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SAVANNAH Great Pyrenees Point Richmond, CA
- Spayed / neutered.
The Milo Foundation AnimalID is 22555 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 Savanna: Savanna was nicknamed Smiley, as when she first came to us she would watch us with interest and a big smile on her face. She came in with a group of seven other pyrs from the neglectful situation described below. I thought for sure that she would be the first to warm up to us as she seemed to have the most confidence and did not seem as fearful as the others, but she would always keep her distance, playfully smiling at me from behind a tree. We now have them in an area with access to indoors and outdoors in our main building, where they are getting used to seeing us all throughout the day. We have found that although Savanna seems to be adventurous and inquisitive, she is still unwilling to let us actually pet her and will skip away last minute. Because of this we are going to switch gears and give her and Leo more undivided one on one attention to help her past this hurdle. She will happily stand at arms length from me, smiling and eat treats, but gets confused when we reach out to make physical contact as this was not likely the norm in her last home We have high hopes that we will have the needed breakthrough with Savanna, and would love a specific patient foster home to help her get there! 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 whichThis is the Animal Description Footer
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