DOB: 3/20/2022
62 lbs
Great Pyrenees

Hi, All! I’m June, and I’ve got a personality as warm as my summer month namesake! Cuddling with my foster mom really brightens my day. I’m a bit bashful at first, but once I get to know you, I’ll show you my sunny disposition and let you give me all the pets. Because I take time to warm up and sudden movements can scare me a bit, I think I’d prefer a home with older kids or just adults. My foster family tells me that my shining smile is proof of how happy and friendly I am after we’ve gotten to know each other. Feeling loved and safe means everything to me, and I’ll show you my gratitude by being a good listener. My foster mom has already taught me “sit” and “shake,” and we’re working on the commands: down, stay, and come. I do have some separation anxiety when left home alone, but as long as I have my doggy buddy and my own secure space, I calm down after about twenty minutes. My amiable attitude means I get along great with other dogs too. Right now, I live with another male pyr, and we have the best time romping around like two little rays of sunshine! When we’re in the backyard for playtime, I’ll need a six-foot fence to keep me safe because I can get over a shorter one. If I’m not wrestling with my pyr brother, I have a great time playing with tennis balls. June is the start of summer fun, and I can’t think of a better way to begin this sunlit season than you taking me home!

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