Pyrenees Rescue Association, Inc. (AGPA,Inc.) The purpose of this
site is to help unite Great Pyrenees dogs with their prospective new
Great Pyrenees Club & Rescue (NM) centered in Albuquerque, New Mexico,
we serve the entire state of New Mexico. The EGPC operates an extensive
breed rescue to protect Great Pyrenees from abandonment and abuse. Learn
more about pure breed rescue and to see the dogs available for adoption.
Great Pyrenees Club of
America's Rescue program is a small all-volunteer, 501(c)(3)
not-for-profit organization devoted to placing orphaned and displaced
Great Pyrenees in suitable, loving homes.
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Great Pyrenees Rescue of Greater
Chicago is an all-volunteer,501(c)(3)
not-for-profit organization devoted to (1) placing orphaned and displaced
purebred Great Pyrenees in responsible, loving homes, and (2) educating
the public about the Great Pyrenees breed. We know and love this breed,
and want each and every adoptive family to learn to know and love them as
Association of Southern California Rescue The dogs pictured on this
site are available for adoption through Great Pyrenees Rescue of Northern
Great Pyrenees Rescue of Southern
California is an all-volunteer organization, supported by
contributions from dog lovers like you. Located in Riverside, CA, they
rescue and adopt primarily Large Breed "Gentle Giant" dogs, as well as a
few smaller "Little Giant" breeds, and find them qualified, safe, loving
homes as inside members of the family.
Michigan Great Pyrenees Rescue is a
group of people interested in the welfare and preservation of this
Rescue (NEPR) in Connecticut is the rescue arm of Pyrenean Fanciers of
the Northeast—our goal is to find permanent homes for all Pyrs who need
Oklahoma Great Pyrenees Rescue
Association Dogs pictured on this site are available for adoption.
Penn Dutch Great Pyrenees Club Rescue in Eastern PA Information on
placing or adopting a Great Pyrenees dog in the eastern Pennsylvania
Texas Great Pyrenees
Rescue was started because one Pyr lover was thrown headfirst into the
problems of backyard breeding in Texas and its inhumane treatment of pyrs
by finding a breeding pair of dirty, mistreated, unloved great pyrs in her
own urban neighborhood. From that person's experience of seeing the lack
of responsive rescue assistance for such pyrs in need, TGPR was created to
provide an organized group of caring members to help the overwhelming
number of pyrs in need in Texas.
Giants Rescue We rescue and adopt primarily giant breed "Gentle
Giant" dogs, as well as a few smaller "Little Giant" breeds, from people
who love them but who can no longer keep them, and we find them
qualified, safe, loving homes as inside members of the family. We take
them whether they are perfect, or whether they have been injured and are
in need of major or minor medical care. This is our charity and we will
rescue and save every life.
Great Pyrenees Rescue In The News
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