Elly is a 4-month-old Great Pyrenees with several health problems. Her former owners could not give her the care she needed, so they signed her over to BDRA. She was en route to her new foster home when a driver observed her health change. A local foster home was asked to pick her up and make sure she was okay. Sadly, it was determined that Elly has a neurological issue resulting in seizures, and may have been exposed to distemper at some point. She doesn’t function like other puppies at 4 months old; her seizures result in aggressive biting and growling and other difficulties, including being unable to go up or down stairs. But Elly still loves to play, and enjoys chasing and chewing on her foster mom. She also loves to chime in and sometimes howls in harmony with her foster siblings! We’re thrilled Elly will be able to spend her days being spoiled and loved by her forever foster family.
Elly is not currently available for adoption, they are a forever foster.
- Sex Female
Good with other dogs? Unknown
Good with cats? Unknown
Good with children? Unknown
neurological issue resulting in seizures
Elly is looking for her forever home. If you think it could be yours, read more about Adopting from BDRA before submitting your application below.
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