Adopt Scotia -in eastern NY a White Great Pyrenees / Mixed dog in Lee
Please go to our website if you are interested in one of our dogs. It explains the process and has an application you can fill out there. http://www.nepyresq.org/page/adoption-process-guidelines-48.html Dog name and description:Scotia is a 5 years old spayed female. She had surgery on her left rear leg last year. We did her right rear leg and is recovering nicely. She will need a only dog home and would prefer carpet to smooth floors. She is afraid of slipping and falling. She is smart and doing well in her foster home. She has a cat like personality. When she wants to be left alone she will let you know. Similar to a cat when it is done being petted. THIS IS NOT A WORKING DOG AND WILL NOT BE PLACED AS ONE. IT WOULD BREAK THE DOG'S HEART. THE APPLICATION PROCESS CAN BE FOUND ON OUR WEBSITE AThttp://www.nepyresq.org/page/adoption-process-47.html.OUR DOGS ARE IN FOSTER HOMES ACROSS THE NORHTEAST. AFTER YOU ARE APPROVED YOU WILL BE GIVEN THE CONTACT INFORMATION FOR THE FOSTERS SO YOU CAN GO MEET THE DOG (S) . YOU CAN NOT TRAIN A PYRENEES TO STAY IN YOUR YARD WITHOUT A FENCE. IT IS IN THEIR NATURE. IF YOU WANT A DOG TO WALK OFF LEASH WITH YOU THIS IS NOT THE BREED FOR YOU. The adoption fee is waived. You will receive a copy of their medical records when you adopt. If you have never had a Pyr Puppy you need to read this : http://www.nepyresq.org/page/i-want-a-great-pyrenees-puppy-50.html. We DO NOT accept INVISIBLE fencing for the following reasons:1) Most Pyrs ignore the pain and go through it.2) This is a guardian breed and this fencing does not keep people or other animals out of your yard. The Pyr could take them as a threat or be attacked by them. Most of these dogs are not a dog park breed. They bark a lot and can bother your neighbors.
July 8 on Adopt-a-Pet.com