1 year 10 months
Greetings to all! I am Mila! If you live life to the fullest and seek an active, very smart, playful, and fun Pyr, I am your girl. I am proof that the very best things only need dedicated time, patience, and lots of love. My joyful, highly engaging, and full-of-life personality certainly shines through in my photos, right?
GPRA’s best-of-the-best foster family continues to be amazed at how much I have learned and cannot wait to tell the world all about me. Seeing their happiness and joy in my progress makes me one proud girl. They also know that I will continue to blossom and thrive with a confident, active, patient, and knowledgeable Pyr owner. Here are a few things that they want to share with you.
“Mila is a very sweet, young girl. She is also very smart, with an emphasis on ‘very.’ Therefore, a knowledgeable and consistent Pyr owner will know what she needs to keep her mind and playful energy engaged. She also needs lots of attention and cuddles.”
“Mila will be a perfect dog for someone who is genuinely dedicated to her and continues to invest time in her. I would love for Mila to have a backyard and a large-breed male dog to play with as she loves my young, large male. They play non-stop together.”
“Mila will be an exceptional hiking buddy. She will be a perfect companion to an active owner who loves hiking, exploring, and tackling new adventures.”
“Mila can catch treats. She has also learned other fun games, such as stacking a few treats on her paw and telling her to ‘leave it’ as you stack the next treat. These games stimulate her playful personality and intelligence.”
So, there is much more to learn about me, and I cannot wait to meet you! Do you know some games to teach me? If yes, I cannot wait!
Your full-of-life Pyr girl, Mila
For consistency purposes, GPRA recommends teenage or older children in Mila’s fur-ever home. Consistency will be essential for Mila’s continued success.
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