Main Content Skip carousel of pet photos and or videos

Preciosa Great Pyrenees Kiowa, OK

  • Senior
  • Female
  • Large
  • White / Cream


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

Petfinder recommends that you should always take reasonable security steps before making online payments.

Meet Preciosa

Ready to fall in love? Meet Preciosa! You can apply to bring this girl home by filling out an adoption app with us at
Preciosa, aka Precious, is one of the easiest fosters around. She is potty trained, she is non-destructive, she is good with other dogs, she is good with cats, she walks well on a leash, and has excellent house manners. Despite this, she has been with us for 120 days now. Why...I cannot tell you. This girl is pretty darn amazing, so I guess her forever family just hasn't found her yet. However, we figured she was well past due for another photo shoot and an updated bio!
Precious is an 8.5-year-old female Great Pyrenees that weighs between 95-100lbs. She is every Great Pyrenees lover's dream. From her size, to her coat, to her derpy smiles, and lastly to her double dewclaws. She is as majestic as she is gorgeous. She is laid back in the house and spends her day sleeping on the couch or cool tile floor. When she is outside, she loves exploring the yard, doing zoomies, and sometimes just plopping down on the porch and enjoying the nice day. Precious may be older, but you should see how excited she gets when you go to grab the leash. She is so ready to go on a walk/road trip with you. If you are wondering how she rides in the car, she does WONDERFUL! She will hop right in the car, and then will just hang out.
Preciosa has not met too many people but has done great with the vet staff and family members that have come over. She is calm and does not jump on them. While she has not been to any public outings, she would probably do great at them. Remember she is older though, so would probably prefer things not be too hectic. A nice family picnic in the park would probably be her thing, a super crowded concert with lots of different things going on...probably not.
Precious does great at the house. She is not a chewer and hasn't even attempted to chew on something she shouldn't. She is not into stuffed toys, but she will pick up antlers, hooves, and other chew toys from time to time. Precious has excellent house manners and is given free-roam of the house both at night, and whenever her foster family is away. Precious is not going to be someone who will play fetch with you. The only thing that will happen when you throw that ball is she will look at you, look at the ball, and then walk off. However, if you jump from side to side and rile her up you may get her to do some popcorn jumps and play along with you for a bit. Once again, she is older so this is not an all-day thing, but she definitely still has a lot of pep in her still. Precious is a bit of a princess so while she has not had the chance to play in any water yet...I highly doubt she would be interested in going swimming. She may tread around in some water puddles though....maybe.
Precious is good with other dogs and cats. She has briefly been around younger kids but wasn't very interested in them. She is past the days where she would enjoy always being hugged and tugged on. While she loves the attention she is more like a cat...she will come to you when she wants attention but would rather not constantly be messed with. We have not noticed any kind of food aggression from Precious, but we also do not mess with her when she is eating. Luckily, she eats pretty fast so you don't have to wait long to pick up the empty bowl! We also have not noticed any resource guarding from her, but if a little kid or puppy was always on her messing with her while she was eating or trying to take her chew bone...she may get upset. Precious is not a huge barker, more like average. She is not constantly staring out the window just waiting for a chance to bark at that sketchy leaf, like some Pyrs....but if she hears something off she will definitely bark until she feels that everything is safe/okay again. Precious isn't a dog that we feel would do well in an apartment. While her energy level would be perfect, she does bark and she is a pretty big girl. It would have to be a spacious layout, on ground level, and be very dog friendly with lots of fun trails around. Ideally, she would do best in a home that has a fenced-in yard and isn't right on top of anyone else.
We are not looking for anything specific for Precious. She is a pretty easy foster and would fit into almost any home. However, she is not a dog that will be a playmate for your dog. She hasn't played with any of the dogs here, and if she ever does it would be more of a once-in-a-blue-moon type of thing. She is not a dog to get for you kid, while she loves the attention she doesn't want it every second of every day. Precious may still be playful at times, but she isn't someone who will play with you all day and enjoy going all over the place. She is more of a homebody that loves going for walks, and maybe a road trip here and there. Precious is NOT a guardian for your chickens. She has been a house dog her whole entire life, and the only thing she has ever done is guard the couch. And she does it while napping! She has quite the gift.
Precious is an amazing senior girl that still loves to play here and there, loves to chill out in the living room so she can keep an eye on everything, and would be amazing for a family that is looking for a low-maintenance dog. Precious is always up for treats, and will always be your buddy while you are eating dinner. Or actually whenever you eat anything! She will make sure you never feel lonely at mealtime. She would do great with another chill dog or as an only dog. She just wants someone who will love her for her and not expect her to do all these things but rather join their family and love her for her! ?
Precious is being fostered in Kiowa, OK. We do adopt out of state, but you would be responsible for picking your new dog up. Her adoption fee is $150 which will include her DHLPP, Rabies, and Bordatella shots. She 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.

Recommended Content

Recommended Pets

Recommended Pets



  • Great Pyrenees
  • Senior
  • Female