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Your Name (First and Last): 
Eric Rayfield
Phone number (please include area code): 
8282608801
Email address: 
Species of Pet: 
Dog
Pet's Sex: 
Male
Is your pet spayed/neutered?: 
No
Pet's Age: 
5
Breed: 
Great pyrenees
Weight (in pounds): 
70+
Does your animal have a microchip?: 
Unknown
How did you get your pet?: 
Rescued from a neglect situation
How long have you had your pet? *: 
1 month
How long can you keep your pet before surrendering? *If less than one week, please call our Safety Net helpline at 828 761-2008: 
2 or More Months
Why do you need to rehome your pet?: 
Not Right Fit
Check all the following that describe your pet: 
Couch potato
Barks a lot
Playful
Friendly
Fence Jumper
Likes to be touched
Affectionate
Protective
Always at your side
Indoor
Nervous
Likes men
Likes women
Separation anxiety
House-trained
For dogs only - what is your dog's energy level?: 
Medium
For dogs only - what level of exercise does your dog usually get daily (exercise may include playing, walking, running, etc): 
30 minutes
What is something you love about your pet? What else should someone know about your pet?: 
He is very loving and such a sweet dog. He loves being at your side. He loves car rides and walks gently on the leash. He is very drawn to being indoors and with his people. He has not been an outdoor working great pyrenees and he probably wouldn't ever want that. He loves our female great pyrenees and they are best friends. He also likes our cats and is very friendly with them.
Has your pet lived with: 
Dogs
Cats
Livestock
How many hours is your pet home alone each day?: 
8
What does your pet dislike or fear?: 
He does not like other intact males. Which is the reason why he cannot be fostered by us indefinitely. He also does not like being crated or kenneled or locked in small rooms. He will break out easily. He doesn't mind being left free range in the house while you're away and he behaves well in that case. He tries to fight with my intact male pyrenees. We have not let them be loose together in the same room but there would likely be an injury if they were. He seems to be receptive to training on this issue. He is much less aggressive after a few weeks.
Where is your pet kept during the day?: 
In the house loose.
Where does your pet sleep at night?: 
In my room
How does your pet ride in the car?: 
In the back seat. Calmly
Please list any past or present injuries, treatment or other medical histories.: 
Currently being treated for ehrlichia
I agree that I will respond to all requests for more information about my pet in a timely manner (Checking No will stop Post): 
Yes
I certify that I am the lawful owner of the pet identified here: 
Yes


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