Yetti Pooh

5 years old
85 lbs
Great Pyrenees
Winter Greetings, my pyr friends! Us pyrs sure love this chilly weather. My foster mama says I absolutely adore being outside in the cold and exploring the backyard. It’s fun to bark out there too! Classic pyr, am I right? I have some new foster doggy siblings, and I enjoy being around them as well. When Foster Mom wants me to come back inside, she calls my name, and I listen and go to her. See, I’m a good boy! Because I listen so well, I know I’ll be house-trained in no time. I’m almost there! In the house, I just want to be near my humans. Everyone who meets me talks about how sweet and affectionate I am. They even say I’m the epitome of the pyr’s nickname: The Gentle Giant. Gosh, I’m blushing! Being a gentle giant, I am very good with kids; I love those little critters. I can’t wait to come home with you, and guess what? I’m an excellent car rider, so I’ll jump right in!

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