4 months old
Great Pyrenees

Joyous greetings from me, Jameela! I’m just jumping with joy to meet you. Foster Mama says I’m a jovial pup, so I know we’ll have a jolly time playing in the backyard. And, we’ll have lots of fun taking little jaunts around the neighborhood too! The jewel in my crown, though, is my sweetness. All I want to do is snuggle and snuggle some more! Foster Mom also tells me I’ve got the best disposition because I’m a social pyr girl. In fact, I’m at my most jubilant when I’m around people. Humans are the peanut butter to my jelly! To meet more people, we can jet to the coffee shop or the park as riding in the car is my jam. I’ll probably spend the ride with my head on your shoulder. My foster family thinks I’d do well with other dogs too as long as they’re not overly dominant. I’ve got a more submissive personality, so I need a doggy sibling who will understand and accept me. As with all puppies, I’ll need adopters who will continue my potty-training, leash-training, and basic command training through positive reinforcement, please. Us pyr pups really jive with behavior being rewarded via treats and praise! Lots of love and bonding time will be a great jumpstart to my life as well. If you’re ready for the jam-packed, joyride of raising a baby pyr, then consider adopting me today. I can’t wait to join your family and give you all my love!

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