San Antonio and Surrounding Counties
All of the dogs shown on this page are available for adoption through the Texas Great Pyrenees Rescue.
This sweet little girl just came to us and we are not sure if she is not yet a year old or simply a "Pocket Pyr". She only weighs about 60 lbs and looks like she might have a bit of Saluki or Borzoi in her lineage. She has the cutest freckles on her face! She is very shy, but is with a wonderful TGPR foster family who will help her gain confidence. More soon! read more
Buttercup (MEDICAL HOLD) is a wonderful name for a smaller Pyr mix girl who is the definition of sweetness. This lovely puppy is a happy and affectionate girl. Sadly, she was born with malformations in her hips and spine and shoulder joints. These caused her to be in pain. The shoulders were successfully repaired in summer 2020. Total hip replacement surgery of the right hip was performed on 13 October 2020. Buttercup will need 3 months of restricted and gradually increasing activity. The surgeon is hopeful that replacement of this hip will be sufficient to allow Buttercup a happy life with normal activity. read more
Chieva is a 4 year old female who came to TGPR from Good Samaritans in South Texas who rescued her and then turned to TGPR to get her vetting and a wonderful new home. Her foster says she is a very fast learner and fit in right away with their dogs. She did test positive for heartworm disease and we will help her get rid of those. read more
George is a big young adult male who was taken in for care by a Good Samaritan family after roaming in the area for weeks. He has a friendly, "live and let live" personality. George enjoys hanging out at the country home with his foster's small dogs. He has been around their horses and seems to have little interest in them. The family cat is fun for George to watch, but runs off if he seems too interested. More to come soon on this country boy. read more
Heidi is a beautiful 4 year old Great Pyrenees female surrendered to TGPR in November due to the owner's stressful health issues. Heidi loves to play with other dogs, big or little. She is shy around humans that she doesn't know and takes a little time to feel safe. At her foster home, we are letting the dogs there teach her that she is in a relaxed and happy place. Heidi shows no aggression... she is just timid with strangers. We expect this lovely girl will be a sweet companion in time. read more