Boo Boo Bear

6 yrs
100 lbs
Great Pyrenees
Hi! I am Boo Boo and one of GPRA’s magnificent seven. As part of the magnificent seven, I need a Pyr-knowledgeable, consistent and strong leader who will not give up on me and see me through some issues. I have been with GPRA for several months because finding the right home has not worked out. Sadly, I ended up with GPRA because my mom had a terminal illness and had to say goodbye. The two of us were very happy together, and she loved me very much.
Here is what GPRA has learned about me.
“Boo is shy to strangers. He is cautious about accepting someone, but he is a sweet Pyr once he knows you. He will lay his head on his human’s lap or shoulder and lean against you for petting. Those humans who Boo does not know should not be allowed to walk up and pet him, which is a guiding rule for most dogs.”
“Boo is afraid of thunder and fireworks but can be comforted by his humans.”
“Boo loves to play and do zoomies in a fenced-in yard. He also chases a ball which is somewhat unusual for a Pyr. Boo can be a bit goofy, too!”
Boo needs an owner willing and knowledgeable to help him with some resource guarding issues that surface about four months after joining a new home. Boo’s owner will need to be watchful and consistent with addressing the slightest guarding behavior.
GPRA recommends that Boo’s home not have children. However, a single human home might be an excellent fit for Boo.
GPRA is confident that the right home and owner is out there for Boo and will offer guidance on how to help Boo be successful.
Pyrly yours, Boo Boo

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