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You never think that it is going to be you. I never thought I would be a dog who ended up homeless. Who ended up on the urgent list in the shelter. It shouldn't have happened. I should be with my forever family right now. Then again, I guess that is what every homeless dog thinks. Life doesn't always go as planned. Thankfully, I was welcomed to this rescue's fluffy butt family after a shelter volunteer reached out to them about me. I landed in a fantastic foster home, and am very excited to find my forever people! ♥
My name is Sabry and I am a 12-month-old, 58lb male Great Pyrenees/Aussie mix. I have a more playful personality and am always up for playing fetch, with the other dogs, or going for a walk!
Below you will find what my foster has to say about me!
"Sabry is an absolute joy! He is goofy and so eager to please! He watches you so intently like he is trying to understand what you are saying. If someone puts in the training time this boy could be the smartest most loyal dog! But he would be bored and find his own fun if you left him in the yard all day. He wants to be in your lap at first to greet you and smother with kisses but then lays contentedly at your feet. He has never growled at us or another dog."
??To My New Family (Part 1)??
I am very excited to meet you, but before you apply to adopt me I need you to know some important things about me. I have compiled a list below ?
? I am a sensitive dog. I am not shy and meet people willingly however at times seem to pick up on people of questionable character. My foster mom's daughter is also sensitive and the same people she was getting a bad vibe from I was as well. It was very interesting. One could say I am a very good judge of character. ;) I don't jump on people unless they ask me to give them a hug. I haven't been to any public outings, but my fosters recently threw an event at their house and I did well.
? I have not shown to be a big chewer in my foster home. I do enjoy toys and tend to favor the ropes and balls! I do play fetch, but only for a little. Once I am finished I will trot off with the ball. I have not had a chance to play in any big bodies of water. However, I do seek out mud puddles on walks, and will blow bubbles in the water bowl!
? I am potty trained. However, I am NOT a fan of the kennel. I hate being locked in one or in a room. I have free-roam of the house with access to a doggie door when my foster family is gone. At night, I sleep in the bedroom with my foster parents.
? I know food aggression and resource guarding are common with rescue dogs. I have not shown signs of having either in my foster home. It is important that this is something my family be aware of and still monitor should they have other dogs in my new home. Always better to be prepared just in case ?
? I love being around other dogs and playing with them. I am one of those dogs who tries to immediately play with a dog I just met!
?I am being fostered around cats and do great with them.
? I am good with kids of all ages. Though, I seem to be most comfortable when they are older than 5. I was around a three-year-old yesterday and was a little anxious around him. I got used to him but still wanted to be right in his face. Where as my fosters nephews (10 & 12) could run and play and I happily joined them.
?I believe that I would be fine in an apartment setting if my owners had a good exercise plan in place. I tend to only be vocal if there is cause to be. I am working on my leash training, but am catching on quickly. I really love going for walks! I am nervous about getting in the car, but once in I ride really well!
?I am being fostered in Broken Arrow, OK. We do not send our dogs on transports or ship them. This means my new family needs to pick me up, even if they are out of state.
?My adoption fee is $225. That includes 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.
??To My New Family (Part 2)??
I am very ready to find my forever family, however, I want to make sure that not only am I a good fit for you but that you are a good fit for me! Below you will find some of the things that I hope for in my new home
My ideal home would be one that has another playful dog. If they don't, I would need someone who is home all day and active. I love going for walks, playing fetch, and would make an amazing hiking buddy! An older kiddo who is looking for a best friend would also be amazing! I would love to be able to sleep in bed with my new family as well.
Do you think you could be the family for me? If so, please apply to adopt me at https://www.pyrpawsandfluffytailsrescue.com/adoption-app
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