Moose California

Age
2 years old
Weight
72 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
How’s it hanging, dude? I’m Moose California, and I’m ready to live my best laid-back Cali life with the perfect family for me! I’m a young pyr boy, so I still have zoomies and get stoked about anything and everything. In my new home, I’d love a doggy friend to play with. I live with doggo siblings now, and together we’re as golden as the Golden State…that’s California’s nickname! California is famous for its near perfect weather, and I’m nearly perfect too! On a walk, I do sometimes bark at other dogs and can be a puller, but I’m a youthful pyr dude. With love and training, I know I can become a better leash walker in no time. While I like walking and living with another dog, what really makes me feel like I’m California dreamin’ is people! I adore my humans, and I show them how much I care by being super affectionate and cuddly. I may have breezed in from California, but now Georgia is on my mind because I’m here and searching for my forever home!
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Eeyore Emeric

Age
DOB: 10/01/2020
Weight
87 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
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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Misty Gigi

Age
DOB: 02/18/2024
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

April showers bring May flowers, and one of those Spring flowers has already bloomed. It’s me, Misty Gigi! You can see my gorgeous pyr-ents, Moose and Shadow Gigi, who are available for adoption as well. My eyes are the blue of a misty morning, and I’ve been told eye color doesn’t set in until three to four months of age. You might even get misty-eyed over how adorable I am! One of my most marvelous qualities is how much I love people. Getting pets and snuggling close are two of my favorite ways to spend a rainy afternoon! And, of course, as a pyr puppy, a little mist won’t stop me from being playful. Romping around in a yard is a must-have on my daily schedule! One day, I’ll grow into a mesmerizing pyr lady, but don’t get lost in the mists of time yet because I’ve still got a lot of growing to do. Amidst all the hugs and zoomies, I’ll also need to do some training. Us baby pyrs need continued potty training, leash training, and basic command training all through positive reinforcement. Positive reinforcement means using only treats and praise to help me learn all these important life skills. I’ll tell you what I can see clearly through the mist. It’s my new family adopting me! Could it be you?

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Elsa & Perrin

Age
Elsa-DOB: 01/01/2017Perrin-DOB: 08/06/2021
Sex
Female & Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
We’re Elsa and Perrin, and we’re a bonded pair which means we’re best buds for life! Hi, I’m Elsa. I’ve heard that Elsa is the name of the elder sister in that famous Disney movie, and I’m an older sister too. Us big sisters like to be the boss, so no cats or small dogs, please. We really like to be the only two animals. Perrin is my rock, and he’s all I need. As the older sister, I also have to set a good example. One way I am a great role model is how calm and well-behaved I am in the home. I’m housetrained, of course, and I can be left home alone without any issues. Hello, I’m Perrin! My sister will tell you that I have enough energy for the two of us. My GPRA friends say I’m bouncy and love to play, so a yard to get out my zoomies would be wonderful! I do need a six-foot fence, though, because I could jump a shorter one. I’m a young pyr boy who is always up for an adventure, so make sure to keep me on leash before you open the front door because I might try to slip by you! Like my big sis says, I’m rock solid in all the ways that matter. As long as I have Elsa, I’m a good boy when you leave the home, and I’m housetrained too. We’re also rock steady when it comes to commands. Elsa and I know “sit” and “down” really well. Elsa, here, chiming in! Probably the best quality we share is how much we love our humans, including those little humans called children. We’re a friendly pair of pyrs to everyone we meet. Just look at how much we smile in all our pictures! If you’re hoping to brighten your day with two pyrs who will give you all the love you could ever want, think about adopting us today!
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Anna Peach

Age
DOB: 04/05/21
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Anna Peach, here, and my GPRA friends say I’m as pretty as a peach because of how soft and fuzzy I am! At my age, I’m still a young peach who is ripe with some good energy but also that charming pyr calm. Another reason I’m peachy keen is because I’m basically housetrained, so your house will stay pretty as a peach too. While I’m a little shy at first, I warm up nicely like a plate of peach cobbler as soon as I get to know you. For me, people are the cream to my peaches; we just go well together like peaches and cream! My GPRA friends like to compliment me on my sweet as peach pie personality. I love to sit by your side and get lots of pets! You’ll be saying I’m a peach because I already know “sit,” and then we can get to the snuggling. One skill I’m working on is leash-walking. Right now, I’m a little like a peach tree in a breeze as I pull and dart a bit, but I know with some practice and love, I’ll be walking just peachy on the leash in no time! We all know the best part of Georgia’s springs and summers is peaches, so consider adopting this Peach today!

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Bonnie Bean

Age
DOB: 10/03/22
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Bonnie Bean bouncing in to tell you that I’m ready to go to my pyr-fect home! I’m a young pyr lady who still has some jumping bean energy but is calm and sweet too. Bonnie means good and beautiful, and the name fits! One thing I’m great at is potty-training which means I’ll keep your house looking bonny. Another beatific skill of mine is that I walk well on the leash. We’ll have the best time strolling about the neighborhood! Whenever I see other dogs out and about, I let my gorgeous personality shine because meeting new doggy friends makes me happy. Probably my most lovely quality is how much I love people! To me getting attention and pets is better than any doggy-friendly bon-bons I could ever have. Because I’m also smart, I know “sit,” so you can ask me to sit by your side for some snuggles. Think about adopting me today, and I’ll be your bonniest pyr girl!

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Bear Goober

Age
DOB: 03/08/2015
Weight
104 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hey, Y’all!  It’s Bear Goober, here, and it’s so good to meet you! I’m a big ole boy with lots of love to give. My GPRA friends say that I’ve got a bear-sized heart because I’m so affectionate! Attention and getting pets are as sweet as honey to this Bear. Because I love people as much as Winnie-the-Pooh loved his Christopher Robin, I’m a great listener! I’ve already learned “sit” and “paw.” Bears are also known for their lumbering walk, and I amble about at a pretty steady pace. Sometimes, I pull a bit and follow my nose as us bears do, but, overall, I’m good on the leash. When I’m out and about on a stroll, I seem interested in other dogs. After all, I’m a bear-y happy boy and trust my humans, so I would probably enjoy being with other dogs as well. I’m the snuggliest polar bear this side of the North Pole, and I can’t wait to come home with you!

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Moose & Shadow Gigi

Age
Moose-DOB:08/16/2020Shadow-DOB:02/16/2021
Weight
Moose: 81 lbsShadow: 85 lbs
Sex
Male and Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Greetings from Moose and Shadow, and we’re here to say we are each other’s shadows because we’re a bonded pair! Being bonded means where one goes, the other follows. Just look how cute and snuggly we are in one of our photos? We enjoy being our humans’ shadows too because we love attention! Foster Mom compliments us on our pyr-pawing. We’re trying to tell her how much we love her and asking her to give us more pets, please! And if you’re all out of pets, you can brush us because we love to be brushed. Foster Mama would say we’re also strong like a moose because we do pull on the leash, but she’s working on it with us. We’re still young pyrs and getting to know what leash-walking means, so we just need some practice. We’re pretty good at listening to our humans. We already know the commands: no, sit, off, and lay down! I’ve heard moose have big, strong teeth as well because they eat about 70 lbs of food a day! We’re not super food-motivated, but we do love chew toys. It is just so much fun to chomp on a chew bone! When we’re outside, we have the best time romping around the yard and having zoomies together. To keep us safe, we need a 6-foot fence because we’re big like moose and could jump a shorter fence. Because we love the outside so much, we would need a doggy door for easy access if you work at the office during the day. Being free to roam the house while you’re away from home is really important to us too as crates don’t work for us. As much as we enjoy playing, we equally enjoy being couch potatoes because that means relaxing inside with our humans. We get along great with other dogs too, so we would have a nice time hanging out with doggy siblings. Have you heard the expression two halves make a whole? Well, we’re two, sweet cuddly halves of a bonded pair, and we’ve got a whole lot of love to give to you!

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Harley Clover

Age
DOB: 12/25/2023
Weight
33 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hello, World! Did you know that clovers are lucky? I’m Harley Clover, and my foster mom says that my name matches me perfectly because of my happy-go-lucky personality! My foster family enjoys watching me explore the house and the outdoors because I have a very curious nature. I love to play with other dogs too, including my sister Lulu. We have the best time romping around together in the yard, so I know I’ll enjoy a doggy companion at home. With me, you’ll be rolling in clover because I’m great with people as well. Foster Mama tells me that I’m very friendly and outgoing! Sometimes, I get a little scared when I’m approached outside, but I quickly realize you’re a friend, especially when you’ve got a treat in your hand. I feel all wrapped in clover whenever I’m being fed treats! Being a treat-motivated pup should make training easy and fun. As I’m still a baby pyr, I’ll need to continue the potty-training and leash-training that I’m doing with my foster mama. Us pyrs prefer positive reinforcement training which means training with treats and praise, please. If you adopt me, you’ll thank your lucky stars because I’m such a sweet and loving girl!
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Lulu Clover

Age
DOB: 12/25/2023
Weight
30 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Lucky Lulu, here! I’m lucky because of my name: Lulu Clover. My foster mom tells me that four-leaf clovers bring people luck.  And, you’ll be lucky to have me too because I’m a very sweet and loving girl! True, I can be a little like a wallflower at first when I meet new people, but with a gentle touch and a few delightful treats, I bloom into a cuddly pup. Belly rubs are my favorite! I’m the same way with new dogs too. When we’re introduced, I’m a bit stand-offish, but as soon as I realize we’re two leaves of the same clover, I’m all in! Just the other day, I had the best time playing with another pup, and I get along great with my sister, Harley Clover, of course. I’ll need training too because I’m still a baby pyr. Foster Mom is working on leash-training and potty-training with me, so my new family will have to continue teaching me these skills through positive reinforcement. Positive reinforcement means giving me treats and praise while I’m learning how to potty outside and how to walk on the leash. If there’s treats involved, I’m like a pig in clover which should make training me really easy! I know I’ll be the luckiest pyr in the world to go home with the right family for me. Could it be you?
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