, or mail the application in and we will call or write with possible matches as soon as possible.
Learn more about the Great Pyrenees Club of Western Pennsylvania, the breed, our available Pyrs and more at our website... www.papyr.org