Great Pyrenees, Mix
An adotable dog in Mountain Home, AR
3/11/16: Patty is hesitantly lining up for a walk now. Slow progress but there have been some significant leaps recently. She sleeps in my room up against the closed door. Guess she does not want me to leave. Getting much more receptive of being combed and adjusting to visitors without making a mad rush to hid. She still needs someone with time and patience and she will be an amazing companion.
6/29/15: Next month Patty will have been here 2 years. She, along with 9 others were feral out on 100+ acres. It has been a long, slow road to socialization. She still has a ways to go. She needs someone with a lot of patience to encourage her to trust and move forward without expecting her to be a social butterfly within a few months.
She has surpassed her sister Pumpkin in trusting and does enjoy being brushed.
No city or urban life. She must have a rural setting with at least a fenced half acre and trees. She would need doggie door access to the house full time. She needs to be allowed to familiarize herself with her surroundings and people at her own pace.
When a person takes on the responsibility and challenge of allowing a frightened. feral dog to learn to trust and relax and be happy, it is a reward that cannot be measured. The bond that dog will make with that special person will be the strongest bond any two living beings can make.
Ozark Dogs Rescue only adopts to companion homes where the dog will have inside privileges. A 6' fence is usually required but there are exceptions. A $250 adoption donation required, however, our primary goal is to get the very best home for each dog. .YES, we do adopt out of state BUT the adopter would have to come to Mountain Home for Patty
Please email inquiries to: [email protected] DO NOT use the "contact this organization" button as I may not be able to reply to you.
Ozark Dogs Rescue Organization
Mountain Home, AR
Phone: 870 508-4814
Email: [email protected]
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