DOB: 04/02/2015
105 lbs
Great Pyrenees

Hey, Everybody! I’m Gurley, and it’s great to meet you. I’m a lovely, housetrained gal who has her I’ve gotta go game face on lock! I’ll let you know when it’s potty time by standing by the back door and saying, “Woof!” In general, the backyard is a pretty good place to be. Watching the woods and everything that goes on inside it is the best doggy TV! When it comes to other dogs in my home, I’m very genteel. My doggy foster sister is my best girl pal, and we have a great time playing outside. I have a young doggy male friend too, and we have some good zoomies together! If you just want to stroll around the neighborhood, I’m great on the leash. I can be strong on the leash if I see another dog, but my foster mom easily redirects me with a treat. We are working on it together because walking is genuinely one of my favorite things to do! The only parts I don’t like about the outdoors are thunder and fireworks like a lot of my pyr brethren. Good thing I love being indoors too! Cozy is this girl’s middle name, so we can snuggle up on the sofa together. The couch is my favorite place to sleep because lounging by my humans just gladdens my heart. Foster Mama says I have a very sweet and loving personality, and I truly adore my foster family! When you come back to the house, I greet you with giddy enthusiasm and lots of pyr paw to say, “Welcome home!” While you can leave me home alone without being crated, I can come with you on your outings too because I ride well in the car. If we’re going to the groomer, even better, because I am really good at being brushed and bathed. I’m a friendly pyr girly just looking for a family to love, and I guarantee you’ll love me right back!

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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.