Anatolian Shepherd / Great Pyrenees / Mixed (medium coat) : : Female : : Young : : Large
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Print an adoption flyer for TEXAS, DALLAS; "HARRIETTE"!
Please Note: This animal is listed as a courtesy to another organization. Please be sure to contact the foster/caretaker for more information about her.
THIS IS A COURTESY LISTING
Meet Harriette. She is a 3 yo spayed female Anatolian Shepherd x Great Pyrenees cross.
Harriette's estimated DOB is Jan 2018.
She weighs appx 80 lbs
Harriette has recently had her final injection for heartworm treatment and is expected to make a full recovery with no adverse effects.
Harriette was originally rescued from Louisiana last fall just before Hurricane Delta hit. She is now ready for her very own family!
Harriette is a super sweet girl who is looking for a person/family who knows and understands flock guardian dogs such as Anatolians and Pyrenees.
She loves her family but is often not welcoming to strangers and visitors so she is going to be happiest in a home with low foot traffic and a quiet environment.
She may do best as the only dog, however she could possibly do well with a laid back male dog who is her size or larger.
Harriette is housebroken and responds to basic commands as well as any Anatolian will! She needs a yard with secure fencing as she loves to go outside and patrol the area.
Harriette is not a candidate for a working home and she is not a candidate for an apartment home.
Adoption is limited to homes within the state of Texas.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a courtesy listing. This dog is currently adoptable but is not a part of or associated with National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue Network (NASRN), including NASRN’s adoption and/or fostering programs. The information listed for each animal was provided by individual caregivers and was not generated or verified by NASRN. NASRN makes no representations related to these animals . As with all adoptions, NASRN encourages potential adopters to gain as much information as possible before adopting these animals , including but not limited to temperament testing, consultation with a trainer, and consultation with a veterinarian.
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