On the outside, I’m an 7-month-old, 56 lb Pyr puppy but on the inside, I’m a scaredy-cat. My current owner did a wonderful thing saving me from horrific conditions—and I’m grateful—but I need a calmer, slower, quieter, less active place to recover from my rough start. Right now, I live with four kids, and lots and lots going on. I go flat when it’s time to go out, hide from the other seemingly very nice family dog, and have started growling to protect my privacy. I don’t like being this way, but it’s an instinct to protect myself from what frightens me. As soon as I learn my new situation is different from my old one, I think I’ll grow into a happy, loving Pyr. Plus, no one’s even tried training me, they just seem to assume I’d be like their other dog. I’m already crate trained and I just pancake myself to the couch when you leave me home alone. Do you have a peaceful, slow home I could join? Or at least visit? If yes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click “Apply to Adopt” below soon. I really want to be a happy Pyr instead of a scaredy-cat!Apply to Adopt Contact Us
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