Adoptable Dogs

Livestock Guardian Dogs

All of the dogs shown on this page are available for adoption through the Texas Great Pyrenees Rescue.


Our Adoptable Dogs

Name: Ethel (LGD)

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

HI ya'all! My name is Hunter and 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: Jack LGD

*****LGD****** Dude, I am so ready to find my own pasture to hang out. I like Cows, sheep, goats, just anything. But I need a little help cuz I am kind of new at this. If you have another pyr that needs a little help I am your dog!!! Just say the word and I am there!!


Name: Jed LGD

ADOPTION PENDING****LGD****I am so excited!! I get to find a place where I can run with the sheep, or goats, or cows!! I can't wait. I hope there will be someone there to kind of help me learn the ropes. I am a little young yet and am new at the LGD thing. But I love it! and will do my best for you!!


Name: Kidd LGD

My Name is Kidd. I 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: Lisa (LGD)

Hello I am Lisa, 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, The four pups are doing fine. Ethel is still a little bossy but they all work together. Ricky, Lucy and Lisa all eat together but we feed Ethel separate. Otherwise, they stay together. They stay with the herd when all is well, but when something isnít right, they all have established their separate battle stations. The first day we put them in the goat pen, they all just hung around the goats. After dark, when the goats went inside the barn, the dogs wen in too and sacked out with the goats. At daylight, the goats left the barn and the dogs were right there with them. They have a good routine. Theyíre very low maintenance. We havenít had to teach them anything because they seem to have a grasp on things already. If you are interested in adopting you must have at least 1 adult trained LGD in the pasture to continue our training. Thanks Lisa


Name: Polar Bear LGD

Adoption pending KC*************Polar (ADOPTION PENDING K.C.)Bear will melt your heart! He wandered up to a family farm outside of Ennis in 2015. The family loves Polar Bear but they already have 3 other large dogs and can't afford another. He loves their children but sometimes forgets how big he is and knocks them down. Most days he spends out by the chicken coop or in the pasture with the cows. Polar Bear is looking forward to finding a farm of his own!!


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