Ruger, here! If you’re looking for a larger female with a radiant personality, then I’m your girl. My foster parents say I’m an alpha female, but rest-assured, I’m cuddly and sweet with my humans and doggy siblings. In fact, while I like to be the ruling female, I get along great with beta males and beta females. A beta male dog is my best friend, and I must go to a home with one. I even get along royally with my kitty-cat friends! On walks, I’m usually relaxed on the leash; however, I can be strong and pull towards other dogs out of excitement. Being outside is so rejuvenating for me! I really need a yard with plenty of room because I have just the right amount of pyr energy and like to bark. A six-foot fence will keep me safe as well because I can be an escape artist. Digging is fun too; however, I’m a respectful and intelligent pyr lady, so I know I can learn not to do that. Most of the time in the backyard, I am calm and watchful. You’ll see that my coat is resplendent in the sun! I like to keep my coat looking regal, and the good news is that I don’t mind being groomed. My tolerance for grooming comes from the fact that I truly love and trust my people. When they tell me to sit, stay, leave it, or come, I listen like a rockstar! Because I’m food-motivated, learning commands has been a rewarding experience. I’m also house-trained! If you need to run an errand, you can rest easy knowing that I can be left alone to roam the house. I’ll take a restorative nap while you’re gone. Or, you can take me with you because riding in the car is a lot of fun! I’m so ready to go home with the right family for me, and I promise I’ll reciprocate with all my love!Apply to Adopt Contact Us
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Our main mission at GPRA is to find the right permanent home for Great Pyrenees in distress, whether they are strays or from an overpopulated kill or no-kill shelter. We don’t care how old they are or what their medical condition is because we will make sure they receive a comprehensive medical evaluation, spaying or neutering, and even behavioral training if necessary.