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.
Gypsy was a stray in Arkansas found wandering. Finders could tell she had had puppies recently but no puppies were found. Gypsy was still lactating and one of her teats was swollen. We asked finders to rush her to the vet and the vet determined she has mastitis, is tick borne positive and also heart worm positive.
She is being treated for mastitis and tick borne illness and will start her heart worm treatment soon, we can use all the help we can get.
sponsor a pyr program
Phoenix is a senior who has been in foster care for over 7 months. He would really love a sponsor (or a forever home)!
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 $70 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, monthly preventatives, & veterinary care for a pyr awaiting their forever home. Your sponsorship can be a one-time only or a recurring monthly gift.
Simon will be going through TPLO surgery for a knee injury. Typically full recovery is 8 weeks and then he can be medically cleared for adoption. He would love someone to foster him during his recovery or have a sponsor!