About Donner

Date of Birth: 03/01/2018

Child Friendly: Yes

Dog Friendly: Yes

Cat Friendly: Yes

Donner is a sweet, healthy, and very handsome young Anatolian Shepherd Great Pyrenees mix. He is just over a year old and has been neutered and is up to date on vaccinations. He has a lot of love to give and enjoys lots of attention. He is currently being fostered in the Houston area in a family with 3 children and 3 other dogs. His ideal new forever home would have another dog to rough house/ romp/ play tug o war with and or some children to play with him. He would do best in a very active family. He has a lot of energy being such a young dog and if he doesn’t get enough attention and exercise tends to misbehave and create “fun” for himself in the form of chewing or taking himself for a walk. Donner loves to be with his people and gets a little nervous when they leave the house. His ideal family would be home most of the the time and take him with them on outings. He does ok when left for a few hours in the house if food is not left out on counters and he is secured inside with the doggie door closed and he has something great to chew on. He also enjoys listening to music or TV to keep him from getting lonely. Someone is almost always at home with him. Donner has not been crate trained but he knows how to use the doggie door well. He currently goes for a long walk with his pack early every morning. He has not been to a dog park but would probably love it and get some great exercise there. Donner has gotten better about riding in the car and last time he willingly jumped in and did great! He prefers to sleep in bed with his people but would be fine on the floor next to the bed. He likes to lay on the tile floor. Donner likes the outdoors and watching squirrels. His most recent hobby is chasing little lizards around the yard. Donner is a sweetheart that will appreciate your love. He is around 95 pounds but so gentle! Apply today for this sweet snuggle boy.

The poor dog, in life the firmest friend. The first to welcome, foremost to defend.
--Lord Byron