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Heart Great Pyrenees Kiowa, OK

  • Senior
  • Female
  • Medium
  • White / Cream


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

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Meet Heart

Heart is ready to share her story!

Alone. Unwanted. Sick. Skin and Bones. It had been a long time since I had a family of my own. So when I landed in the shelter...I finally gave up. I curled up in the corner and I stayed there. I didn't interact with anyone and was just happy to finally have some did no matter that I was in the middle of a noisy shelter. I had a blanket, food, and a kennel of my own, and I figured that was enough. I knew no one would come for me....not with the way I looked and acted. I had accepted my fate and was just happy to be out of the elements and not all on my own.

I thought my story was over. I didn't see it going any further than that shelter. So, when someone stopped at my kennel and seemed to actually look at really look...and see the dog I used to be rather than the shell I had become...everything changed. They ended up pulling me and because I had some awesome people step up to foster me, I was soon in a home. I cannot tell you the last I was in the house...if ever. I was nervous at first, but I soon found the dog bed and a sense of peace washed over me. My story wasn't over. I was going to get better...and when I did...I was going to find my forever family!

It has been over a month and I am ready. My name is Heart and I am a 40lb female Great Pyrenees mix. I have been on quite the journey to get to this point, and I hope you will welcome me home! ?

Ever since I ended up homeless I have been dreaming of a forever family. One that will love me for the rest of my life! I know it is a big decision so I had my foster family fill out this questionnaire to make sure you are 100% sure about me!

-How does your foster act when meeting new people?
She is indifferent. She might come to see you and she might not. Lol

-Has your foster been to any public settings?

-Is your foster leash trained?
Still working on it.

-Does your foster like going on walks? No.

-Would your foster enjoy hiking?

-Does your foster do on car rides?
She does well in the car.

-Does your foster jump on people?

-Describe your fosters energy level?
Heart, being an older dog is very calm and laid back.

-Is your foster a big chewer?

-Does your foster like to play fetch?

-Does your foster like to play in the water?

-Does your foster play with Toys?

-Does your foster have any food aggression?

-Does your foster resource guard?

-Do you think your foster would be okay with free-roam of the house even if you are away?

-Is your foster potty trained?

-Is your foster kennel trained?

-Where does your foster sleep at night?
Beside our bed.

-Where does your foster stay when no one is home?
Out in the house.

-Is your foster good with other dogs?

-How does your foster act around other dogs?
She wags her tail and gives a couple of sniffs and goes off to do her own thing.

-Does your foster need another dog in their new home?

-Is your foster good with cats?

-Is your foster good with kids?
She hasn’t been around any with us.

-Would your foster dog do good in an apartment?
She would not do well with stairs. She would do fine in a bottom-floor apartment.

-Is your foster a big barker?
No. We are not sure she can hear, therefore we have never heard her bark.

-What would be your fosters ideal home?

Heart would do fine as an only dog. She is very calm and laid back. She just likes to go off and find a good place to nap. She would be fine around other dogs but is not a dog to play with them.

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

Heart is an older dog that when she came to us from the shelter, she could barely walk and was very underweight. She pretty much had shut everything out. As far as we know she can’t hear. Sometimes I think she might hear but it might be more the feel of a vibration?? I feel she would do well in a house where someone is home most of the time to get the love and attention that it appears she has never had. She is so sweet, she definitely deserves that!

Phew! That took longer than I thought! Hopefully, all your questions about me were answered though! Before you apply to adopt me I have a few last things that I would like to discuss!

-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 Purcell, OK.

-Would I need 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 if I don't live in Oklahoma?
Yes, I am okay moving to a new state.

-How much is your adoption fee?
My adoption fee is $150.

That includes my DHLPP, Rabies, and Bordatella shots. I will be micro-chipped, heart-worm tested, 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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