So, let’s see…what “Kane” I tell you about myself? hee hee hee. woof! I’m a 1-year-old, 74 lb. boy who’s clearly fun, considering that brilliant play on my name I just made! The nice shelter staff caring for me before GPRA said I like playing fetch and appear to be housetrained because I will NOT potty in my kennel. Being outside is terrific, but if I’m alone too long, I start looking for playmates over the top of the fence or under the grass. I’m really hopeful my new family will teach me grown-up dog manners, like maybe a less surprising way to ask humans to play with me besides bumping into them with unfettered joy! If you’ve been waiting for a young, joyful guy with plenty of time to learn how to be the Pyr everyone wishes they had, then please email email@example.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below.Apply to Adopt Contact Us
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