Willow Walker here to say hello! Yep, I am also searching for a new Pyr-ever home like all the other fabulous Pyrs with GPRA. I am also a still learning youngster and grateful for all that my previous family taught me. They describe me as friendly, active, and playful.
Unfortunately, I could not stay with my family because I had littermate syndrome. Littermate syndrome is when two littermates do not get along. While this is not common, it does happen. My family decided it was best to separate my brother and me. I am sad, but I understand.
My family also worked with me on trading things I treasure for something better, and I am doing very well if I say so myself. The trading thing works better than just taking something away from me because it builds my trust.
What else can I share? Well, you will like knowing that I am housetrained and love car rides. So, if you are looking for a car buddy, I’m your girl. Just be sure to leave me home on hot Georgia days unless you plan to keep the AC constantly running. My favorite place is the backyard, which I call my Pyr-happy place.
Pyr-excited for a new start, Willow Walker
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