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MAGGIE Great Pyrenees Point Richmond, CA
- Spayed / neutered.
The Milo Foundation AnimalID is 22556 and the Current Location is in Foster Care. Please see our website www.milofoundation.org for the current status of this animal. Foster notes: She is fearful, but never aggressive. She dislikes noise and activity. No training other than walking on leash. Does well w/ other dogs, is submissive, no resource guarding. She needs an adult-only home with someone to stay home with her, help her trust, it's a slow process. Sanctuary Notes On Maggie: Maggie was the mom of the beautiful Pyr pups that were born here at the sanctuary and have since all found loving homes. Maggie came to us pregnant with her family members from the neglectful home described below. When she arrived to us with her seven family members in the back of a horse trailer she was very frightened and as we then discovered, almost full term with pups. It was not until she had her pups that we were able to pet her and show her that we meant her no harm. At no point when we were handling them did she ever try to stop us, which would have been understandable. Maggie still has along ways to go in building her confidence, but she is not an aggressive girl in the least and needs someone to help her adjust to being loved. Maggie is the most submissive of the females. We do not feel that she will ever get to the point where she is bounding around a dog park and jumping up and licking strangers, but we feel that she could certainly form a close bond with a special and patient person and live a happy and quiet life with them. Maggie is the smallest of the group, and for reasons unknown to us only has half of a tail. She is a gentle yet timid girl that is looking for her place in the world. 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 thThis is the Animal Description Footer
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