Maggie the Great Pyrenees is looking for a home
Meet Maggie. Maggie is a 3 year old female Great Pyrenees who originally came to rescue as a puppy. Miss Maggie was injured as a baby when she jumped out of the back of a truck on an interstate and shattered her back leg. She came to us from the vet where the owners surrendered her when they could not afford her care. We tried to fix Maggie’s leg with plates and pins, but in the end, we had to amputate. Maggie went to a home and all was well until her people divorced and she found herself in a very big city in a tiny apartment. Maggie was surrendered back to rescue and she was very sad for a while. She is happy again and she is again ready for a permanent home. Maggie is a great dog. She plays well with other dogs, is fine with cats and is impeccable in the house. She has been fine with every child we have ever had her with. Maggie is a Great Pyrenees and does Great Pyrenees things, like pretending she has no idea what you want when you tell her it’s time to come inside. She also will bark outside. Maggie is an absolutely wonderful dog. She requires a home with a fenced yard for exercise as long walks are not in her future with that missing back leg. She gets around just fine, but she will never win a track and field event, unless it’s the three-legged race. If you are interested in Maggie, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
And just so you can see how cute she was as a baby, Maggie in 2008: