Tristan & Isolde, Dog, Great Pyrenees (long coat)

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Species: 
Dog
Breed: 
Great Pyrenees (long coat)
Primary Breed: 
Great Pyrenees
Gender: 
Male
Home with dogs: 
Yes
Home with cats: 
Yes
Home with kids: 
Yes
Declawed: 
No
House Trained: 
No
Age: 
Young
Special Needs: 
No
Spay/neutered: 
Yes
Size: 
X-Large
Vaccinations Up to Date: 
Yes
Color: 
White
Coat Length: 
Long
Courtesy: 
No
Found: 
No
Description: 
Tristan and Isolde are 2 year old siblings, found as strays in Alabama. Although without much human contact until recently, these two are determined to be loved. They do not hide from their foster family, but hang out with everyone, in the living room, in front of the fire. They have adapted to living in a home very well. They are excellent with the other dogs, cats and children. They needed to be shaved when they came into rescue, so they look like big teddy bears, but soon they will be gorgeous; and it hasn’t stopped them from enjoying the snow! Both are being crate trained and clicker training has just begun. They have had no training, so everything is brand new, but they are smart and have good natural manners, so it is going well. We believe that Tristan and Isolde are pair bonded and must be adopted together, although we will be assessing them further. Tristan is the braver of the two, but still shy. He loves to play with other dogs and his toys. He tosses balls to himself and chases them. Other than his favourite dead pheasant stuffed toy, he is happy to share. He is a snuggle bug and likes to be petted once he has had a sniff and knows you. Isolde is a quiet, sweet girl. She is tiny, docile and gentle. She so wants to be loved. She has become very fond of her foster mom, and comes for kisses, hugs and pets on her own, and is coming out of her shell. She absolutely loves her toys; she even will pick up the whole toy basket with her mouth and prance around with it. Not shy outside in the yard, Isolde likes to play with the big dogs, although sometimes they ignore her because she is so tiny compared to the others, so she goes off to play with the cats. NGPR Pooch Profile Name: Tristan and Isolde (Ontario, Canada) Age: Approximately 2 years Color: Both: white with Badger markings on face and/or ears, some rust coloured markings on body Dew Claws: Both: double dew claw on one rear leg, single on the other Estimated Adult Weight: Approximately 80 lbs Origin: Alabama - Found as strays Current Location: NGPR and Hopeful Hearts approved foster in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Medical: Neutered / spayed, dewormed, negative for heartworm, up-to-date on vaccinations and currently on flea, tick and heartworm preventative. Both dogs travel with an Interstate Health Certificate required by the USDA confirming that all the above criteria have been met. Housebroken: No, but crate training underway (as of late December 2009) Can be Placed With: Kids, Cats, Other Dogs Fencing: Secure VISIBLE fencing is required Fees: For both dogs together: $750 ( U.S. ) (adoption fee of $450 plus a transport fee of $300 which rescue paid to bring the dog to Canada.) In the case that the dogs are adopted separately, the cost would be $450 ( U.S. ) each. If you can't foster or adopt at this time, please consider helping our Neediest Cases. Please fill out our short APPLICATION FORM and we will get back to you within 48 hours. Thanks. About Us: National Great Pyrenees Rescue (NGPR) is not a shelter. We are a not-for-profit, tax-exempt coalition of Pyr rescuers and rescue groups. We save Pyrs and Pyr mixes across the country and place them in approved foster homes to learn how they will interact with your family. Every dog who is fostered or adopted makes room for another Pyr coming out of a kill shelter. NGPR dogs are fostered for a minimum of two weeks or more, spayed or neutered and fully vetted before placement. NGPR will take back any dog who does not succeed in its new home. Many NGPR volunteers are members of the AKC breed club, adhere to their rescue guidelines for purebred Pyrs and apply these standards to the adoption of Pyr mixes as well. Visit www.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 the application form below. 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. For more information about our adoption process please visit our adoption information page. Want to help but can’t adopt now? You can make a tax-exempt donation by visiting our donation page. This exceptional Great Pyrenees dog has been selected for sponsorship by National Great Pyrenees Rescue (NGPR)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 Rescue Dogs. Love this breed? NGPR now has a Rescue Store where your purchase goes to help our rescue dogs and neediest cases.