Bonnie Lynn

2 years old
78 lbs
Great Pyrenees
Hi-ya! I’m Bonnie Lynn, and it’s good to meet you! Did you know that bon means good in French? Foster Mama says that describes me perfectly because I’m good at so many things! I’m good with other dogs. They’re fun to be around and play with, and I like to learn from my foster doggy sibling too. Also, I’m good with new people. When I meet new humans, I’m happy and count them as my friends. Foster Ma says I’m good in the car too; it’s a nice place to take a nap! While I have the good-est nature in the world, there are a few doggy duties I’m still learning like how to walk a leash. The leash is new to me, so I do pull; however, Foster Mom thinks with time, love, and patience, I’ll learn how to walk on the leash soon enough. Sometimes, I jump up on my new friends out of excitement, but I’m learning not to do that too. One area where I excel is backyard time! The backyard is a really good place to be. My foster family thinks I’ll definitely need a backyard for playtime and zoomies! I’m doing a good job of pottying outside in the backyard as well. Bonnie also means beautiful and cheerful, and my foster mom would agree. She describes me as joyful and sweet. Being home with my foster family, both human and fuzzy, just makes me so happy. Check out all my smiley pics! I show my Foster Mom how much I love her by following her around the house to say, “Cuddle me, please!” I’m a young pyr lady looking for the pyr-fect home for me where I’ll be given lots of love and time to learn.

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