Located in Renton, WA. We are looking to rehome our beautiful girl, Olympia. It is one of the greatest heartbreak of our lives to do so. Olympia is a gentle, sensitive, funny dog who is our first baby and our best friend. But we recognize that in order for Olympia to live her best life, she would do better in a home that is more suited for her needs. It wouldn't be in her best interest to continue to try and make things work. We know she could thrive in a home that has more consistency. We got Olympia when she was a year old. She was a rescue from Texas. She is a 5 year old, female, spayed, 65-70 lb Great Pyrenees mix and many people think she is stunning- we agree! We fell in love with her the moment we met her. Olympia has some anxiety, and as our family grows and changes quickly, we recognize that this is causing her a great deal of stress. Since we welcomed a little boy in December, Olympia has had a hard time adjusting. Recently she and her dog sister have started to not get along. Olympia is gentle and sweet, but would do best in a home without children or other animals due to her breed- a livestock guardian dog. She is anxious around other dogs, and can be leash reactive, so a fenced yard is important. So if you aren't interested in walking a dog multiple times a day, she would be a great fit! She loves to be near her people and so would make a great companion for someone who likes a lazy girl sitting next to them on the couch. She is a sensitive creature with strong empathy skills. When she wants love, she gently reaches out her paw for you to hold her hand. She is very food motivated and very, very smart, so she is trainable in many ways. She responds well to many different commands. She is currently on Icurin for urinary incontinence. Our vet believes she was spayed too early which may be the cause of this. She does not have any accidents with this medication. She is also on carpofen for a little bit of muscle pain in her back hip, which is common for big dogs. For her anxiety, she takes paroxetine and clonidine. However, I think we have been dosing to help her feel comfortable in our home and those meds could likely be adjusted. All these meds are pretty affordable. She is up to date on her vaccines. 150 rehoming fee, but because we want to make sure her transition to a new home goes smoothly, we are open to talking about what resources we have available to help do so. If possible, we would love to have the ability to see updates, as this transition is going to be hard for us. Please reach out if you have any questions.