Welcome | National Great Pyrenees Rescue

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NGPR's Happy Endings Calendar July 2014 
Welcome to the home of National Great Pyrenees Rescue (NGPR), the first place to look on the Internet for a rescued Great Pyrenees or to connect with a Pyr rescue group. NGPR is an all-volunteer, tax-exempt, non-profit organization whose mission is to save and rehome rescued Pyrenees coast-to-coast in the U.S. and Canada.

We've been leading the fight to save Pyrs and Pyr mixes since 2006. Our online application makes it easy to apply for a dog but we offer much more than an online placement service.  

We give adopters expert advice and information about the breed so they can make the right choice and we stay with them throughout the adoption process and beyond. After that, our bi-monthly newsletter helps us keep in touch.

NGPR supports Pyr rescue efforts across the country, encourages the start-up of new Pyr rescue groups and urges all Pyr rescuers to work together to save more Pyrs.

2013 was our busiest year ever with 728 Pyrs placed in qualified, furever homes from Maine to Washington state and Canada, an average of 14 dogs a week. We're 10% ahead of last year's pace with 441 adoptions for 2014 through July 20. We understand that not everyone can foster or adopt, so if you can support the medical, transport and boarding needs of this dedicated, ongoing effort, please donate to save a life. We thank everyone for their support which makes national, organized Pyr rescue possible.

Meet Miss Meg

MegWe are featuring a different Pyr every week in this spot. Meg in OH is a six-  month old mixed-breed puppy with a sweet personality.

 

Calling All Photogenic Pyrs!

KaiserWe are now accepting submissions for
our 2015 Happy Endings Calendar and Cover Contest. For more information and instructions, click here.

Thank You for Your Support

MembershipDecalWe want to thank everyone for the tremendous support we received during our first membership drive. If you missed out on the campaign, you can still join.

 

The Trials of Job, Our Neediest Case

JobJob's story is about how love, attention and astute medical care can triumph over illness and years of neglect.

Current Activity

Dallas Adoptions 7/20

Dallas, Maggie, Basket, Liberty, Patches, Annabella, Jellybean, Bridgette, Spirit on the East Coast; Melody from Oklahoma; Daisy and Lily from MO, Millie and Missy in TX, Angus in AZ and Lobo, Tillie, Andrew, Arthur and Angus on the West Coast.

 

 

Featured Dogs

bturonpups Puppies (Up to six months)

New litter of  pups in rescue. Click on the puppy fee link to get started now, and have your pick of the litter.

WallClockVisit the Pyr Rescue Store!

Time to Shop

Wall clocks, travel mugs, tees and more can be found on our Cafe Press site.

 

 

 

Lady

Youngsters (6 mos.-3 years)

Lady really is a lady, leash trained and house-broken, about 2 years old currently in New York. See more adoptable rescue dogs here.

 

 

VolunteerHelp Wanted

We are recruiting rescue volunteers to help behind the scenes and on the front lines. Find out what you can do to help rescue.
 

  Harrison/MAAdults (3-6 years)

Harrison is a 3 1/2 year old male being fostered in MA who is truly a gentle giant. See more adoptable rescue dogs here.

 

 

KaiserLearn About the Breed

Information and resources to help you decide if this is the breed for you. Great Pyrenees are from the group of dogs classified by the AKC as working dogs.

 

 

  GraysonSeniors (7-and up)

Grayson is a compatible male, ten- years young, being fostered in NJ. See more adoptable rescue dogs here.

 

 

HeidiFoster Families Needed

Fostering Saves Lives Fostering a dog makes room for another dog to come into rescue from a kill shelter. Please read about our foster program.

 

 

  bruceOur Portland Pick 

Camille is one of many Pyrs from Texas traveling to Oregon to find a home. Click here for more Pyrs in the Northwest.

 

 

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