Dog Found Near Angeles National Forest is Available for Adoption

'Snowflake' is available from the Great Pyrenees Association of Southern California Rescue.

A local woman found 'Snowflake' in Tujunga, near Angeles National Forest, but no one has claimed her so far. 

Susan Dennis contacted Patch about the friendly dog she found, which is now available for adoption from the Great Pyrenees Association of Southern California Rescue in Devore, CA.  

'Snowflake' would be best fit for a home with children or someone who is home during the day and can apparently scale a 6-foot fence, according to Dorothy Sisco of the Great Pyrenees Association of Southern California.  

"Snowflake can go over a six-foot chain link fence in a hot minute," Sisco told Patch.  

The dog is apparently crate-trained and house trained. She would need to be spayed and microchipped before releasing her, Sisco said. 

People are invited to fill out an application before meeting Snowflake, she said. Sisco has a licensed kennel in San Bernardino County and requires appointments to meet Snowflake. 

To meet this dog, call 909-887-8201 or visit http://www.greatpyrrescue.org/

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