Anya and Freddie

71 and 80
Female & Male
Great Pyrenees
Hi. I am Anya, and this is my brother, Freddie. We were littermates and have always been together, through awful days and now good ones. To give you a little window into our previous life, we lived tied up on a five-foot chain. (Yes, it was horrible.) Now, it is time to put the past behind us and set our paws on a path toward happier days.
GPRA has learned that we are loving, friendly, active, and playful Pyrs. But, of course, as young Pyrs, we still need lots of leash work and obedience training (so, at least in some ways, we are like every young dog)!
We are thankful that GPRA is helping us return to our “Great” Pyrenees status. Now that we no longer live tied up, Freddie loves running around a big yard and feeling free, so he would especially like having a backyard. As for me, I’d love a yard, too! But, I just want my brother happy, and as long as we are together, I will be happy, too!
Pyrly thankful, Anya and Freddie

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