Hellos. I’m Bailey. Well, here I am. I have no idea why my family decided that I need to have a new home, and it’s indeed sad. However, I will Pyr-up and make the best of it.
So, here’s a bit about me. I’m your normal Great Pyrenees with my own uniqueness.
Some of my favorite things include being outside to enjoy the sights and sounds of all that is happening. If you have a fenced-in backyard, I will be Pyr-happy to have my own space.
If you have other cats or dogs, you will want to feed us separately and pick up our food bowls when all of us are done eating. This way, I will forget about my food bowl that I like to guard. Yes, I know I can improve in this area. Oh, and do not leave food on the counter unless you would like me to clean up the kitchen for you because I may counter surf. (What’s a Pyr to do when there’s food in front of us?)
Although I’m good on a leash and love walks when it’s cooler in the mornings and evenings, I will want to protect my humans from the occasional car or another dog. So, yes, be prepared. It is an area for improvement. However, this is common with Pyrs. With additional training and reinforcement, I will continue to improve.
The smaller humans are my absolute favorite. No surprise there, right? I love it when they love me because I just want to love them. You will get my Pyr paw if you stop petting me. If you have not received the Pyr paw, you are in for a treat! It’s a Pyr’s way of telling our humans to keep loving us.
Seeking a second chance at a Pyr-ever home, – Bailey
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