Adopted: Sherlock

Hello!! My name is Sherlock! I am an adorable, sweet, loving, very affectionate and curious boy!

    Quick Fact Sheet:

  • Age: 4 years old
  • Breed: Great Pyrenees/hound mix
  • Size: 60 pounds
  • Gender: Male, neutered
  • Good with…
  • Dogs? Yes!
  • Cats? Maybe, see below
  • Kids? Yes, see below


I came in as a stray to a very overcrowded, high-kill shelter in Tennessee, where I was going to be put to sleep because I had heartworms. This was a totally curable illness, not contagious, but sometimes in these shelters it’s “one strike and you’re out.” Lucky for me, they said I was just too special and one of their trainers took me under her wing so I could get treatment (I’m all better now!), and then helped get me into a rockin’ CDR foster home!


If you’re looking for a perfectly mellow, gentlemanly dog, look no further than me. … Continue reading

Adopted: Nevin and Natalie

Hi! We are Nevin and Natalie! We are a bonded pair (maybe daddy and daughter?) and are the most special pair of dogs imaginable. Really. Our foster mom says we are the 2 nicest Great Pyrenees dogs that she has ever had the pleasure to know, which is a stunning statement, because she has rescued and fostered easily 75 of them, and pretty much every one has been a total gem! Wowza! That kind of praise makes us a little embarrassed, but it’s mighty nice to be seen to be so extra special!

    Quick Fact Sheet:

  • Breed: Both purebred Great Pyrenees dogs
      Age and Sizes:

    • Nevin is about 4 years old and about 85 pounds.
    • Natalie is about 2 years old and about 90 pounds.
  • Good with dogs: Yes, both of them like dogs!
  • Good with cats: Not yet tested, but highly likely. Great Pyrs are almost … Continue reading


Hi! My name is Cooper, and I am a very sweet, affectionate, 1 1/2 year old, neutered male Great Pyrenees mix!

    Quick Fact Sheet:

  • Age: 1 1/2 years old
  • Breed: Great Pyrenees mix
  • Gender: Male, neutered
  • Size: about 70 pounds but needs to put on some weight
  • Good with dogs: Yes!
  • Good with cats? No! Barks and growls at them, not a good sign…
  • Good with kids? Yes!


I come all the way from KY, where I was originally in a high-kill, very crowded shelter, and it’s a pretty amazing thing that I am alive right now. The shelter needed to make some space, so called their veterinarian to come and put to sleep those of us who had been there for a little while, but when the vet met me, she just couldn’t do it. I was too sweet, she thought, and far too friendly. … Continue reading