Great Pyrenees Rescue, Montana
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Great Pyrenees Rescue, Montana, is an organization staffed entirely by volunteers, whose purpose is to facilitate the rescue, rehabilitation, and placement of abused, unwanted, displaced, and abandoned Great Pyrenees and Great Pyrenees mixes into safe, caring companion or working homes. We serve Montana but do cooperate with other states. We want to educate the public and breeders in order to prevent overbreeding, as well as to prevent the overall increase in the number of dogs in shelters that end up being euthanized.
We operate under the guidance and umbrella of National Great Pyrenees Rescue, a 501C3 non-profit organization, EIN 20-8367835. NGPR was formed in 2006, for charitable purposes and incorporated as a 501C3 not-for-profit in 2007.
There is an adoption fee on the dogs that come through our organization. Our organization is made up of non-paid volunteers but our dogs do have expenses while they are with us: veterinary bills (including spay & neuter), food, boarding, and even printer ink - but we keep everything to a minimum, including our adoption fees. Our "standard" fee is $275; it may be less for a dog who will require meds or is significantly older and would be higher for a puppy, etc.
We require adequate fencing (yes, these dogs like to roam, and that is the point of the fencing requirement).
Carole McLaughlin: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are very pleased to have found Old Farm Kennels in Florence, Montana, to house Pyrs when we are unable to find a private foster. Their staff ALWAYS treat our Pyrs with love and care.