Millie Joy here, and I really love my name, do you? I am back with Rescue because I have some learning to do but so does everyone, right? You see, I am still a little possessive of my food bowl and territorial with my house.
Many Great Pyrenees have similar learning hurdles, and there are countless success stories out there. Just ask GPRA. I do my best to protect the things that I treasure, but I need to be less enthusiastic about this job. In the beginning, my forever home should not have other cats or dogs. What else can I share…well, a fenced-in backyard is also recommended for exercise until I learn better leash manners.
Oh, I almost forgot to share with you that I am very affectionate, loving, and gentle with children and really miss daily hugs and treats and being part of a family. Yes, I have some learning to do, and consistency and patience will help me. GPRA tells me that my family is out there.
Still waiting for my forever and another chance at a happily ever after…Mille Joy
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