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SawyerRescue Me ID: 20-03-03-00286

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About Sawyer

Adoption Fee: $125
Lab / Great Pyrenees
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Male

We pulled Sawyer from the Broken Arrow Animal Shelter after meeting him and seeing he was in terrible condition. We had thought he would be a foster for a rescue we've worked for but they did not feel comfortable taking him in because he had initially shown some aggression towards our dog. We believe he was just afraid of his new surroundings and not feeling well because they get along pretty well now, however our dog's anxiety since he moved in has become worse, which is why we are trying to rehome him. He is microchipped and neutered. He is up to date on almost all of his shots. He will need a his bordetella/lepto shot once he's put some more weight on. He is heartworm negative. As for his personality- Sawyer is the sweetest, snuggliest dog. He loves people and is especially gentle with children. He is working on a few simple commands and is compliant about 50% of the time. He is still really puppy-minded. Our vet estimated he's between 18 months-24 months. He can be trusted to have free roam in the house. Adopters must be in the state of Oklahoma and have a fenced yard. If anything doesn't work out, we want him returned to us as he nearly died in the shelter. Adopter is also responsible for pickup unless you are in the Tulsa metro area. Please feel free to contact me with any other questions. His adoption fee is to help us ensure he gets a good home and so that we can recoup a small amount of what we paid on vet bills and prescriptions to nurse him back to the happy, healthy dog he has become.

Tulsa County
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74011


  • Not Good with Other Dogs
  • Not Good with Cats
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Average Energy
  • Average Temperament


  • Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current

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