TGPR has many Great Pyrenees throughout the state of Texas waiting for a new home.


If you are interesting in adopting one of dogs, or volunteering, please fill out an application.

How To

TGPR is an all volunteer organization, and we can only save these gentle giants with help from the public. Will you help?

Meet Our

TGPR has a team of dedicated volunteers and fosters.

Featured Dog

Jessie Green

Hi! My name is Jessie Green, and Iím sure glad to meet ya! Iím a 2 Ĺ year old lady, and Iím told I have such pretty markings and a beautiful smile! Sit down, and let me tell you about my storyÖ My human mommy had a little person, and was overwhelmed with taking care of us, so I went to a home, but their fence was not so great, and seeing I love to roam and explore, I would slip out, and go a-wandering! When out one time, I met a nice boy, and ended up a little bit pregnant! After me babies, found homes, the people there could not keep me, so they found me a very nice lady to foster me, until I get lucky and find my very own furever home! My foster mom has been making sure Iím putting on my before puppy weight, and is giving me all the love and attention I can handle! Iím VERY sweet and gentle, and I appreciate the privilege of having a nice home with caring people, and show it! Iím potty trained, I have great house manners, I like my crate for my ďalone timeĒ, and I like other pups and even cats! Kids are fun also! I can run and play with them! I do like my privacy when I eat, Iím not being greedy, Iím just learning that I donít have to worry about meals anymore. And Iím learning how to walk on a leash. So, if you have any questions, or think Iíd be perfect for your family, please go to INFO@TXPYRS.ORG, and ask! Remember, my name is Jessie Green! Thanks for listening! read more

Adoption Tails

Our Mission Statement

TGPR is a 501.c.3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to the protection and rescue of Great Pyrenees in Texas and surrounding areas.

TGPR helps Great Pyrenees that are considered at-risk for physical/mental injury, cruelty and abandonment and that may be subject to euthanasia and inhumane treatment.

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