Touchdown is a beautiful Great Pyrenees, Golden Retriever mix who was surrendered by his family. He is just three years old and is very confused right now where he is at and why he is in another place without his family.
Touchdown is housebroken and is good with cats and dogs. He is not crazy about going into a crate. He craves lots of attention, so his ideal dog family would be one who was home a lot and has lots of time to make Touchdown and part of their regular routine and family life. If you have Great Pyrenees experience that would be a major plus. This is the kind of dog that needs a "gentle", but "savvy dog leader" with time to give him.
Speaking of time, his new family must be VERY WILLING to give this boy the time he needs to adjust to his new home. It won't be overnight. It will be weeks to months before this dog really settles in and believes he will be there to stay. In addition, we have found it would be best for Touchdown to have another dog in his household. He can sometimes be reactive to other dogs in some public situations. He is also anxious around men until he knows them well.
Since we do not know his complete background, we suggest a family with no children under the age of 10 years old in his new home. We'll have more updates for you soon.
If you would like to meet Touchdown, please read our adoption policies
and if you qualify, follow the directions from there.