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APRIL Great Pyrenees Granite Bay, CA

  • Young
  • Female
  • Large
  • White / Cream


Affectionate, Loyal, Gentle, Smart, Protective, Curious, Funny, Loves kisses
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Prefers a home without
Other dogs.
Adoption fee

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Hello, my name is April. I must have done something wrong! I've been here at the rescue too long. All I want is to be your best friend and have a family of my own. The rescue lady says I'm a GREAT dog. Granted I want to be the only dog in the family, but hey....if you waited as long as I have, you wouldn't want to share either. However, cats are OK! I’m 2-3 yrs old and was named that because April signifies Spring and Spring is about new beginnings. I had been pick up by a kill shelter because I got dumped in a rural location. I was transported to the rescue, cleaned up, spayed and brought current on all my vaccines and have settled in nicely. I've put on a little weight and I am happy and love everyone here. I am very loving and loyal and love to go for walks with my volunteers. I'm a little discriminating of new people at first, but warm up nicely. I need secure fencing and gates and I'm a good watch dog and know how to be a lady at the same time.

Note: Great Pyrenees are considered a Giant Breed. Average weight can be 100lbs. or more. They bark, shed and have a wanderlust, so secure fences are a must have. They are NOT off leash dogs and a Pyr off leash is called a "dis'a'Pyr". Some Pyrs do well with other dogs and some don't because by the virtue of their breed traits they were bred to keep out intruders and can consider some dogs as intruders. While they make wonderful pets and family dogs, they aren't for everyone so be sure to understand and learn about the breed traits of this breed or any breed you might be considering.

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