Great Pyrenees Rescue of Montana

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We are always in need of funds for the many vet bills we incur for our rescued dogs. Please mail your donation to:
GPROM
63 Windsong Way, Lavina, MT 59046


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Great Pyrenees Rescue of Montana's mission is to help find any needy Great Pyrenees or Great Pyrenees mix dog in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah or Colorado their forever home.

Please note: We are not a shelter. We are a group of volunteers. All of our dogs are fostered in someone's home. The dogs are cared for as one of the family. They are socialized and their personalities and traits are well know by the foster family. Currently our foster homes are Lavina, MT, Hamilton, MT and Pocatello, ID

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We try to find the best home for our dogs and want this home to be their forever home. An adoption application is required with a vet reference. A home visit is also done. PERMANENT, SECURE FENCING IS REQUIRED Our adoption donation is $275.00 for our dogs and this money is used to cover vet expense, spay/neuter charges, transport expense and caring for our dogs until they are adopted. A senior dog age 8 or older and our special needs dogs, we ask for $175.00 donation. This adoption donation is lower because you may need more health care for the seniors or special needs. Our goal is for them all to find a happy home and to be loved forever. FENCING FOR THIS BREED NEEDS TO BE AT LEAST 5 FOOT HIGH.
NOTE: The electric underground fencing is unacceptable for this breed.

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DISCLAIMER There is NO guarantee made, expressed or implied that any person requesting to adopt a dog through GPROM , or posted on GPROM's website, will automatically be approved. All adoptions are subject to acceptance based on a review process that requires collecting information from references and visiting the applicant's home. Decisons on placing dogs in adoptive homes are based solely on the judgement of GPROM's volunteer's and coordinators. Adoption applications may be denied for various reasons. GPROM reserves the right to refuse to adopt to anyone without disclosing the reasons and to make all decisions regarding placement or final disposition of any rescued dog in its care.


Great Pyrenees Rescue of Montana
Christiane Sikora-President
406-575-4292
Email: smilingpyrs@yahoo.de
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