These Anatolian Shepherd/Great
Pyrenees mix puppies were turned over to the National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue Network
in 2003 in western Texas. There are two of them and they are
mates. They were transported to El Paso where their first foster
mom found out that they had parvo. After intensive
veterinary care they all recovered and were moved to Granbury, Texas,
southwest of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, where they could be nursed
back to health and their different temperaments could be
evaluated. You can read more about them here
Lance (AKA "Avalanche")
It does not look like bath time is
Lance's favorite time. All the boys needed to be scrubbed
down and combed out and to have their ears cleaned out. They
seemed to have a great time exploring the world. Lance is the
most outgoing of the puppies. He will come running to see you
when you clap your hands. You can see Lance
and his updated
information on his own page here
Bear (AKA "Snowball")
Bear used to be is a bit shy.
He learned that people are nice. He used to needs the moral
support of one of
his brothers to come up to get his share of the affection. He has
the shorter Anatolian coat rather than a long Pyrenees coat. Not
is not a big fan of bath time.
To go to the Foster-Dogs.Com home
page, click here
All pictures and text are
copyright © J. Brandy Gardes or Charles Helm 2003-2007 and may
used or reproduced without written permission.
Information on this page has been supplied by the pups' foster moms
and, although it is deemed reliable, I have made no
effort to verify it. You should do so yourself.