Cassie

Age
2 yrs
Weight
90 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Good day to you! I am Cassie. I was found as a stray and taken to a shelter. The shelter staff said I am a lovely and easy-going Pyr.
Upon my arrival to GPRA, I was given a thorough examination and received several vaccinations by an exceptional veterinary team. Then, GPRA’s very best volunteers put me through the magic grooming transformation, which means someone spent a lot of time brushing me out and bathing me.  (That bath felt so good, and now my skin and coat also feel terrific!) Although baths are new to me, and I didn’t particularly appreciate staying in the water, GPRA volunteers said I was a total sweetheart throughout the entire ordeal.
Now, I am with the best foster family, and here are a few things they’ve learned about me.
“Cassie is sweet, outgoing, friendly, and playful. She loves giving her Pyr paw.”
“Cassie loves walks and will follow her humans around the house. But, as soon as her humans stop and sit down, Cassie will also relax with us.”
“She is easy on the leash and will walk beside her human.”
“Cassie is always interested in saying hello and being playful when she sees other dogs. In addition, shelter staff indicated that Cassie is good with other cats and dogs.” (I truly am an easy-going and amiable girl.)
“Cassie is house-trained.” (Taking me outside 4-5 times every day helps me be a very good girl in the house.)
“Our favorite things about Cassie are her endearing, sweet puppy eyes and when she gives her Pyr paw.” (If you have never received a Pyr paw, you are in for a treat! Giving my Pyr paw is my way to get your attention, show my Pyr love, and request that you continue petting me.)
Well, that is a bit about me. So, when do I get to meet you? Everyone says I will be an excellent companion, so meet me soon!
Your Pyr-paw girl, Cassie
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Our main mission at GPRA is to find the right permanent home for Great Pyrenees in distress, whether they are strays or from an overpopulated kill or no-kill shelter. We don’t care how old they are or what their medical condition is because we will make sure they receive a comprehensive medical evaluation, spaying or neutering, and even behavioral training if necessary.