Great Pyrenees / Labrador Retriever / Mixed (short coat) : : Female : : Young : : Large
Elinor, along with her two siblings and Mom (black Lab mix? photo of her down below) came to us as strays. After never being reclaimed, they will all be looking for their new forever homes very soon! Just take a look at those great big paws!! We believe she has lots of growing to do yet. Our best guess at their breed is Lab/Great Pyrenees mix, as one of the puppies have rear double-declaws which is a typical characteristic of the livestock guarding dogs. All three puppies love people, attention, and their FOOD!!
Their ideal family will be committed to taking a puppy obedience class to help get her and her new home started on the right foot - she will need a family that can commit to continue proper socialization, teach her all about walking on a leash, and also all the work that goes into house-training a puppy, which requires a lot of patience and persistence with working on a schedule. As we don't know their history, we are unsure of any previous obedience training, house training, etc. A young girl like her will need to be taken outside frequently - as often as every 4 hours in the beginning until a routine is determined. An ideal home for her will be one where she won't have long periods of time during the day spent alone, so she can have the best chance of successful housetraining and have years of wonderful love and devotion to focus on!
If you're looking for a spunky young girl that has lots of love to give, Elinor may be your gal! The first step to the adoption process is all done right here by filling out an adoption application - an adoption application can be found on our website at www.wesavepets.com. Once this application is submitted, a Safe Haven volunteer will be in contact to discuss the next steps of the meeting/adoption process.