The Florida Great Pyrenees Club, a Florida non-profit and an IRIS recognized organization, is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to the care and rescue of the Great Pyrenees dog. We’ve launched a new “Web 2.0” style site. Check out www.floridapyrs.org.
I never could go very long without dogs around the house. I adopted a pair of Great Pyrenees (mixes) from the Florida Great Pyrenees Club. The club rescues dozens of dogs every year from kill shelters throughout the south eastern US and is always in need of foster homes or permanent homes for abandoned pyrs. If you or someone you know is thinking about adopting a big dog or even just making a donation, visit http://www.floridapyrs.org/index.php/Dogs-Available/.
The club often has puppies, family dogs, or working (herding) dogs available.
The big move started today. There’s still some remodeling to be completed over the next two months, but the majority of items are moving in this weekend, and the final items next weekend. Whee! I have a house, a pool, an acre of land, and my own mad scientist lab. I wish I could share it with my dogs, though. They both died jst before closing and never got to see the yard we bought for them:(
Things will be kind of quiet for awhile. I lost my best friends: Leo, one of the sweetest dogs I’ve ever had Siouxie, one of the most loyal good-hearted dogs ever.
Don’t you hate it when you walk into a room and say a friend’s name, and then realize they are not around to hear it ever again? :( The house is so emtpy I can hardly stand it. I want my friends back.