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LEO Great Pyrenees Point Richmond, CA
- Spayed / neutered, special needs.
The Milo Foundation AnimalID is 22551 and the Current Location is at the Milo Sanctuary. Please see our website www.milofoundation.org for the current status of this animal. Sanctuary Notes on Leo: Leo, oh Leo!... This handsome young man is one of seven Great Pyrenees taken in by the Milo Sanctuary from the neglectful situation described further below. Leo is the most fearful and timid of the group and still has quite a road ahead of him if he is going to be able to be adopted as a pet. He is in no way aggressive, but will still sound the alarm and flee when aproached by people. He seems to take comfort in his male relatives and will rush to their side, and we are only able to pet him when he has situated himself directly on top of Malakai. He is a beautiful boy that is not aggressive, but as he will even at times submissively urinate when we are petting him, he will need more intervention than the others if he is going learn to trust people. We are going to be working more closely with Leo and his sister Savanna to see if we can have a breakthrough, and would be happy to discuss them with people who feel that they may be able to help. It may honestly be that Leo would be happiest without having to have human interaction, but we don't want to give up trying just yet! Group notes: Milo took in seven beautiful yet under-socialized Pyrenees that had been seized from a hoarding situation, but were then set for euthanasia due to lack of space at the shelter. We have been working with them to gain their trust as they were not raised as family members, and some are making great strides. Because of this, they are looking for very patient, understanding and rural homes that will continue to work with them to help them to realize their full potential. None of these dogs have ever bitten anyone and even the most fearful will run and bark when scared or unsure of a situation rather than show outward aggression. They had not been raised walking on a leash and were living in a large fenced area together which they had never left and were used for breeding, cared for by a man with mental illness until seized by animal control forThis is the Animal Description Footer
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