My name sounds like it but I’m not from New Orleans and I don’t play the piano. But, at 3.5-years-old and 104 lbs. I’m sure I could eat a basket of beignets before the saxophone solo! My GPRA driver—I needed a ride from Murray County—says I’m a real sweetie who loves car trips and apparently never wore a collar or walked on a leash. Apparently, I did my Pyr ancestors proud though when I sat down and refused to follow. And speaking of being a smart breed perfectly capable of making our own choices, I’ve decided I like most farm animals except calves and when other dogs are horsing around (I’m punny, too!), I prefer tossing wood. Yep, you read me right. If you need help moving the wood pile, I’m your guy. Maybe. If I’m in the mood. And no one’s offering to rub my ears or give me treats instead. We can do other stuff, too. I’ll make a list while you please email email@example.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below so we can meet.Apply to Adopt Contact Us
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