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Rescue Me ID: 14-12-11-00096Ghost (male)

Great Pyrenees    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Ghost is a 9/10 month old albino great pyrneese puppy. He is so sweet, lives to play, great on walks, and so friendly. Makes a great running/walking companion. He is big- 80+lbs and will get bigger. He is friendly with other dogs, but doesn't realize his own size and can play a bit too rough for some just because he's big. He is crate trained at night. Sits and comes on command. Great on a leash. A friend of a family member was moving and giving him away. He is beautiful and so cool and I just had to have him. However, my old grouchy dog does not agree. Regretfully, I need to find a happy home for this awesome dog.

     Animal Location:

Bernalillo County Corrales, NM MAP IT!

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Shelby Hohsfield 505-401-1866

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Great Pyrenees in New Mexico
    Great Pyrenees Dogs can make good pets in New Mexico if they match your IifestyIe. The Great Pyrenees is a huge, fluffy herding dog. Independent and protective, the Great Pyrenees is devoted to its family and somewhat stubborn. Great Pyrenees need to be socialized with children as puppies. This breed is an imposing guardian but is gentle unless threatened or provoked. Great Pyrenees need large yards and are best suited to cold climates. Great Pyrenees are affectionate toward non-canine pets, especially cats!

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    The Great Pyrenees was the official dog of the French Royal Court. The Great Pyrenees is related to the St. Bernard. The Great Pyrenees probably originated in ancient times in Siberia or Asia.

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Great Pyrenees Rescue

New Mexico Animal Rescue
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Bernalillo County - Albuquerque, New Mexico 87192
Animal Protection of New Mexico 505-265-2322

Rio Arriba County - Alcade, New Mexico 87511
Northern New Mexico Animal Protection 505-753-8662

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