Eeyore Emeric

DOB: 10/01/2020
87 lbs
Great Pyrenees
Eeyore is a perfect name for me because I am as calm and sweet as my namesake! Unlike like the donkey, Eeyore, though, I’m one happy boy! Just like cartoon Eeyore, I love to have my friends around me because they make me feel supported and safe, so I need to go to a home with another large dog companion. Once I get to know my new doggy friend, I enjoy playing with them in the backyard. While my Eeyore counterpart lived in the woods, I like to live in a house! My foster family will tell you that I’m a very respectful house guest. I’m housetrained, and I have excellent house manners. When I need to go potty, I trot over to the back door and look at you sweetly to say, “Please let me out.” Also, as long as I have my canine friend and we are free to roam the house, I’m well-behaved when you leave. I’ll be so glad for you to return because I truly love my humans, including the little ones! I am a bit shy at first like Eeyore, but after I get to know you, you’ll become my most special people. Foster Mama says I adore being petted, and I’ll even nuzzle you which is my way of cuddling. And, if I want more attention- and I always do, I’ll give the most gentle pyr paw you’ve ever experienced! Because I feel very connected to my humans, I’m a great listener. I’ve already learned the commands: sit, come, off, and down. I also walk nicely on the leash and am good in the car. Like the character Eeyore, as long as I’m with my fuzzy and human family, I’m ready for anything! Disney Eeyore and I have another thing in common: our soulful eyes. Just look at all my pictures, and you’ll see how ready I am to come home with you and give you all my love!
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