Ever hear a Pyr bark with a British accent? Me, either so my parents asked GPRA to find this 2-year-old. 125 lb. boy a new home before they move to England. We will miss each other so much but the change is important for my parents. Plus, I’ve heard such great things about GPRA adopters, I’m actually kind of excited about my fresh start, too. Here’s a long list of reasons to choose me: I’m house-trained, good with our young teen granddaughter, love car rides, and get along with dogs and cats. Now, if the felines come too close to my food, I sound a warning growl but I’m fine with people reaching for my food, treats, or toys. In fact, I follow the sit-wait command at feeding time and patiently wait my turn as last in the pack. Yeah, I live with six, count them SIX, tiny dogs and I’m still well behaved! Small people, however, I’m not sure about because I’ve never met any. It’s worth noting, though, I’m sweet, loving, and don’t react to thunderstorms or loud noises. There’s some other fun stuff about me, like how I stop barking on command and what my parents add to my food. If you please email email@example.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below, they’ll tell you my magic word and toppings then maybe we can meet?Apply to Adopt Contact Us
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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.