Rhea & Iris

Iris/DOB: 01/30/2022Rhea/DOB: 01/30/2021
Iris: 78 lbsRhea: 80 lbs
Great Pyrenees

Hello, Pyr People! We’re a bonded pair of lovely pyr ladies searching for the best home for us! I’m Rhea, and as I’m Iris’ dear mama, I’ll go ahead and speak first. As a young pyr lady, I have good energy, and I enjoy a nice walk. Lucky for you, I’m good on the leash! I do need a slow approach when meeting new folks, but once I get to know them, I warm up nicely and am quite affectionate. Because I have excellent manners, I’m also basically housetrained. If there is an established potty routine, I stick to it! Hi, everyone; I’m Iris, Rhea’s daughter. I’m a young pyr girl, so everything is still new to me. I am pretty nervous when I meet new people, but I eventually warm up. In general, I’d say I’m the beta to my mother’s alpha. She’s definitely my leader, and I’m good on the leash, especially when she is by my side. Another wonderful thing about us is that we are good with other dogs and cats. We’re sure you’ve heard the expression two heads are better than one, and we’re here to tell you that the same is true of pyrs!

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