Good day! I’m your steadfast, reliable, and gentle giant, Fred.
I was rescued with my sister from an abusive and bad situation. I will spare you the details, but our living conditions were miserable.
Thankfully, GPRA came to our rescue. My sister already found her family, and I’m Pyr-happy for her. The last step in my journey to fur-ever is finding my family. Lucky for me, I have been with an incredible foster home, so I am now ready for my very own humans, home, and comfy dog bed.
Here are a few things that my foster family has learned about me.
“Fred is the best. He is laid-back, cautious, fairly quiet, and very easy-going. Fred’s trust and confidence grow each day.” (Yes, my Pyr-confidence is returning.)
“Fred is house-trained. He will stand by the door or by his humans when he needs to go outside.” (Yes, I am learning good house manners from my foster parents!)
“Fred is very docile and the sweetest boy. His personality will continue to blossom.” (Yes, it takes time to trust when other humans have mistreated you, but I’m starting to believe that everything is going to be okay.)
“Thunder scares Fred.” (Yes, I do not like those loud noises. As long as I have a safe hideaway, I will be just fine.)
“For being mistreated, it has been heartwarming to see Fred’s personality begin to shine through. He loves attention. Lots of petting and scratching will help to build his trust.” (Thank you for helping me on my way!)
Pyrly grateful, Fred
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