Elsa Snow Queen

3 years old
80 lbs.
Great Pyrenees
Winter Greetings, my fellow chilly-air enthusiasts! All us pyrs just love this colder weather, and I’m no exception. Being outside and being walked are the best way to spend a crisp afternoon. I adore hanging out in the backyard with my pyr friends. Large and medium sized dogs are my go-to pals! While I am a queen, I’m very sweet and submissive with my doggy companions. With kitty-cats, I can either ignore or try to play with them. It depends on my mood. Chickens and ducks are not welcome in my snowy kingdom, however; I just want to chase them! Every queen has their crown, but if other people are wearing hats, I get really offended (and scared!). Like most of my majestic pyr comrades, I am fearful of storms and other loud noises. The most queenly thing about me, though, is how well I treat my human subjects. I’m very sweet, loving, and a good girl. When my loyal human says, “sit,” “come,” or “down,” I give my royal ear and listen. I am magnificent with kids too! Before I took up residence in my foster family’s palace, I used to live mostly outside, so I’ll need time to get used to being housetrained and potty-trained. Lady Foster Mama says I’m already doing great, though! Take me home, and I’ll be the Queen of Your Heart! 

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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.