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WE ARE ACCEPTING ADOPTION APPLICATIONS BUT BECAUSE OF THE COVID-19 VIRUS WE ARE ASKING YOU TO WEAR A MASK AND OUR VOLUNTEERS TO WEAR A MASK FOR HOME VISITS .   ALSO, WHEN YOU GO TO THE FOSTER HOME(S) TO MEET THE DOG(S). 

Please go to our website if you are interested in one of our dogs.  It explains the process and has an application you can fill out there.

 
We are accepting Surrenders but ,because of COVID-19 , we are asking you and our volunteers wear a mask when they cme meet the dog. All surrender information is CONFIDENTIAL.


All our dogs are in foster care.  We do not have a Kennel in Lee, Mass that you can visit.
For EMERGENCIES please call 877-528-0637. Leave a message regarding what the emergency is and a phone number. Speak your name and number slowly.

NorthEast Pyr Rescue (NEPR) is a non-profit corporation and an all-volunteer organization dedicated to providing compassionate, coordinated and comprehensive rescue services for Great Pyrenees dogs in our region, the North East portion of the United States.

Although many members have been providing rescue care to Great Pyrenees for more than three decades, NEPR was formally established in 2003. Local Pyrs - Local Homes - Local Support   Our geographic area includes: New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Maine.

For Great Pyrenees Rescue Groups in states not mention above  you can go to the Great Pyrenees Club of America web site at http://gpcaonline.org/rescuecontacts.htm 

We are a New York State Registered Rescue - Registration No. RR381. We are also the first rescue group accepted into the Great Pyrenees Club of America.

 

Board Members and states they are from:

Sharon Wheeler, (NY) President      Sue Smith, (NH) Vice-President   Jeanne Larkin, (MA) Treasurer

Liz Battey, (MA) Secretary               Jody Chiquoine, (MA)                     Kat Lux-Scimone, (CT)

                                                          Rebekah Jacobus, (NY)

 

The picture may not be worth a thousand words…

 

No photo description available.

 

but an expert appraisal* says the art is worth $3500-$4000.

 

Rhonda Dalton is the winner of the

This beautiful Vetrate Art piece from the

2020 RAFFLE FOR RESCUE 

On June 29th the NEPR Board of Directors held their Annual Meeting. At that meeting the winning ticket was drawn by Micah Toop (who is not a board member). 

All proceeds will go to the Shelter Fund.

 

The 2020 RAFFLE FOR RESCUE is now closed.
June 29th the NEPR Board of Directors will have their Annual Meeting and the winning ticket will be drawn.
Good Luck to everyone who bought a ticket and a BIG Thank You from the dogs.
All proceeds will go toward the shelter fund.

 

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