Hi, my name’s Luca Atlas, and I’m paws-itively pleased to meet you! My GPRA transporter says I’m very sweet. I guess that I live up to my name which means “bringer of light.” Let me brighten your day with all my hugs and love that I like to give. I’m a very affectionate pyr! My transporter says, I even tried to sit in his lap on our car ride, but when he told me, “no,” I listened very well. I’m a brilliant listener! I am just gleaming with good manners because I was a calm car rider too. I didn’t bark or react to anything as we drove along. I also got a glowing walking report. Mr. Transporter said that I walked well on the leash even though I wasn’t really sure what a leash was. Going to the play yard is always a bright spot in my day, and I, sometimes, try to jump up on the fence because I’m so excited to be in the sparkling autumn sun. My GPRA friends say I’ll need a 6 ft fenced-in backyard to make sure I stay safe. Something that would definitely put a sparkle in my eye is a playmate because I love to play! Another glittering aspect of my personality is that I love to be groomed! My GPRA walker friends groomed me for about an hour, and I just patiently sat while they made my coat nice and glossy. I radiate so much charm and good cheer that I know I will be a spot of sunshine for any family who adopts me. Could it be you?
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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.