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Peanut Butter and Jelly Would Make Great Companions

Jelly
Jelly
These wonderful dogs are waiting for you at the Oconee County Animal Control Shelter. 

Jelly is a male, intact Chihuahua mix, approximately 8-12 months old. He and his buddy "Peanut Butter" are both very sweet and submissive. They are a little shy in the kennels, but once you get them out in the yard or an interaction pen, they come to life! Jelly is very playful, he loves to run and run until he just can't run anymore, chasing toys and his own tail! Jelly is available for adoption now, so please send in those applications to have him home for Christmas!

Peanut butter is a male, intact Chihuahua mix, approximately 8-12 months old. He and his buddy "Jelly" are both very sweet and submissive. They are a little shy in the kennels, but once you get them out in the yard or an interaction pen, they come to life! Peanut Butter loves to have his belly rubbed and plays very well with toys. He is very submissive, but not fearful. Peanut Butter is looking for his forever home this Christmas, so get your applications in soon to have him home by then!

Sasha is a sweet girl found as a stray.  She knows how to walk on a leash and knows how to sit.  Sasha is a beautiful girl and is super loveable. She would love a home to call her own again. Please come by and see her.
Here is a little breed information on the Pyrenees:

In nature, the Great Pyrenees is confident, gentle (especially with children), and affectionate. While territorial and protective of its flock or family when necessary, the Great Pyrenees is generally composed, patient and loyal.  It is a strong willed, independent and reserved breed. It is also attentive, quite fearless and loyal to its duties. Pyrs are extremely intelligent but have been bred to think for themselves and make decisions while guarding their flock, rather than wait for commands. Despite this relative stubbornness, it is quite unusual for the Great Pyrenees to become aggressive or turn on its master. It is wary of strangers if the person is not allowed in the house, but will settle down if the owner of the dog seems comfortable with the stranger. This dog was originally bred to be a livestock guard dog, and can still be found doing that job on farms and ranches.

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