Hi! My name is Sadie Summer, and I am looking for my fur-ever home to live out my golden years. GPRA tells me that I will not live tied up outside anymore. Is it true that I may get my very own comfy dog bed, too?
If you wonder why this loving Pyr is with GPRA, the simple answer is that my family closed the farm and moved to the suburbs without me. I was left behind. Well, I know I can be a suburbs dog, too, with the right humans!
Thankfully, GPRA came to my rescue! Although I am shy, I will surely open up my Pyr heart with kind-hearted humans. I am also relatively quiet. However, if I see a suspicious mailperson or squirrel, I will sound an alarm to keep you safe.
Ignore my shaved haircut. It’s not my best look. I cannot wait for my fur to be as white and full as all of GPRA’s other Pyrs!
Did you know that GPRA knows of Pyrs that live into their late teenage years? Since my life is just starting, I plan to live on for many more years. Will you open your home and heart to me?
Pyr-ready for a life of comfort and love, Sadie Summer.
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