Hey, all. I am Charlotte. GPRA stepped up to rescue me after my previous owners no longer claimed me from the local shelter. You see, I got out and ended up in the shelter. At first, my owners claimed me. Sadly, the last time I escaped, they did not show up to get me. Thank you, GPRA!)
Since I am still a youngster, I have lots and lots to learn. GPRA says that I am a diamond in the rough because I’m such a fun, full-of-life, and gorgeous girl. They also said that I am a sweetheart that loves hugs. (Of course, I love hugs, I’m a Great Pyrenees!)
Obedience training, patience, consistency, lots of exercise, and routine will help me thrive and make you proud. If you put the time into teaching young me all I need to know now, you will have a well-mannered, devoted, and loyal guardian.
I’m proud to share that my leash walking skills are good and improving thanks to GPRA’s dog-loving walkers’ time and help. (These humans are Pyr-awesome!)
As I transition to my furever home and family, it will be best if I am the only dog in the house for a while as I am still learning proper manners with other dogs. Since I have not had any help in this area, it will only take me a short time to learn how to be my best Pyr-self! (Remember, I’m still learning and need your help!) Come meet me soon, because I will be snatched up quickly!
Pyrly yours, Charlotte
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