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Male Adult Mixed Breed Great Pyrenees

If you have any questions about Ace⛰, please contact Cross Your Paws Rescue, Inc. at

Cross Your Paws Rescue, Inc.

About Ace⛰

Adoption Fee: $350

West Virginia shelter needs our help. Please consider stepping up to save one of these sweet fur babies. They are coming out of a kill shelter. You can apply at 

100 lbs?
1-2 yrs
Does well with Molly we think she is his mother. He reacts to dogs if they approach his cage.
Cats NA
Kids NA

If you are interested in adopting me, please submit an application from and submit an application! 



Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
Not Sure
Intake Age

Cross Your Paws Rescue, Inc.

Irwin PA 15642

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Labrador Retriever

My name is Bug, and I am almost eleven years old.  I was rescued almost seven years ago from a high kill shelter in Texas.  My current h... show more

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St. Bernard

Would you like a dog with no concept of personal space? Are you looking for your perfect codependent companion? Do you welcome drool wit... show more

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Daxter is a 5 year old sweet boy that is in need of a new home! He is a pitty/basset mix with some extra tini legs to keep him low to th... show more

Daxter is a 5 year old sweet boy that is in need of a new home! He is a pitty/basset mix with some extra tini legs to keep him low to the ground for brute strength and a little extra chunk around the mid line for warm snuggles 😂❤️ Daxter is potty trained, crate trained, and a perfect gentleman in the home if left alone ! He loves his ball and playing fetch!  Daxter was adopted from a high kill shelter in 2020 from another state and after the owner realized he was fearful of children , she contacted our rescue looking for help with rehoming him due to have a baby on the way.  Dax did amazing in his foster home but , Due to lacking socialization Daxter is fearful of children. Which was noted and he was adopted to a family without children. However, he has a noted prey drive with cats that he did not appear to have when cat tested in foster. What can he say? He likes to chase cats and that’s just what he’ll do!!!  After being adopted, It became clear that daxter’s real fear is unknown people and situations. It is increased with men and children. He has had two human dads and was comfortable with them in the home BUT is very fearful of men visiting and will jump at them to react out of fear. His foster was not aware of this fear due to having no adult men in the home, so when he was adopted to a home with multiple males in the family that visited, it became overwhelming for Daxter with the amount of male visitors. At this time, we feel Daxter would benefit from a home where he has a “safe place “ that has low traffic with visitors and less stimuli that causes him to be repeatedly fearful. We would also consider a home that genuinely will commit to working with him to overcome his fears with positive reinforcement and slow introductions to new stimuli.  This is not an easy rehoming. Daxter has prey drive with cats, and doesn’t  like sharing his home with dogs or kids.  We have come to realize, when we say a “ safe place “ , Daxter needs a home that is just his dog parents, him, and a cuddly place on the couch/ bed and he is the happiest dog in the world! He loves to smell, smell, smell and be outdoors so a fenced in yard would be helpful. He does not try to jump fences so fence height doesn’t concern us in any way!  Daxter’s teeth are chiseled down to which the vet has said he lived a majority of his life on a chain outdoors or in a kennel to which he tried relentlessly to escape from which makes sense with the lack of socialization to new things and people😔 if you’re curious how we know this is fear.. Daxter will flinch or get low to the ground in fearful situations. This reactivity comes due to fear as well when the stimuli becomes overwhelming when being pushed into new situations too quickly.  Between the rescue, current owner, and in-home trainer, we have all decided to begin Daxter on Prozac to see if this helps him over come some of his anxieties in life and broaden his ability to be introduced to new things in life in a positive manner!      •    we will NOT tolerate anyone bashing current owners. They have went above and beyond to work with Daxter and the obstacles of visitors and their cat. This was an unforeseen circumstance and everyone is wanting what makes Daxter happy and secure!  If you would like to be the one to save a TRUE rescue in need, that has fallen to the hands of humans that have failed him in his past life, and feel you have a calm home life for Daxter to play ball, lounge in the yard, cuddle up on the couch, and give you endless laughs and attention, please apply      show less