This form is a request for information about your dog, not a transfer of ownership. Please note if you only have a couple of days or weeks to rehome your dog, it will be difficult for us to accomodate your surrender request. We rely on a fostering network to care for our dogs and once a dog has been accepted into the program, it can take a few weeks to find proper placement within our network.
NGPR primarily facilitates rehoming dogs in states east of the Mississippi with the exception of these seven states: Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Other than these states, if you are located west of the Mississippi, please consult our state contacts list and directly contact the organization listed for your state or a state near you.
Due to the number of inquiries we receive, we are currently focusing on helping dogs who are clearly identifiable as Great Pyrenees. A photo of a Great Pyrenees dog is featured at the left for those who are not familiar with the breed. A photo of two puppies is featured at the right. Adults usually weigh around 100 lbs and purebred Pyrs have double dew claws on the inside of both rear legs. The less your dog looks like a Great Pyrenees dog, the less likely it is that we will be able to help with the rehoming of your dog. For dogs who do not resemble these photos, please consult an all breed rescue in your area by searching here or visit this page for ideas on how to rehome your dog yourself.
We need to locate appropriate foster homes for dogs who need to be moved and it may take weeks to identify a foster home for your dog to go to.
Please click here to access the surrender form for Great Pyrenees dogs. Please have several high quality photos of your dog ready to submit to firstname.lastname@example.org with your surrender form. Submissions without good photographs are incomplete and will not be considered.