Great Pyrenees Rescue of Missouri is a state-licensed, 501(c)(3), foster-based rescue dedicated to saving all Great Pyrenees who are without a home, need medical attention or need a safe-haven as they await their forever home. All of the Great Pyrenees in our care live in foster homes until a forever home can be found. We rescue without regard to health, age, or ease of placement.
We are committed to placing 100% of adoptable pyrs into new homes, and providing these dogs who enter our care with the resources they need to be happy, healthy, and ultimately, find new homes.
It is only through the generosity of donations that we are able to help lost, abandoned and abused dogs in Missouri and surrounding states. A special thanks to those who support Great Pyrenees Rescue of Missouri!
7 month old Sugar is aptly named as she is an absolute sweetheart who loves to snuggle and give kisses. She would rather give you a hug than eat a meal! Sugar is still a bit shy of new things, but she is getting more confident.
Sugar loves to watch the big dogs play in her foster home and will also join in. She gives the Pyr paw, likes squeaky toys, and likes to lay in the cool mud. Sugar is house trained, knows sit, and does fine in the car. She is working on leash training.
Are you ready to give this sweet girl a home?
pyr love hoodies
Fall is here, Sweatshirts are back, and our LOVE for Great Pyrenees never waivers! Our own Caitlin Brinker designed our new, cozy sweatshirt. They are available in 6 colors and Pyrfect for hanging out at home, watching football or staying warm while enjoying the outdoors.
Each sale we make benefits our rescue and we are able to help more dogs. We appreciate your support. We cannot do what we do without you!
urgent medical need
Diego is a 1.5 year old pyr mix who has been with us since October. He was hit by a car as a puppy and didn't receive proper medical attention. Diego has been on pain meds to ease his pain and is scheduled to see a specialist in hopes of saving his leg. More than likely he will need an amputation, which will cost over $2000. Diego can use all the help he can get, let's get this pup healthy and happy together.