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Rescued Pyrs
A Tribute to Rescue Angels

This page is Pyrmont's tribute to all the kind hearted, dedicated people around the world who rescue Pyrs. Its heartbreaking to hear some of the sad stories about abused Pyrs, found in sometimes shocking
conditions, chained in back yards or wandering busy highways.
Pyrs who are distressed, grossly underweight and sometimes sick.
Pyrs whose wonderful coats are dirty and matted.
Pyrs who are injured or have been beaten.

Please help !

We are in the process of moving
We must immediately get rid of our children
because there is not enough room at the
new house. They are described as follows:
One male, blond, blue eyes, 10 years old
excellent disposition, current on all shots
John eats everything and is house trained.

One female, 8 years old, blond curls, green eyes
Non biter, Mary's been temperament tested.
Healthy , happy, gets on with other children

We love our children but they must be rehoused
by the weekend. Please call if you can help.

What can you do to help?

Not everyone can foster a giant breed dog but there are other ways to help:

 

       

Tribute to Rescue Angels

Tail tucked between your legs, confusion in your eyes-
I know its hard to understand that someone heard your cries.

When lonliness is all you know and pain is all you feel-
And no one can be trusted and hunger's all too real.

That's the time the Lord sees you and let's you know he's there.
That's when he sends his messengers, the hearts that love and care.

Yes, rescuers are angels though you cannot see their wings,
They keep them neatly folded as they do their caring things.

The medicine to make you well, good food to make you strong,
And finally to help you learn that hugs are never wrong.

The perfect place then must be found - the home where you can live
Secure and safe and happy, with joy to get and give.

When you reach your forever home, the place where you feel whole,
The angels smile and off they go - to save another soul

Rescue poem by "Buster" and Julie W Smith, USA.

Thanks to the Penn-Dutch Great Pyrenees Club, Southeast Pennsylvania, USA. for permission to use "Please help" (abbreviated) and the Rescue Angels poem, published in their club magazine Pyr-A-Scoop.
Original artwork by Mandy Beere, age 5 years, New Zealand







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