10-01-07 Lilly is a beautiful, well mannered pyr that should probably be called Tigger, due to her bouncing around. Unfortunately in her young 5 years she has been with 4 different families, all due to their problems, not Lilly's. Her first family was moving, her second family lived in town and she barked too much, her third family member had a heart attack, and her fourth family had an older dog, that Lilly was too much for. In her past Lilly has gotten along great with other dogs, cats, and other furry creatures, kids and babies. She is currently being fostered with all of those and is doing fine. Lilly does need some TLC to foster her self esteem. She would prefer not to share her food, she would prefer to sleep in your bed with you, and for you to take up less room than her, and she would also prefer you spend as much possible time that you have with her. Which isn't too demanding is it?? Most of all, it is very important to us, here at Great Pyrenees Rescue, that Lilly go to her forever home, that she will flourish and feel safe in. She will need a little bit more time to adjust as she is very sad leaving her last family, but we know there is someone out there for her, and deserves her sweet, loving personality. Please let us know if you feel you can give Lilly a forever home. We would also be glad to give you any further information, or answer any questions about her.
Lilly's adoption donation is $275.00.
If you are interested in adopting this dog or any other dog please do the following:
1. CLICK HERE FOR THE DIRECT LINK TO FILL OUT THE ADOPTION APPLICATION
2. We will check your vet reference.
3. We will set up for a home visit. The 5 ft or higher fencing must be in place and be very secure for the adoption to proceed.
4. If everything has passed, we will then have you work with the foster mom of the dog(s) you are interested in adopting.
5. The adoption contract must be received along with the adoption donation for the dog before a transport will be arranged.
For more information please contact Rescue Coordinator Jennifer Griffiths at Email: email@example.com
PERMANENT FENCING IS REQUIRED FOR ALL ADOPTIONS FENCING MUST BE AT LEAST 5 FT. HIGH**NOTE** The electric underground fencing is unacceptable for this breed