Hello, Pyr Friends! I’m Little Lulu, and “Little” is in my name because I’m still a young pyr. The big, wide world is so new and a little scary. I’ll need lots of love and care to help me realize it’s a safe and friendly place. At my foster home, I love to be cuddled by my humans, but I need slow introductions to new people because I’m still learning how to trust people outside of my family. Once I know you, though, I’ll always be by your side! I like to be wherever you are and follow you around the house. Kids are my favorite, though, because they’re little like me. I’m very sweet and docile with them. I like to roll over and show them my belly because belly rubs are the best! A little bird also told me that I’m an excellent houseguest. That’s because I’m house-trained and can be left alone without being crated. This little lady pyr (that’s me) is pretty amazing, right? I know the command “sit” too. Foster Dad asks me to sit and then gives me a lot of pets which I love. In my home, I would prefer to be with a larger dog. Even though I’m little, I just get along better with big to medium-sized dogs, so no small dogs or cats for me, please. I need slow introductions with new dogs too, but after we get to know each other, we can be friends. Getting attention from my family or playing with my bigger doggy friends are my go-to activities, but I enjoy the little things in life too like going for a walk. I’m good on the leash, so we can take it nice and easy. Would you please take me home and help me grow into the confident and joyful pyr I know I can be?
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