Adoptable Dogs

Houston and Surrounding Counties

All of the dogs shown on this page are available for adoption through the Texas Great Pyrenees Rescue.

 

Name: Bess
Meet the lovely Bess! She's a fun, active girl who will keep you busy. She's dog friendly, playful and just so darn cute! She is part red heeler which means she's also a smart girl who will keep you challenged and need a job - but she'll learn really fast. An active family will be best for her personality. She's good with other dogs, and loves the people! read more

 

Name: Cleo
Cleo the red! Isn't she just the cutest!? This fluffy, fun, active girl is good with dogs and all of the people. She's a snuggler, and a tugger. Smart, playful and energetic. Being part red heeler, she is also going to be smart as a whip, and will need a job to do - something to keep her mind busy so she stays out of trouble. Agility? Running or hiking? Should be easy for her! This girl is going to be a BLAST! read more

 

Name: Darby
I everyone, thanks to a kind gentleman who found me on a patch of grass where he be here today, he took me home and had to give me 3 baths just to get the ticks and bugs off of me. He tried to find my parents but no luck He reached out to our organization for help In the meantime he took me to the vet and got me all caught up on shots at his expense. I am in a nice home with another pup and I know I will warm up to my new foster mommy quickly and my pyr buddy Foster Mom will get some good pictures so you can see how beautiful I am More to come as I settle in Thanks TGPR for giving me a second chance at life read more

 

Name: Gidget
I am going to anew foster home where I can lots of TLC and decompress, more to come -------- Gidget came in severely underweight, injured, and having just had a litter of pups. She is very timid but with the help of her fosters she is starting to learn that food comes regular and maybe people are there to love you. read more

 

Name: Jolie
I was found roaming the streets and a nice person brought me to the shelter before I got hit by a car. I had no collar or microchip. The shelter was very noisy and very lonely and I was scared. Luckily, the shelter people called TGPR and got me out of there. I am great with people and kids. I get along with some dogs, as long as they know I am in charge. Honestly though, I would like to be the only dog because I want all the attention! read more

 

Name: Meeker
More info to come as my foster mom gets to know me, I am a follower of Jett, unless he is going to get into to much trouble, I like to hang back by myself and get in the wading pool, I am play pen trained , I love attention and try to follow directions but its hard at times because of my sibling pressure I am ready to go to my new home and get all the attention!! read more

 

Name: Opal
I have to get lots of rest and some good foods, I have been on my own for a while and I am very weak My foster Mommy will get me up and running in no time and then I will be available for adoption. I am so glad to to be in foster care. I am so much younger than these photos show. Check back and see how pretty I get as I get stronger again. More info to come. read more

 

Name: Sioux
Sioux is a gorgeous Pyr, about 100 lbs with a big blocky head and soulful eyes. Itís estimated that he was born in early 2013. Heís a Velcro dog that loves to hang out with you, walks well on a leash, does great in a crate, and will sleep quietly at your bedside. Sioux is also an anxious dog and needs an experienced owner that can handle his rare growly behavior when he is confronted with a stranger too fast or one that he is not yet familiar enough with. He never shows a growly side to his family, but he can with strangers in the home or friends of the family that he doesnít know. He will only be adopted to an experienced dog owner that is comfortable with this personality of dog with no pre-teens in the house. Heís also doing wonderful on generic Prozac, which costs less than $10 a month. Are you that special adopter that can give him a furever home? read more

Discipline isn't about showing a dog who's boss; it's about taking responsibility for a living creature you have brought into your world.
--Cesar Millan.