Great Pyrenees Mix

Hey! Hi! I can’t stop smiling because I’m Dozer, a 1-year-old, still growing 61 lb boy and I heard I’m in line for not one but two families—a foster and a new furever family. I used to be a stray until some nice people let me stay with them and then they found GPRA. You and I should get to know each other if we’re going to live together so I’ll go first:I’m house trained but used to running loose, which I love but I know it’s safer if I learn to be on a leash. I’m OK in a crate if necessary but def not during storms since I’m afraid of loud noises. I’m good with kids, cats, and meeting people I don’t know. In fact, I bet your friends will really like me, too—unless they have a male dog. I’m not friendly to other boy dogs and sometimes aggressive with dogs in general. Remember though, I’m only a year old so a strong owner and consistent training could change my behavior, too. Oh, wait, I know something REALLY UNIQUE about me: I was born without a tail. It probably took me a little longer to learn to walk, you know, without a balancing rod but otherwise, I’m active and love like any other Pyrenees. The cool thing about no tail is I won’t knock over anything expensive, drag in leaves, or clear off the coffee table by accident when I’m super happy. That’s enough about me, tell me about you, or actually tell GPRA and they’ll share. Just email or click “Apply to Adopt” below if you want to meet.

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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.