National Great Pyrenees Rescue

Beacon, NY,12508
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Yogi in TN - Loving and Attentive Boy

Great Pyrenees | Harlan County, KY

AdultMaleX-LargeWhite

About

Coat Length

Long

Vaccination

Current

House Trained

Yes

Declawed

Yes

Good in Home With

Others DogsChildren

Adoption Fees

$350.00

Meet Yogi in TN - Loving and Attentive Boy

Yogi is an early riser. But if you have a doggie door, he's perfectly happy to let himself out. He's an outdoorsy kind of pup who likes to spend his days hanging outside or playing with other dogs, preferably female. He would also do well as the only pet. Yogi has a tendency to hoard all toys with him...but he's totally fine if another pup takes his toy, because he will always take it back, usually when they are not looking :) Being a young boy, Yogi has quite an abundance of energy. He will do best in a home where his people are willing to be consistent with his training, and can dedicate time to engage in enrichment activities to maintain his physical and mental health. He's not a fan of crating but does well with free run of the home. Yogi has so much pawtential, he is just waiting for the pyrfect family to bring out all his best qualities!   NGPR Pooch Profile Name: Yogi in TN Age: 3 yrs 7 mos old as of June 2024 Color: White fluffy coat Dew Claws: double dew claws Estimated Adult Weight: 110 lbs  Current Location: NGPR approved boarding in Mosheim, TN Medical: Neutered, dewormed, negative for heartworm, up-to-date on vaccinations and currently on flea, tick and heartworm preventative. This dog travels with a Interstate Health Certificate required by the USDA confirming that all the above criteria have been met. Housebroken: yes Can be Placed With: Other female dogs, Older Kids (teenage +), No Cats Fencing: Secure VISIBLE fencing is required; invisible fencing WILL NOT contain this breed. Fees: Adoption fees are determined on a sliding scale depending on age, location and transport.  Fees for dogs adopted locally start at $400 and can range up to $700 for puppies under six months. Puppies placed on spay/neuter contracts receive $100 back when the dog is spayed or neutered. Transport costs are included in the adoption fee. Fees for senior dogs (7 or older) and foster dogs will be adjusted accordingly. NYS Registered Rescue # RR102 Our goal is to assess every application on its own merits. Key considerations are: 1) the experience of the applicant with large breed dogs 2) children in the household or regularly visiting the household are ready for a large-breed dog who is a guardian by nature and 3) the sex of other dogs currently residing in the household to avoid same-sex aggression issues. For puppies under six months old, the applicant’s ability to socialize the puppy with older dogs is a priority. If you can't foster or adopt at this time, please consider helping our Neediest Cases or making a tax-exempt donation by visiting our Donate page. Please complete the adoption application and visit nationalpyr.org to learn more about Pyrs and our adoption process. National Great Pyrenees Rescue (NGPR) is not a shelter. We are a non-profit, tax-exempt rescue who has been rescuing the breed for 15 years.  Visit nationalpyr.org to learn more about us, our mission and our breed. More Information: Questions? The fastest way to learn more about a dog is to fill out our online application. If you call or e-mail you are reducing your chances of adopting this animal as we direct our time and energy to first serving those who apply.  We have many Pyrs and Pyr mixes who need homes and not all of them are posted. You can see more of these beautiful dogs by clicking on Adoptable Dogs.

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