Unfortunately, I am back with GPRA. After 18 months with my previous family, I have been returned to Rescue. Why, do you ask? Well, I still have to learn how not to be possessive of my food bowl or territorial with my house and the things I want to protect. With more training, I want to overcome these issues. What else can I share…well, I am a four-year-old female that will fit best with an experienced Great Pyrenees owner or family who does not have other dogs or cats. A backyard is also recommended for me for exercise until I learn better leash manners and do not feel that I have to overprotect those walking me. I almost forgot to share with you that I am great with children and can be touched anywhere as I love my humans. Yes, I have some learning to do, but GPRA tells me that I can still be the best Pyr for a family with additional training, consistency, and patience.
Thank you for reading my story. – Millie Joy
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