Hi! I’m Lone Ranger, but I don’t want to be alone anymore! I want a family who will give me lots of love. Like any good ranger, I’m on the lookout for the pyr-fect family for me. Luckily, I’ll be easy to match because I’m great with kids and people. Plus, I’m house-trained which makes me an extra good boy! Us rangers tend to be well-acquainted with fuzzy creatures, and I’m no exception. I LOVE other dogs. Playing and socializing with other dogs is the best! This Lone Ranger is ready to hang up his hat of solitude. It would be AMAZING to have another doggy pal in my home to be my fur-ever friend! My new doggy brother or sister and I can play in the backyard. I do need a 6-foot fence to stay safe because I can get over a shorter one like most of my pyr brethren. I’m curious about kitty-cats too, so we probably would get along well. When we go out on a nature walk, I can use my ranger skills to show you the sights. And, you’ll never have to worry about me because I’m good on a leash and don’t pull. After taking in the fresh air, we can hop in the car and head back to our home on the range. I’m an excellent car rider and enjoy sticking my head out the window to feel the autumn breeze in my fur. They say home is where you hang your hat, or your leash in the case of us dogs. Take me home, and we’ll snuggle together as it gets colder outside.
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Our main mission at GPRA is to find the right permanent home for Great Pyrenees in distress, whether they are strays or from an overpopulated kill or no-kill shelter. We don’t care how old they are or what their medical condition is because we will make sure they receive a comprehensive medical evaluation, spaying or neutering, and even behavioral training if necessary.