You can give the gift of a second chance to a pyr in need.
Our supporters change and save the lives of lost, abandoned and abused dogs in the Midwest each year.
Great Pyrenees Rescue Group of Missouri works tirelessly to provide shelter, medical care, and advocacy for pyrs in need. When you donate to GP Rescue, you are providing a life-saving and life-changing gift to furry friends in need.
We are so grateful for our supporters, who have gone above and beyond opening their hearts and wallets to ensure these animals receive the care, patience, and second chance at life they deserve.
your support makes all the
difference in the lives of these rescues
Without you, we would not be able to take in many of these dogs that need our help. Your generous gift will go to provide a second chance at the homes, health and happiness these precious pyrs deserve.
sponsor a pyr program
Phoenix is a 9-10 year old Great Pyrenees mix that was surrendered to an Arkansas shelter due to a family illness. He has been with us since 2020 & is happy in his foster home. We feel that he would not make the transition to a new home well, so we will love and take care of him for as long as he is with us.
Can't adopt right now, but still want to help?
Sponsoring a pyr makes it easy to help a pup in need.
On average, it costs $100 per pyr to provide food and preventatives each month. When you sponsor, not only will you be helping them, but you'll also help us save the lives of many other pyrs in need.
Your monthly gift will help fund food, preventatives, prescription medication & veterinary care for a pyr awaiting their forever home. Your sponsorship can be a one-time only or a recurring monthly gift.
We think Roscoe is about 7 years old and lived a hard life before he came to us. He has been with us since 2021 as he needs a very specific home. Roscoe has old joints so he takes daily carprofen and glucosamine and needs a home without long flights of stairs. Roscoe also does not love storms so CBD helps to calm him.
Sponsor Train, leo or kody
Train, Leo, and Kody are all big lovable boys that were surrendered to us in 2020. Train’s family moved and couldn’t take him with them. Leo was escaping the fence and ended up at a Kansas shelter needing rescue when his owners didn’t claim him. And Kody was surrendered to rescue because he and the other male dog in the home were not getting along.
Train, Leo, and Kody are all doing well in their foster home, but they attach themselves to one person in the home so they each need a very specific Furever home! Until we find that right home, we will love and care for them!