8 weeks old
11 lbs
Great Pyrenees
Hello, chap! Chap means friend in England, and my name suits me because I’m very friendly. Foster Mom says I’m good with other dogs. Check out how cute I am cuddling my brother in that first pic! I love to play, so all the dogs can be my mates. Mate is another British term for friend! My foster family and I are really chummy too, and I like to show them how much I love them with cuddles. When I’m not playing in the garden or snuggling with the fam, I like to chew on teething toys. I’ve been told by my foster mama that teething is all a part of growing up, so this Chap just needs some chew toys to chomp on. Chewing is proper fun, but I can be all about business too. Specifically, I am getting really good at doing my business outside, and if I have to use the loo inside, I know to use the pee pads. Foster Mum says I’m a bright lad because I learn fast! In fact, she’s been teaching me how to walk on the leash. I can’t wait to take a walk around the neighborhood! I promise to be a good chap, so contact GPRA and think about taking me home!

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