76 lbs
Great Pyrenees
Many greetings to my pyr friends! I’m Mouse, and it’s marvelous to meet you! While most mice are miniature, I’m a big pyr boy who needs to gain a bit of weight. You’ve heard of a mouse in a house, and I live in a house too! I’m still learning how to potty outside, but my foster mama and I are making progress. One skill I’ve already mastered is walking on the leash. I’m a modest mouse when I meet people because I’m a little shy, but I warm up quickly. When I’m in my backyard, however, I have a lot more confidence and seem to want to play and make friends with the neighbor’s dogs. I’ll definitely need a yard because, to me, having some outdoor time makes the day magnificent! Everyone knows the game of cat and mouse, but this Mouse is very respectful of his foster cat siblings. Sometimes, I want to play with my mini kitty friends, but I listen when they give me a few swats to say, “No, Sir!” My foster family can tell you that I’m very magnanimous. At first, I’m very timid, but once I get to know you, I’m a very affectionate doggy! To me, the most magical part of the day is getting lots of pets from my foster parents. I haven’t had much exposure to those mini-sized creatures called kiddos, but they can be a little scary when they’re all together being loud and playful. My foster mama says I’m a mighty gentle soul, though, so I think with slow introductions, I could get used to them in time. I know the story of a mouse wanting a cookie, but all I really want is a family who will love me and help me settle into their lives.

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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.