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: Fortuna-Samantha
Boy am I glad to be out of the shelter where I was with 30 other dogs, this nice lady said she would foster me and now I have someone who can give me lots of attention and give me some good groceries so I can gain some weight I have 2 other dogs to play with and a big back yard to run and play. Now I am just looking for my forever home!! read more


Name: Phineas
Hi, I'm Phineas. Someone found me lying on the side of the road in a lot of pain. I had been hit by a car and my femur was shattered in half. I was taken to the animal shelter, and they reached out to TGPR for help. I had surgery the very next morning! Now I am safe and recuperating at my foster's home. How lucky can a two year old guy be? More information soon! My foster said I am slowly but surely n the mends I have to start putting some weight on my foot I should be ready to go to my new home sometime in March read more


Name: Snickers
My name is Snickers that what my fosters named me, I love it. Before TGPR came along I was at a shelter waiting for someone to take me home, well my wish was granted, the nice lady who came to rescue another dog saw me also and so she got a 2 for 1. Boy am I lucky, she put out a plea for a foster and these nice folks in Houston stepped up to the plate and now I have 3 siblings, a warm bed and lots of good food, my fosters say I am very sweet More to come as I settle in and pics also My pictures are up and I am sure a very pretty girl, get your app in, I will go quick, my fosters are working on my manners read more


Name: Winston
Boy am I glad to get out of that shelter I am a big boy and I need plenty of play time which they dont have there I am now with a new foster Mommy who has lots of room for me More to come as I settle in My foster Mom will take some pics of me very soon 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.