SANDY LOBO - Great Pyrenees/Akbash mix is coming back to ASAR! έΩͺ%81 We have to find her a new foster or adoptive home or she will have to go to boarding!!! Name: Sandy Lobo Breed: Great Pyrenees/Akbash mix Sex: Female Age: 6-7 months DOB: 3/5/2020 Location: Oklahoma - Adoption available NATIONWIDE WITH DELIVERY! Sandy was 10 weeks old when she first came to ASAR and approximately 4-5 months old when adopted, was whelped with goats and her mother when she was surrendered with her sister to ASAR. She was adopted and went to live on a farm and train to be a livestock guardian but DID NOT DO WELL! She has had a very difficult time and unfortunately seems to have a high prey drive! She has eaten several of the Chickens and Turkeys on the farm and unfortunately as much as the family loves her, they cannot continue to lose their livestock. She is also NOT good with CATS, she chases and harasses the cats on the farm as well. She is UTD on vaccines, spayed and she has been on heartworm meds and flea and tick meds. She is a healthy girl, she does have sensitive skin so she will likely need to switch to a chicken free diet. She's a good eater! She was adopted around 4/5 months old. She is great with other dogs, she does have a lot of energy so she would need to be with a dog or adopter that can give her a lot of exercise. She has a high prey drive and likes to chase and harass cats. She is great with small children, loves to lay down with them and be loved on by them! She was crate trained prior to adoption but has not been since. She is very smart and very praise/food motivated! She is potty trained, has no issues with food aggression, or resource guarding. No behavior issues other than she does have a high prey drive. No bite or snap history. She is very gentle, but shy at first. But has an amazing loving personality! She is not a big barker. The adopter had her for almost 2 months before she found her bark. She usually only uses it if something is awry. She has been trained by positive reinforcement and has done well! She has excellent recall, she knows sit, come, and down. She been working on stay. She is easily contained in the fence. She walks okay on a leash, but will need continued work on it. Sandy was on a working farm but was inside with the family when they were in the home. We believe she would do better as a family dog as she did not do well working on the farm. If you could find it in your heart to give this girl a temporary home or forever home, please email for an application!