Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Texas: Saving and Rehoming Great Pyrenees Dogs in Need

Located in Texas, Great Pyrenees Rescue Society is a volunteer run, foster-based, 501(c)(3) animal rescue dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption of Great Pyrenees dogs whose lives are in danger.  Absolutely 100% of all donations go to the dogs that we care for. Most of our dogs come to us from kill shelters around the Central Texas, South Texas and Greater Houston area. We place them in foster homes in the Pacific Northwest and Texas while they are evaluated and rehabilitated until we find a permanent home for them.

We transport and adopt dogs to Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, New Mexico, and Arizona, along with Texas. There are so many more wonderful, majestic, and deserving Great Pyrenees needing help in Texas than we have places for. The only way we can save these precious dogs is with your help. We always need temporary foster homes, donations, volunteers' help and of course if you can give a dog a permanent home, you'll complete our dream.

Thank you to all for your help and support in saving this true Gentle Giant breed.









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Izzy now Rosie is a sweet 3 year old girl. She loves to play and adores the company of other dogs. She was surrendered to us because of some life changes with her owners. She walks well on leash and has had professional obedience training. She spent at least two days a week at doggie daycare. She loves people but must have a home with another large playful dog. Kids over 12 only please. She had not been around small children and is not used to them. She’s a petite girl weighing about more about Izzy
It takes a long time for a soul to become this sweet.” Meet Cotton a mature, lovely female Great Pyrenees who was born in November of 2013. Cotton and her sibling Jezebel came to the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society after their owner became ill and surrendered them to a small animal shelter in Texas. Their owner loved them and realized she could no longer care for them. It’s not unusual for older dogs to lose their homes having nothing to do with their behavior or temperament, more about Cotton
Hello, my name is Clyde, but they call me Clydesdale….probably because I’m such a majestic and handsome chap. Born around February 2020, I am pure Great Pyrenees and I have the size to prove it! I have a beautiful big head and great big puppy dog eyes that will melt your heart. I might not be a high-energy guy, but my favorite thing to do is walk with my foster mom…I love to stop and enjoy all the amazing smells along the way. I’m a friendly guy, often times playful, more about Clyde
Eve is a beautiful, 3-½ year old Great Pyrenees mix pocket Pyr that weighs 55 pounds with a Boxer head, muscular build, and rabbit soft fur. She gets along very well with other dogs, is playful and enjoys chasing squirrels and birds out of the yard. At her foster home she is living with two adult male Pyrs and a male Yorkie. Eve had a difficult start to her life, and she came to GPRS as a young, pregnant puppy that was never socialized properly and was very afraid of people. After more about Eve