Do I look familiar? I mean other than resembling all Pyrs in general? My first GPRA name was Noelle and I’m back now because my elderly mom wants me to have a home more suited to this 4-year-old, 76 lb girl. I’m housetrained and good with adults and children, and like hanging out with my fosters on the couch. Other dogs are fine, I play with them now and then, but I bet I’d like being an only dog, too. Oh, and apparently, I’m very laid back at home and on the leash, that is until the UPS truck shows up. That big brown thing gets every bark in me! You can leave me home alone, but you should know open doors and fence gates are very appealing. Once loose, I’m much more likely to come when a woman calls me than a man. My best new owner will be dog-smart and very patient. Do you believe in me as much as I believe in you? If yes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below.
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