Toccoa

Age
4 months
Weight
25 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Hi! Puppy here! My name is Toccoa and I’m 4 months old. My mom is a Great Pyrenees and my dad is an Anatolian Shepherd. More info coming soon…

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Sasha

Age
3 yrs
Weight
85 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Happy day wishes to everyone! I’m Sasha!

Hard to believe a beautiful, fun, and full-of-life Pyr needs a do-over already, right? Well, I do! With Pyrs like me, our learning curve can be a bit steeper. Just keep in mind that I am still a youngster that needs consistent guidance to continue learning good leash and house manners. My progress to date has included learning commands such as heel, sit, come, down, crate-up and place.

Belly rubs are one of my favorite things. I’m also house-trained, which is top on your list, right?

For whatever reason, I really gravitate toward trusting male humans. So, if you are one of them and single, I am your girl.

GPRA recommends a knowledgeable Pyr owner in a one-adult home and a fenced-in backyard for me. They also think it will be best if I’m the only dog of the house. With time, patience and consistency, I will get better at not needing to resource-guard my favorite humans. If you are willing to give me a chance, I will continue working hard to be my best Pyr-self.

Your still learning and Pyr-fun girl, Sasha

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Ruby Timber

Age
5 months
Weight
53 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix
Hellos, I am Ruby Timber, Yes, I look a little different than all the other Pyrs with GPRA, but this makes me extra special. I am part Great Pyrenees and German Shepherd. This means that if my mom and dad were purebreds, I am a Germanees. GPRA cannot confirm purebreds, but I do look a lot like other Germanese.
Did you know that Germanese are agile in their movements, kind, independent, and joyous to own?
Here is what my foster family knows about me.
“Ruby is outgoing, curious, smart, such a lover, and a playful girl.”  (Aww… thank you.)
“Ruby is athletic, loves to play with toys and balls, and has lots of puppy energy as she is only five months old. “ (Do you have a backyard so that we can play together?)
“We are working with Ruby on leash manners. Although she still pulls, Ruby is smart and is learning quickly.” (I am so thankful to my foster family, who is investing lots of time in getting me ready for adoption. )
“Ruby knows the “sit” command and is almost there with the “come” and “off” commands. We are also teaching her “down” and “stay.”
“Although we have not had visitors, Ruby will be fine as she loves everything and everyone.” (Yep, I am a lovey girl!)
“Ruby saw her reflection in the window and thinking it was another dog, her tail went up, and she barked at herself.  She is too cute.” (What’s a reflection? I know I saw another dog in the house but cannot find it.)
Ready for a fun-filled life with my very own fur-ever family.
Your Pyr-fun girl, Ruby Timber
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Cardi

Age
4 months
Weight
12.9 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Hello, hello! My name is Cardi!
Yep, I am another pup with the Stryker family. Our mom is a Great Pyrenees, and Dad is an Anatolian Shepherd. So, I am an Anatolian Pyrenees (all white). Can you believe that someone surrendered my littermates and me to a shelter?

Do you like my sweet smile? Then, if you pick me, my darling personality and smile will greet you every day!
Here’s what my foster parents told GPRA about precious me!

“Cardi has single dewclaws. She is fluffier than Ana and has longer ears. She’s a little more independent than her sister but is still very friendly. She loves playtime with humans and her sister.” (I am pretty cute if I do say so myself)

“Cardi is the more mischievous and outgoing of the two. She usually instigates the wrestling with her sister. She tries to get our other dogs to play with her also, but they ignore her.” (I love to play with my sister! I want to include the bigger dogs in my fun as well, but I think they rather watch us from a distance.)

“Overall, Cardi and Ana are the sweetest puppies we have ever fostered. They have been pretty easy-going, too. We are working on “sit,” and they are catching on pretty quickly.” (I am quick to learn and quicker to love!)

Your Pyr-darling, Cardi ❤

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Xander

Age
1 year
Weight
60 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Hi! I’m Xander. I was a stray and some nice person took me through my stray hold. GPRA has now rescued me and I’m ready to find a new loving home. More info coming soon…

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Zola

Age
3 months
Weight
17.3 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Hi, Hi, Hi! My name is Zola, and I am so excited to introduce myself to you! Yes, I am another pup with the Stryker family. Our mom is a Great Pyrenees, and Dad is an Anatolian Shepherd. So, I am an Anatolian Pyrenees. Can you believe that someone surrendered my littermates and me to a shelter?

My foster parents are Pyr-tastic and are taking care of both Mira and me. Here are a few things they shared with GPRA about me:
“Zola is a baby. She will curl up against/inside your legs or in your arms and fall asleep.” (What can I say? I love to cuddle with my favorite humans!)
“Zola seems like she will be on the smaller side as she has smaller
paws. She has started to put on more weight.”
“Zola is super playful and doesn’t back down at all. Zola will go until she wins the war of attrition. After that, she’s fine with being on her back and putting her jiu-jitsu to good use. She loves crinkly toys and loves it when we get down on all fours and slap the ground for playtime.” (I might be cute, but I’m a warrior in the making! I will love it if you train with me!!)
“So far, Zola is learning the housetraining thing relatively quickly.” (Yes, I’m trying to be a good puppy!)
“Zola is a people pleaser and still in the early stages of expressing some anxiety from being separated from her littermates. After a few minutes, though, she gives up her Celine Dion impression and goes to sleep while cuddling with Mira (her sister). Paired with her love for humans, she will benefit from having another dog as she expresses some anxiety when separated from us.” (Yes, I am very much missing my other littermates! Can you blame a pup for a bit of drama? With time and some confidence building, I will learn to be a big, independent girl)

Your Pyr-sational puppy, Zola ♥

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Mira

Age
3 months
Weight
18.2 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Hiya, I am Mira. I am another pup with the Stryker family. Our mom is a Great Pyrenees, and Dad is an Anatolian Shepherd. So, I am an Anatolian Pyrenees.

My foster parents provided GPRA with lots and lots of information about Zola and me. Here’s what they said about me:
“Mira is super curious, I mean suuuper curious! She will try to fit her body into almost anything, to get almost anywhere!”
“Mira is 100% gas pedal at all times until she hits a wall. Then she will find a corner or a dark spot and knock out.” (Yep, play hard and sleep hard. This is my life, and I love it!)
“Mira will need a consistent hand with training as she is very, very adamant about having her way. Here are examples.
1) Mira will go right back to the thing you told her not to chew. 2) While in the exercise pen, she makes several attempts to escape. 3) Mira will flop like a fish when on a leash sometimes and moan because she doesn’t want to do what I am asking her to do.” (I am a fun handful of mischief, and I certainly keep my foster parents busy.)
“The best part about Mira is that she is a total kisser. You cannot stop this girl from kissing you. When it comes to picture time, there is no way to take a close-up of Mira while she is awake because she swoops in for a kiss.”
“The second best part about Mira is that she is already giving her Pyr paw.”
“The third funniest/best part about Mira is that she has one dewclaw on her hind leg.”
I only have one more thing to share with you, and that is I want to thank my foster parents for loving my sister and me and putting up with all of our/(my) mischievous behavior!
Now, come over here so that I can kiss your face.

Full of Pyr-fun, Mira ❤

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Luca

Age
3 months
Weight
18 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Hi there! Luca is my name.
I am the only male pup of the Stryker family, which makes me extra special. Our mom is a Great Pyrenees, and Dad is an Anatolian Pyrenees. So, I am an Anatolian Shepherd.
My foster family says that I am an absolutely wonderful puppy! (Yep, that’s me!)
Here are a few other things my loving foster parents said about me.
“Luca is gentle and full of personality. He loves people and other animals.”
“Luca is comfortable with being picked up and having his feet and mouth touched.” (I like it a lot when my humans love on me. I especially love the belly rubs.)
“We are working on potty training.” (Yep, it is housetraining time, and I am working really hard to be a perfect puppy!)
“We only use a crate for Luca at night, and it’s right next to our bed. We are so happy that Luca is sleeping through the night.” (I love being with my humans at night, too!)
“Luca is learning what “no” means and loves chewing on toys and chasing them around.” (Yep, I am all puppy. Eat, play, get love from my humans, sleep… repeat!)
“Luca is a 100% sweet, adorable, loving, and gorgeous puppy!” (Aww, thank you. I am going to give you lots of kisses for those sweet comments!)

Your Pyr-loving boy, Luca ❤

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Shea

Age
3 months
Weight
16.3 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Is it my turn now? Ok, here goes. My name is Shea. I’m also a Stryker pup. Our mom is a Great Pyrenees, and Dad is an Anatolian Shepherd. So, I am an Anatolian Pyrenees. Yep, there are seven of us. Picking just one will not be an easy task because we are super sweet and unique in our own way. Good luck!

My Pyr-sensational foster parents are taking care of Chula and me. Here are a few things they have learned about both of us.
“Shea is super sweet and playful and full of energy!” (Playing with my sister is the best!)
“Shea is slightly smaller with no dewclaws.”
“Shea is very independent and out-going. She greets new people immediately and explores everything.” (There is a big world out there to explore, and I’m ready for it!)
“Shea is ‘top’ puppy and will boss her sister when eating.” (With some guidance, I will learn manners with my fur-family members.)
“Both puppies love treats and think every crinkly bag means it is treat time.”
“Both puppies are not rough and tumble players. Instead, they enjoy calmer playtime.”

Pyr-ready for the good life, Shea ❤

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Ana

Age
3 months
Weight
14.1 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Top of the morning to you! I am the sweetheart Ana.

Yes, I am also a member of the Stryker puppy family. Our mom is a Great Pyrenees, and Dad is an Anatolian Shepherd. So, I am an Anatolian Pyrenees.

My foster parents are taking care of Cardi and me, and we are very thankful to them for giving us a great start. Here’s what they told GPRA about me:
“Ana loves attention from humans and loves playing with her sister, Cardi.”
“Ana and Cardi act like they are starving all the time because they eat faster than any puppies we have ever fostered.” (Yep, I am a growing girl. When you grow up with seven littermates, you learn to eat fast.)
“Ana and Cardi sleep together. She does not like being left alone and always prefers to be with her humans or with her sister.” (It’s so much better to have company all the time.)
“Ana is more submissive of the two puppies and is more of a snuggler.”
“Both puppies are fast learners and very easy-going.” (If you are asking if puppies can be easy-going, the answer is yes. It is the Pyr in me.)
Your Pyr-sweet girl, Ana ❤

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