"I'll Love You Forever"

(c) Jennifer Jurek Photography and Design

Isn't this the sweetest picture of our Ruth, and our friend Marty? This totally captures her sweet spirit.

Ruth needs a new home. She was given to us by a nice lady who had fostered her for a year. Robin felt that Ruth needed to be doing the job she was bred for - guarding livestock. It all made sense.

But Ruth's former injury kept her from being mobile and active enough to stay healthy out in the elements. As much as she might prefer life in the pasture, it just isn't the best option for her. She's a young dog, by all accounts, and she could give someone a boatload of pure love for years to come. She just needs a little consideration because of that pesky broken back leg.

She's spayed, up to date on all shots and heartworm treatment, housebroken, and as laid back as they come. Considering her size, she really doesn't eat much, and could stand to lose a few pounds. She's the best company... If she doesn't fit your lifestyle, how about a trusted friend?

Please pass this post on to good dog people you know, and let's get Ruth situated in her lifelong home.

Eyes of love...


  1. I have a friend here in Allen who has had and may still have Pyrs. I'll send her your website to see if she's up to adopting.

  2. Anonymous12:40 AM

    I've sent this around to some friends. Ruth's face reminds me so much of the beloved dog that came to the gallery every day where I used to work. His owners/my previous employers know a lot of dog lovers and have agreed to pass along her info. Here's hoping there's a good home out there for this sweet girl!

    And thanks for using one of my photos. Marty just loves her. :)



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