10 months old
There has been a moose sighting! It’s me, Moose Sawyer! What makes me a great find is that I’m good with kids, other dogs, and cats. In the pyr biz, we call that the triple whammy! Did you know that a baby moose is called a calf? Well, I guess that makes me a calf because I’m still a puppy. I do scratch at the door to say, “Hey, this moose has got to go potty,” but I’m still learning to be potty-trained. Leash-walking is something else I need help with. I’m very eager to please, so I’ll catch on quickly! My GPRA family says I’ve already got smarts because I know the commands: sit, stay, come, off, and down. For a pup, that’s an impressive feat! Something else I’m good at is riding in the car. Real moose would have a hard time fitting in any vehicle, but this Moose does just fine! At home, I’m very loving and easy-going with a side of rambunctious pyr puppy. Like a lot of my young pyr brethren, I still dig, chew, and protect my home and people, but slow introductions to new folks and positive-reinforcement puppy training will help me grow into the amazing adult pyr I’m meant to be. I’m ready to come home and bring you all the pyr puppy love you could ever want!
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