Livestock Guardian Dogs
All of the dogs shown on this page are available for adoption through the Texas Great Pyrenees Rescue.
Name: Ethel (LGD)
(ADOPTION PENDING K.D.)LGD Hello I am Ethel, I was born on 4/1/2015. I am part of the "lucy" show litter. We were all born in the pasture and have been with livestock since. This the update from my foster: I am turning into a great LGD. I like guarding the baby goats I am really shy and need a nice partner and a quiet field to take care of. I do not need a lot of human interaction. Just give me a goat or two.
Name: Hunter LGD
(ADOPTION PENDING K.D.)HI ya'all! My name is Hunter. I am a male Livestock Guardian born approx 10/2015. I am from down by Navasota. My mom is a Maremma and my dad is an Akbash. My litter was bred specifically to be pure D 100% LGDS!!! Only the lady who bred us didn't need all us puppies, so I ended up coming to TGPR! I am hoping they will help me find my ranch where I can take care of goats. That's my passion and that's what I want to do! So do you have a job for me, cuz I am ready to go to work!
Name: Kidd LGD
adoption pending***TK***My Name is Kidd. I was born approx 4/2013. I am a livestock dog that was raised to guard fighting cocks. I did it very well. My owner no long fights so he no longer wants me. I don't bug the cows next door but I really want to be with my birds and kids.I get along with other dogs and have been exposed to goats and cows.
Name: Topaz (LGD)
I'm Topaz. I was born 3/8/2015. I'm super awesome. I'm still young and learning the ropes of this whole LGD thing, but I'm currently out with sheep, goat and a cow. I have been around pigs but just not happy about being around them. I'm doing pretty well but I need some time to mature. My mom and dad were both working pyrs but my daddy had some golden lab in him. My fur is thick but short and I've got a bushy pyr tail thrown in for good measure. I'm affectionate with people and will run to you in the field to say hi (oh, and of course you're going to feed me too at the same time!). I'd be great on a hobby farm or with an older pyr in a larger field to show me the ropes. Thanks Topaz
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