Apollo Ono

6 years old
93 lbs
Great Pyrenees

Hi, Everybody! There is a Winter Olympic speed skater named Apolo Ono whose name is almost like mine. I may not be as swift as an ice-skating olympian, but I walk at a leisurely pace that suits me just fine. My laid back stroll is a reflection of my personality; I’ve been described as calm, gentle, and sweet. I’m even good on the leash! While you won’t catch me on the ice-skating rink, I ride well in the car. Gold medals are fine, but I love pets and affection! I could win the medal for most -liked because dogs, cats, and chickens are my friends. Honestly, though, the most rewarding place to be is with my family. When I’m cozy at home, I love snuggling with the kiddos and hanging out with female dogs. This pyr is a ladies’ pyr! Every ice skater needs to know how to train, and I’m no exception. I already know the commands: “sit” and “come,” and I’m house-trained to boot, a snow-boot that is. I’m a big and easy-going boy, and the only race I’ll be winning is the one to your heart!

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