Lady Liontail

Age
2 years old
Weight
77 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Salutations, pyr ladies and gents! I’m Lady Liontail, and like the knights of old, I love being outside and going on adventures. A fenced-in yard is a must for me! I’m also quite like a medieval princess who is very loving and happy and ready to fall in love with her new family. You can be my knights in shining armor! I’d be just delighted to go to a home with another doggy companion too because I love to play. When I am not jousting with my fellow doggy brethren, I simply adore playing with chew toys and squeaky toys. If we need to go on a quest, or just a walk around the neighborhood, you can count on me because I excel at walking on the leash. In the castle, or the house, I am a champion at commands; I already know “sit” and “wait.” If you’re looking for a playful and charming young pyr lady who adores people, then I say, “To horse,” or to car, and come take me home!

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Marco Rosso

Age
2 years old
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Well, hello, there! I’m Marco Rosso, and with a name like this one, I’m bound to be famous! It just has that movie-star ring to it. I’d like to be famous for my good looks, namely my wonderful snowy poof of hair! My foster mama already says I’m a lovebug too, and that alone is worth my name being in lights. More info coming soon…

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Acacia Joy

Age
2 years old
Weight
84 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi folks! I’m Acacia Joy – but you can call me AJ! I am very happy to be in a home now, and am adjusting well to being with people of all ages. Sometimes, I get a little nervous about being left alone – especially when it storms. I love when my new family is close by – it helps me to feel safe, but I also like to keep an eye on them, as would any loyal Pyr! I’m learning so many new skills from my family – like how to play! Who would think that these things my family call toys could be so much fun (and make squeaky sounds)! I have gone on some walks with my foster family, and they are very proud of my leash skills. I hope to find a family that will love me, and I can love them back and be a loyal companion. Won’t you take a chance on me?

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Lucy Joy

Age
2 years old
Weight
84 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hello, my pyr friends! My name’s Lucy Joy, and I can feel fall in the air! Just like trees sway in the Autumn wind, I’ll wag my tail side-to-side as soon as I see you. I’m a friendly girl who loves my people. Trees tend to grow near each other, and I truly cherish being close to my foster family. Those little pinecones, I think you call them children, are also adorable! I love to play with them, and I enjoy cuddling them as well. My furry brethren are my friends too! I’m good with both cats and dogs. When I’m not hanging with my fuzzy and human family, I like to explore the house and yard. I also really like to eat! If you’re ready to feed me, just call out, “PJ!”, and I’ll come running. There’s a lot of cute and cozy things about fall, but I’m especially cute and cozy! I’m a gentle, calm pyr with a playful side, and I can’t wait to become a part of your family tree.
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Magnolia Joy

Age
2 years old
Weight
74 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, everyone! I’m Magnolia Joy. I do have the most glorious, soft white fur like the petals of my namesake: the magnolia flower. My foster mama says I’m beautiful on the inside and out. Sometimes, I’m a little scared when I first meet you, but I warm up quickly. Then, my puppy energy and love just blossoms! I even like those little flower buds called kids. We have fun playing together! I have a lot of affection and liveliness for my fellow doggies too. I’m used to being around other dogs, so I get along very well with them. One part of doggo life I’m still learning is how to walk more elegantly on the leash. My foster mom says I’m a pretty good walker, but, sometimes, I can be strong on the leash. I have an inner strength too, though, so I know as my confidence continues to bloom, I’ll become the best walker this side of the Mississippi! If you’re looking for an absolute love bug to join your family, look no further because I’m ready to come home with you.

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Gandolf Great

Age
2 years old
Weight
92 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, I’m Gandolf, and it’s just magical to meet you! There’s a great wizard whose name is spelled almost like mine; his name is Gandalf. He is very tall even without his pointy hat, and I’ve been described as a gentle giant. While I don’t have any real magic, I’ll definitely put you under my spell with my sweet nature. I love attention so much that if I could wave a wand and have you pet me constantly, I would! I’m also very friendly with both people and other dogs. Recently, I enjoyed having another dog lay close next to me, and it was so nice to have company! I like to be brushed too. My coat doesn’t get this glossy and soft by magic, you know! I don’t need a crystal ball to see my future because I know I’m going to come home with you and be the most loving boy.

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