Joan

Age
DOB: 03/11/2023
Weight
55 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying: little girls are made of sugar, spice, and everything nice! This little girl- my name’s Joan- is only sweet. My foster mama says I am made of pure sugar and cuddles! I’ve never met a stranger and will put my head right in their hands because to me, humans are the cherry on top of this sundae called life. As I look to my humans for directions and for treats, I’m a quick learner, so teaching me new skills and tricks has been smoother than soft-serve ice cream! And, since I’m a young pyr lady, I will need to continue to learn basic commands through positive reinforcement a.k.a treats and praise only, please! I used to live outside which means I am learning house manners, including potty-training, but it’s going really well. Just like sprinkles come in all shapes and sizes, I love fuzzy creatures of all kinds. I play so nicely and have so much fun with my foster dog siblings, both male and female. When we play, I show my warm as hot fudge personality by rolling over and showing my belly. Plus, I am excited to meet each and every dog on our neighborhood walks. Similar to whip cream, I’m light and fluffy on the leash! I love to go on walks, and I have very nice walking manners. Foster Mom tells me that I am very gentle and loving towards the kitties as well. When we’re hanging around the house, I love to chase my ball and chew on my Kong toy. As a young pyr pup, chewing is a fun activity. I’m easy like sundae morning, and I can’t wait to come home with you!

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