I’m ready for a family, so if you’re ready for a 2-year-old, 81 lb. Pyr, we might be a perfect match. My foster mom calls me a Velcro dog because I attach myself to anyone who will pet me. Oh, and she just reminded me to tell you I’m house-trained, super friendly, and can be left home alone for hours. I like playing with other dogs and seem to get along best with the more submissive ones. I’m learning leash manners it just takes me a little while to settle down because I love going for walks! Also, I’m a very self-confident Pyr so a family willing to patiently and lovingly teach how to follow the rules. So far, I haven’t barked a lot but I likely to alert you to anything I think might hurt you. Well, that is if I become your dog and you become my family. My foster mom and the GPRA people will tell you anything else they know about me if you please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click either “Contact Us” or “Apply to Adopt” below.
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