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!
A Labrador mix, Finn is a high energy puppy who likes water and loves to play fetch. Such a sweet boy, Finn enjoys being with his people and thinks he’s a lap dog. Finn has pretty good listening skills and has been learning some basic commands. He’s mastered potty training and crate training, and does pretty well on a leash. Finn does have an ornery side and will steal shoes and socks if left unattended. He is also very much in the chewing stage and needs chew toys to keep him occupied when home and needs crated when you’re not at home. Born on New Year’s Eve, Finn is 6 months old and weighs about 50 lbs.
Finn is ready for his furever home with you!
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Can't adopt right now, but still want to help? By sponsoring a dog, you’ll not only change their life, but you’ll also help us save the lives of many other dogs in need. Your monthly gift will help fund food, monthly preventatives, glucosamine, prescription medications, and veterinary care. We have some sanctuary dogs and dogs that have been in rescue since 2020 that we could really use your help with their monthly expenses. On average we incur a monthly expense of $100 per dog.
Sponsor a Senior
Phoenix and Sundance are 9-10 year old Great Pyrenees mix brothers that were surrendered to an Arkansas shelter due to a family illness. They have been with us since 2020 and are happy in their foster home. We feel that neither boy would make the transition to a new home well so we will love and take care of them for as long as they are with us.