ASSOCIATION of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Inc.
Your shopping makes a difference. Amazon donates to Great Pyrenees Association of Southern California when you shop Prime Day deals at smile.amazon.com/ch/95-4487135
Specialized Screen Printing & Microscale Industries are partnering with Great Pyrenees Assoc. to raise funds. For each T-Shirt and Sweatshirt sold, 100% of proceeds will go to GPASC.
Please email Kathy with your order and a payment link will be sent with the order confirmation.
Styles & Sizes Available (limited quantities so hurry):
T-Shirts – short sleeve (M, L, XL) - $25 (100% donated to GPASC)
Sweatshirt – crew (M, L, XL) - $40 (100 % donated to GPASC)
Hoodie (M, L, XL) - $50 (100 % donated to GPASC)
Zip Hoodie (M, L, XL) - $55 (100% donated to GPASC)
*Additional sizes upon request
Great Pyrenees Association of Southern California is an all volunteer organization supported only by contributions from dog lovers like you. You can shop from the comfort of your home and support these amazing dogs.
Will you open your home to these beautiful dogs? We are in need of foster families to help these wonderful animals. Please contact us today!
Pyrs are wanderers, a sturdy 6' fence is required so that they cannot dig under or go over.
Pyrs are not an off leash breed, they must be on a leash when out of their secure yard.
Pyrs are territorial, they do not always get along with same gender dogs.
Pyrs are nocturnal and guard by barking, they must be brought inside at night so as to not irritate neighbors.
Pyrs leave white hair everywhere year round.
Pyrs should be obedience trained to fully enjoy them. They are very intelligent and easily bored. No training sessions over 15 minutes of active commands.
Pyrs are a large working breed who do no thrive in apartments or condos, they can become bored and destructive without sufficient outdoor exercise in a secure fenced area.
NO OUT OF STATE ADOPTIONS. NO EXCEPTIONS.
GPASC Rescue is a private rescue and foster care organization, created for the safe haven and permanent placement of homeless Great Pyrenees.