I guess its adventure time since I’m looking for a new home! At four-years old and 95 lbs., this house and crate trained girl who can stay home alone without causing any damage isn’t a good fit for my humans’ allergies and arthritis. I’m easy to live with, calm, and will stand silently at the door until you let me out. Unlike many Pyrs, I think tennis balls are fun alternatives to chasing my tail. I’d love a Pyr-savvy family who knows about my breed tendencies and will stay with me when it’s storming. I also hope you’ll socialize me to walk on a leash, greet visitors sitting down, and stay quiet when strangers get too close to the people I’m protecting. We’ll have to discover my reactions to kids, cats, and other dogs together since I’ve never met any. Curious? Great! please email email@example.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below.Apply to Adopt Contact Us
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