Hi, I’m Henry, a Great Pyrenees/Golden Retriever cross in the care of Adopt a Golden Atlanta. Here’s what they have to say about me:
Can’t miss me! I am the big beautiful Pyrenees/Golden mix, with a lot of Pyrenees traits! Those include smart, confident, fearless, and strong willed. You should read about Pyrenees and you will learn more about my personality.
Did I mention I am just over 2 yrs. old now with a good disposition?
Some people call me hardheaded, but I am also active and playful!
Good on a leash, I love to go walking.
Even better would be to share a 6ft wooden fenced in yard with another big, high energy dog! I socialize well with other dogs, but remember they need to like big, strong and pushy. You can tell them I make up for that in fun!
I have been working at U.S.Canine to handle affection better, that is just not important to me.
Also, U.S.Canine has been helping me with my resource guarding. Yes, I have been known to hoard food. So please no children in my forever home.
Hoping to find an experienced handler who can match me in intensity and tenacity so that I can be my best! I really want to be my best! Did I mention my breed is strong willed? Just saying that sometimes I am having so much fun, I miss the normal corrective measures and need rules to follow…and I am working on that too!
Having completed my Immersion program at U.S.Canine, I have free lifetime follow-up consultations (training) in their center. Their guidance to me and my future experienced handler is invaluable. So, I need my forever home to be close to North Metro Atlanta.
If you are interested in Henry, please contact Adopt a Golden Atlanta – http://www.adoptagoldenatlanta.com
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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.