1 year
65 lbs
Great Pyrenees

Hello, Hello! Dante and I came to GPRA together. We love being together but we’re not bonded and can be adopted to different families.

We both are goofy, grateful, and playful!

Dante: Thanks to GPRA, we are no longer abandoned Pyrs living on our own!
Simon: Yes, abandoned! After our previous owner moved away, we were left all alone!

Dante: Yes, left to fend for ourselves! But, thanks to a lovely lady who found us, we now get a second chance at living a safe and loving life!

Simon: As Pyrs, we are resourceful and intelligent and found shelter for ourselves under a trailer. The trailer provided refuge from the heat and rain, but it was not cozy.

Dante: Do you think you can give us a cozy home with our very own dog beds and food bowls?

Simon: Dante, can you even imagine sleeping in a dog bed?

Dante: Since we had each other, life on our own was ok, because we knew of nothing else. Although, finding food was not easy. Now that we are with GPRA, food and fresh water arrive twice each day. Life is definitely looking Pyr-tastic!

Simon: The one good thing about life on our own was that I had Dante, and we played together a lot! You see, I can be a little skittish! GPRA learned this when they arrived to save us.

Dante: Yes, Simon is a bit more cautious, but he knows a good human when he sees one. We knew the GPRA volunteer had arrived to help us, so we eagerly jumped right into the van and were excellent travelers.

Simon: Not bad for life on our own Pyrs, right? Yep, we are awesome boys!

Dante: We hope to meet our future family soon!

Your Pyr-fun and goofy boys, Dante and Simon

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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.