Hi there! My name is Lex, how about we get to know each other?
I’ll start- let me just say I am an excellent and oh so handsome companion. I typically like to lounge around the house and “go with the flow” but will jump up to go for a walk with my humans any time!
Speaking of walks, I LOVE them and am very well-mannered on the leash. Just make sure (as any responsible dog owner should) that I am always on a leash or I might just try to escape for some extra fun and oh do I love to be chased!
I love love my family big and small but prefer big humans because you know, less tail tugging and more big boy exercise! I am house-trained *hold for applause* and am happy being loose in the house at all times! Bonus: I am great with cats, in fact I think they’re the boss of me and am very respectful of them.
I am very friendly towards all other doggos and strangers I meet, meeting new friends is fun so let’s do it often!
A few things they say potential families should note and things I can work on (pfft I’m already pyrfect though)
I have general anxiety, before my last home no one knows my history so we cannot say what from.
I do not like to be left outside… I do my business and back in I go or I will bark and quickly dig out of the yard. Uh oh.
I am not a fan of confinement: crates or car rides. So little in fact, I will try and climb all the way into the front seat to be in your lap… idk what is wrong with that though, I am the protector and would make a great chau”fur”.
I also get very protective of my food and bone around others I deem subordinate. I’m sure we can work this out though in good time!
Overall, I am the best boy who deserves lots of love and patience. I can be stubborn as many young male Pyrs are, but will reward you with my own fluffy hugs and cuddles on the couch. Let’s have a pyrfect pawty! What do you say?
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