2 years old
Pleased to meet you pyr people! I’m Peter, and I’m paw-sitively pumped to go to my pyr-fect home! I’m a young male pyr, so I’m still learning how to walk on the leash. When I see other dogs on our walks, I get so excited and pull. Because I look to my humans for direction, though, I know I’ll be prancing perfectly in no time! Everyone’s prepping for summer, so if we need to run some errands, you can take me along. I am learning how to ride in a car too, but I can get a little carsick and have to lifted into the car. One skill I’ve pretty much mastered, however, is going potty outside. In other words, I’m house-trained! Summertime fun is something I already know really well too! I am perky pup with lots of puppy energy, so I am ready for zoomies in backyard with my foster doggy sibling any time. I’m really personable with kids too because of my very sweet and affectionate personality. Plus, kids love to give hugs and cuddles, and I’m all for it! Belly-rubs and ear-rubs are a pleasant way to spend a summer afternoon too. While I am my plucky self around my foster family, I do take a little time to warm up to new people, and I can get a little head-shy. I have a curious and loving nature, though, so I warm up quickly. While I’ve been told I have a pearly-white smile, I do need to gain some weight. Good thing I like liver treats! Chewing on things in general is fun, but I am learning to only chew on my toys. I know the word “no,” so I just need some practice. When my foster family leaves me home alone, though, I do really well in the crate. For me, puppy paradise is being with the people I love. Won’t you take me home and make this peace-loving pyr a part of your family?
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