Great Pyrenees

Hi, I am the sweet girl, Skye Sundance!

How I ended up in a shelter is unknown and a sad reality for too many dogs. But, I am one of the lucky ones. Thank you, GPRA!

Recently, I have been living in the most Pyr-fabulous foster home. My foster family is getting me ready for Adoption Day and my fur-ever!
Here is what GPRA knows about me.

“Skye is a cuddler, very curious, playful, and a talker.” (Yep, I try to interact with my humans. If only dogs could talk, right?)”Skye loves to play with her stuffed animals. She will toss them in the air and catch them.” (I love to play games. Would you like to play toss with my favorite stuffed animal and me?)

“Although she sometimes pulls, Skye does very well on the leash. She is quite the lady when meeting other dogs.”
“Housetraining is still a work in progress with Skye, but she’s getting better every day. (Thank you for being patient with me. I will get it all figured out very soon.)
“What I love most about Skye is that she is a velcro Pyr. She loves, loves, loves to be near her humans. If you allow her, she will try to crawl in your lap, too. She is a big baby and will soak up loving attention.”
“Being outside makes Skye very happy. She will thrive in her own backyard. When outside, Skye will sit quietly and gaze up at the sky while her head follows every sound she hears. I think this might be why her name is Skye. She is adorable to watch.” (Why, thank you. Sky gazing is better when shared, so please join me!)

Your Pyr-sweet thing, Skye Sundance

Donate to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta

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.