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.
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current medical care needed
Samuel was dumped and abandoned. He is such a sweetheart, it breaks our hearts! Sadly, he tested positive for heartworms and tick borne illness. He is going to need heartworm treatment scheduled for the end of this month. It's a painful process for the dogs and costly, between $800-$1000 per treatment. With your help, we can give Samuel a second chance at the life he deserves.
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.
Zeke is a two year old sweetheart of a pyr. He just finished his second round of heartworm treatment. He had a reaction to the first round of treatment, and is in a lot of pain. Due to complications, the treatment was over $1000. We are still in need of funds to cover his medical bills. Zeke is currently resting in his foster home and should make a full recovery.