Beau Dandelion

10 months
Great Pyrenees

Hi, I am the charming Beau Dandelion. I was a stray that walked up to someone’s home one day. Lucky for me, there was a nice lady who took me in and contacted those who could help me. Gosh, how lucky can a Pyr boy get to find just the right person after many homeless days!

Everyone says that I am super cute. (I prefer super handsome, but cute is ok, too.) They also say that I am sweet and gentle. (Well, thank you. I try.)

I’m now with an awesome foster family that will help me transition to my Pyr-ever home. (Can’t wait for the day to call a family and home my very own.)

Here are a few things that my foster family shared with GPRA about me.
“For only a ten-month-old Pyr, Beau is doing great in the house. He is shy, curious, submissive, and friendly.”

“Beau will chew, so we offer an approved alternative for chewing, which he needs as a growing boy.” (As you know, young dogs chew, but with patient owners who will redirect my chew needs, I will grow out of this phase.)

“If you stand next to him, Beau will roll over to have his tummy rubbed.” (Tummy rubs are fantastic!)

“Beau is still learning leash manners and how to walk on a leash.” (Yep, the leash thing is new, but I’m a quick learner.)

“Beau is house-trained.” (I told you I’m a quick learner.)

“Beau loves the backyard. He walks around and then returns on his own to the door to be let back inside.” (Having my very own backyard and home is much better than being a wandering and homeless stray.)

“We noticed that Beau is scared of fireworks.” (Yes, many fearless Pyrs are frightened by fireworks. By anticipating the timing of fireworks and getting me out and back inside before the loud noises occur, you will help ease my worries and keep me safe.)
Your easy-going and Pyr-gentle boy, Beau

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