Great Pyrenees / Anatolian Shepherd (long coat) : : Male (neutered) : : Adult : : X-Large
Sawyer Brown was wandering the streets in a small town in South Texas. Some folks tossed their leftovers out to feed him, and others mostly ignored him. Then one day, one person threatened to shoot him, so a local rescuer was called to save the day. She picked him up and took him to the vet to be scanned for a microchip -- there was none. During his stray hold, she posted photos, and a variety of people said they remembered seeing him hang around town, but no one claimed him. So once his stray hold was up, Sawyer Brown headed north to Windsong Ranch.
Sawyer currently lives in a pasture with Nigerian Dwarf goats, and he has in the past lived in a pasture with a few longhorn cattle. There are multiple LGDs in the pasture, and he generally gets along with them, though he doesn't engage with them in a meaningful way. His favorite spots are under the shade of the pecan trees, or in the barn, under the fan. He will share his space with livestock, and by his presence, he will help keep them safe, but Sawyer is not terribly interested in the livestock.
While he's a bit of a loner as far as other animals go, Sawyer does loves people. We think he would like a home where he has a well-fenced yard or pasture to guard, and humans to love him. He will likely tolerate other dogs, but probably won't have any interest in playing with them.
If Sawyer sounds like exactly the right guardian for you and your home, please complete the application on our website.
More about Sawyer
Good with Adults, Good with farm animals, Requires a yard, Intelligent, Even-tempered