Great Pyrenees (long coat) : : Male (neutered) : : Young : : X-Large
Interested in adopting?
Jaxon came from a farm with goats, chickens, and a dozen or more other Great Pyrenees ranging from nursing pups to mature adults. His owner surrendered him to our rescue when she found him on the side of the road, apparently having been hit by a car. We went straight to the vet, where X-rays revealed a badly broken leg. After having surgery to repair the break, Jaxon had to spend many weeks of crate rest. His external fixator hardware was removed on 2/12/2020, and he has just 2 more weeks of restricted activity -- he won't be confined to the crate, but he also won't be allowed to run and play with other dogs just yet. But by the end of February, his restrictions will be lifted, and Jaxon can get back to the business of being a giant puppy. He has been such a good patient, not complaining about spending basically 23 hours out of every day confined to the crate. You really couldn't ask for a sweeter dog.
Even though he spent the first 8 months of his life living outside, Jaxon has come to appreciate living in the house, so he will be available for adoption ONLY as a companion who lives inside with his people. He appreciates a securely fenced yard for play and potty breaks, but he doesn't want to be left in the yard when his people go inside.
If Jaxon sounds like the perfect companion for you, please read about our adoption process on our website and complete the application: https://www.bluebonnetrescue.org/info/adoption
More about Jaxon
Good with Dogs, Good with Adults, Somewhat vocal, Cratetrained, Obedient, Affectionate, Eager To Please, Intelligent, Even-tempered, Gentle