Hellos. I am Tanya!
If you seek a lovely, friendly, and Pyr-sweet girl, then look no further because here I am. My previous owner really loved me but could no longer care for me. Before I was surrendered to GPRA, I slept in a van because my owner did not have other options. Now, I’m ready for a new family who will talk sweetly to me and keep me fur-ever.
My foster family is the absolute best. Here are a few things they have learned about me.
“Tanya loves new people and is very friendly.” (Yes, I love meeting and getting lots of pets from all the humans.)
“Tanya will make an ideal companion for someone who works at home and can take her on short walks throughout the day.”
“Tanya absolutely loves a fenced-in backyard and enjoys smelling the fresh air and just wandering around the yard.” (Psst…this is the secret to a happy Pry!)
“Tanya loves children. Children should be teens or older to walk Tanya because she is strong.” (Yes, I need more leash training, but I am improving every day.)
“Tanya knows when it’s time for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. She will sit by her bowls or stand by the kitchen island waiting to be served dinner.” (Of course, I know when it’s time to eat, I’m a Pyr.)
“Tanya is somewhat of a couch potato. Her favorite thing is to sit on the outside deck or relax in her nest behind our rhododendrons!” (Most Pyrs claim favorite spots in the house and outside. My outdoor spot is very shady and even has flowers.)
“Tanya is still learning how to walk on a leash without pulling. We encourage her to take short walks several times throughout the day.” (I told you my foster family is the best!)
“Tanya loves to be brushed! She cannot get enough brushing.” (Yes, just keep brushing.)
So, that’s a bit about me. Now, it’s time to meet you!
Pyr-ready for the good life, Tanya
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