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Giblet Great Pyrenees & Australian Shepherd Mix Kiowa, OK

  • Puppy
  • Female
  • Large
  • White / Cream, Gray / Blue / Silver


Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, cats, children.

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Meet Giblet

Giblet is ready to share her story! ?

I wish you would have loved me more. I wish that you would have watched out for my mom, siblings, and I. I wish you wouldn't have ever let us end up on our own. And then in the shelter. I wish we hadn't gotten so sick with Parvo because you didn't vaccinate us. I wish that I hadn't almost lost my life because you didn't care enough. But I wouldn't take any of it back. Because everything I went through made me stronger and it led me here today. I ended up in a great rescue that fought for me. From my fosters to the vet, they wouldn't let me leave this world without a fight. I have been through so much in my young life, but I can finally just be. I can lay out in the sun, play with my siblings, cuddle with my fosters, and lastly find my forever family.

So to my former owners, I say goodbye. I am moving on to better things now and I forgive you. I have no room to dwell on the past because I ended up exactly where I am supposed to be now.

I was given the name Giblet and I am a 10 week old, 10lb female Great Pyrenees/Aussie mix. I am guessing that I will stay in the 50-60lb range once I am fully grown.

While I am super excited to find my forever family, I do not want to rush into anything. I want you and I both to be sure that we are a match! To help with that, I had my fosters fill out this questionnaire about me.

-How does your foster act when meeting new people?

-Does your foster jump on people?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-Has your foster been to any public settings?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-Does your foster like going on walks?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-Is your foster leash trained?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-How does your foster do on car rides?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-Describe your fosters energy level?
Playful and ornery.

-Is your foster a big chewer?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-Does your foster like to play fetch?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-Does your foster like to play in the water?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-Does your foster play with Toys?

-Do you think your foster would be okay with free-roam of the house even if you are away?
Not yet. We recommend setting up a play pen area or baby gating her somewhere if you have to leave the house.

-Does your foster have food aggression?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-Does your foster resource guard?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-Is your foster good with other dogs?

-How does your foster act around other dogs?
Playful and curious.

-Does your foster need another dog in their new home?
Either another dog or a family member that is home most of the time.

-Is your foster good with cats?

-Is your foster good with kids?

-Where does your foster stay when no one is home.
In the designated dog room.

-Is your foster potty trained?
Not yet.

-Is your foster kennel trained?

-Where does your foster sleep at night?
In the designated dog room.

-Would your foster dog do good in an apartment?
It would depend on how often her new family is home and their activity level

-Is your foster a big barker?
N/A, she is still too young to say.

-What would be your fosters ideal home?

Giblet will definitely need an active family that will keep her busy and take her on lots of adventures.

-Is there anything else you would like to mention about your foster dog?

Giblet is a pup who loves that life has given her a second chance and she plans to make the most of it. She wants to check everything out and explore and sniff and run and play. She will give you a few minutes of snuggle time but then she needs down because she is not done checking everything out yet, lol. She is already exhibiting herding instincts and has tried to herd the cat, the other dogs, and the people in the house. She particularly likes bare feet, lol. Since herding dogs can nip as part of their instincts please be familiar with this type of breed if you decide to apply. She is very smart and keeping her busy with activities and brain games will be fun for both you and her as well as good exercise ?


Now that you have heard from my foster, let us talk about the logistics of you getting to bring me home! ?

-How can someone adopt me?
The first step is to fill out an adoption app for me at

Once this app comes in, it will get sent on to my foster family and they will help me decide if we are a match or not.

-Where are you being fostered?
I am being fostered in Skiatook, OK.

-Would I need to come to pick you up?
Yes, you would need to pick me up. This rescue does not send us on transports. It is less stress on us that way. Plus, you and I can already start bonding on the road trip home! ?

-Can I adopt you even though I don't live in Oklahoma?
Yep, I am not opposed to living in another state!

-How much is your adoption fee?

My adoption fee is $275.

That includes two sets of puppy shots and wormings. I will also have had a bordetella. I will be micro-chipped, have a fecal done, be de-wormed, be spayed/neutered, and will be current on heart-worm and flea/tick prevention.

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