I am a 1.5-year-old, 80 lb. boy who used to be an outdoor dog. My owners are moving, and something called COVID means no dogs allowed on overseas flights. I’m so lucky I now have the best foster family that includes humans, six other Pyrs and even chickens and bunnies. I learn fast and have had NO accidents in the house since day one. I love my new indoor life! I can be a bit shy at times and don’t always enjoy taking medicine but my foster mom is teaching me to be patient and says I’m so smart! I am coming out of my shell more and more every day. I now play with my foster brother, a Pyr mix, and we have so much fun! I am great with all of the dogs in my foster home and I’ve met a couple of other dogs that came to visit as well. I think I would do best in a house with another young, big dog. I am great with my foster mom’s cats and kittens as well. I watch the chickens in the backyard and I’m fine with the bunnies too. I’ve never met young kids, but I LOVE teenagers. I have to tell you a secret I am super picky about food but I love human food. I used to be free fed but now I’m learning to eat twice a day with my pack. I’m learning so much in my new temporary home! I’ve even gotten used to being brushed! I walk very well on a leash and ride great in the car. I believe I will make a great companion for someone, I really want a new loving fur-ever home. If you want to meet me or hear more about me, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below.
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