Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you!

Great Pyrenees Rescue Society Meet Up

This past weekend, we had the opportunity to meet some adoptable dogs and alumni from the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society. It was absolutely amazing to be in a room full of pyrs and pyr mixes – so much floof!

I’m just going to let the photos do the talking in this post 🙂

Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you!

Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you! Ever wonder what it would be like to be in a room full of Great Pyrenees floof? Don't worry - we have plenty of pictures for you!

Now, was that a whole lot of Great Pyrenees adorableness or what? If you’re in the Seattle area, the next Meet and Greet is July 16th in Ballard! I’ll be posting more as I find out further details 🙂

If you’re interested in a dog from Great Pyrenees Rescue Society, head to their website or check out their Facebook page for more information!

9 comments on “Great Pyrenees Rescue Society Meet Up”

  1. I think it’s great when the breed rescues bring the community together. It’s a great chance to talk with people who have rescued and events also sometimes help educate those who are interested. I’ve seen the local Pyrenees Breed Rescue at a couple of local events and from my experience they are one of the best at talking to people about the positives and the challenges of adopting their specific breed. Even when people ask the “stupid” questions they always seem to have a well rehearsed patient answer that is respectful of the venue.

    It is an example for all

    • Sheltie Times, I’m with this rescue and really curious where you are located! We do our events in Portland(at Hip Hound) and Seattle. I’m going to tell my mom in law about your blog. They are a sheltie family and rescued a short coated collie a few years back. I’m sure they would love to rescue another sheltie at some point. Where did your rescue pups come from?

  2. For about 15 years I did Pyr rescue in San Diego County area. Now I’m too old and infirm to deal with the big guys. Still the love of my life. They really are GREAT Pyenees

  3. I just adopted from the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society in TX and our girl is roughly 5 months. I have successfully trained a a “difficult” Border Collie and Golden Retriever, but I’m having a much harder time with this sweet but mischievous girl…including housebreaking which was a breeze for my other dogs😬 Can you direct me to some good resources on the Pyrenees that could help me with training? I literally cannot turn my back for a second, even standing by her side, or she’ll dig, chew, or use the house as her bathroom. And she runs from us and is now trying to bite us as we try to grab her collar. She is already Alpha to our 6 year old, territorial border collie and she’s only been with us 3 weeks😓 Sending out an SOS

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