Maya Jax

Age
8 months old
Weight
68 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hello, darlings! I’m Maya, and I’m so happy to be at my GPRA foster home. I’m getting lots of love, and my foster mama says affection is the way to my heart. When you stop petting me, I give you pyr paw to say, “More pets, please!” Kids are my favorite type of humans to be with because they never stop giving me attention, but I love all my humans very much. I think that’s why I get nervous when my foster family leaves. I do well in the crate, though, and wait for them to return to me. I’m still a pup, so I need my new family to continue leash training and potty training with me. I want to be the very best young pyr-lady I can be! Will you take me home, so I can become a part of your family?
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Lexi Dots

Age
8 months old
Weight
59 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hello, darlings! I’m Lexi Dots, and don’t you think I have the most beautiful eyes? Very soulful for a puppy! My GPRA family says I’m very sweet, and my favorite thing in the whole wide world is belly rubs! I’m a tiny bit shy at first because I’m still learning to trust humans, but I warm up quickly. Then, I want, you guessed it, more belly rubs! I give nose kisses too. I mean who doesn’t love to boop noses with a pyr? Because I’m a young pup, I need some training on going potty outside and walking on a leash, but I know I can do it! One thing I’m already good at is riding in the car. Just pyr, I mean peer, into my eyes and see all the love I have to give. Take me home and help me become the good-est pyr girl I can be!
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Sue Ellen Dallas

Age
9 weeks old
Weight
10 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Howdy, I’m Sue Ellen! Foster Mama says I’m one special lady because I look you in the eyes with all the pyr love in the world. According to my foster mom, I’m sweeter than pecan pie, and darling, that’s sweet! My favorite way to get affection is through belly rubs. I love my humans, and when I show them my little round belly, I’m saying, “I love you!” In fact, as soon as you bend down to pet me, I roll over. My first name is Sue Ellen, but my middle name should be chill because that’s what I am. Because I’m such a good, calm girl, I get along great with Foster Mama’s grown pyrs and all the other dogs we’ve met. Playing with them is my second favorite activity after cuddling! I’m smart too! If you call my name, I’ll come right to you. I’m also almost all the way potty-trained which makes Foster Mama say, “Yee-haw!” I may be the second largest in the litter, but I am just a love-bug waiting to come home to you!

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Bobby Dallas

  • Bobby Dallas
  • Bobby Dallas
  • Bobby Dallas
  • Bobby Dallas
  • Bobby Dallas
  • Bobby Dallas
Age
DOB 08/22/2022
Weight
21.4 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix
Well, hello, Ladies and Gents! It’s Lady Bobby, here, and I’m darn tootin’ pleased to meet you. Like any Dallas girl worth her salt, I’m the queen of the pack. I do just peachy with my littermates and my grown-up foster pyr siblings, but I like to be in charge. I am the biggest and most muscular of the litter which is great because it makes me all the better at playing. Chasing balls in the backyard and playing with my toys inside is a hoot! Playing with my foster family both human and fuzzy is a rootin’ tootin’ good time too! I’m not all brawn, though; us charismatic cowgirls also got brains. Foster Mama says I’m really good at doing my business outside. That’s an impressive feat for any pup! If you’re looking for an energetic dog with that loving pyr personality, I’m your gal!
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Olive

Age
9 months
Weight
62 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Greetings, pyr people! I’m Olive, and I can’t wait to meet you! Olives come in all different colors, and I have a few: white, brown, black, gray. Okay, so I’m mostly cream-colored because I’m a pyr, but my markings are beautiful! My foster mama says I’m just as beautiful on the inside. I’m bursting with so much love that I just want to jump up and give hugs! We’re working on the command “off,” though, and Foster Mom is teaching me “sit” too. I’ve got a bit of that typical pyr stubbornness, but when my foster doggy brother was getting a treat for doing a command, I realized I could do it too! When I’m not learning, I like to do a variety of things. Just like olives come in many different flavors like garlic-stuffed, cheese-stuffed, and pepper-stuffed, new activities are what keep life entertaining. Foster Mommy says I like to patrol the fence, chew bones, play chase with my foster dog bro, and sniff everything! I’m a puppy, so I’m always busy having fun. When I’m not running around in the backyard, I like to get petted by my foster family. I love all the attention and cuddles you can give me. All you have to do is look at my sweet face, and you know I’m going to be the best, most loyal girl. Take me home, and olive you forever! Get it? Ol-ive you sounds like I’ll love you, and I will!
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Ambra

Age
7 months
Weight
64 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hello, my pyr-loving darlings! I’m Ambra, and my name means precious jewel. My foster parents think I’m certainly special because of how sweet I am. My name also sort of sounds like amber, which is a type of jewel. I like it because it’s yellow like sunshine, and Foster Mama says I just love being outdoors! Fancy as my name sounds, I came from a farm, so the backyard is such a familiar and fun place to be. Sometimes, though, it’s nice to enjoy the fresh air by going for a walk in the neighborhood. My foster parents say that I’m still learning how to walk on a leash, but like a diamond in the rough, I’ll learn and then be brilliant at it! Ambra can also mean “Ruler of the Jewels” which is funny because I actually prefer following my doggy foster siblings around the house. I’m learning so much from them. They’re teaching me how to be a house dog, and I’m loving it! I’m an absolute gem of pyr, and I can wait to come home with you!

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Pearl Ginger

Age
2 years and 6 months old
Weight
63 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
It’s your girl, Pearl, here, and I’m so pleased to meet you! Us Pearls really do have such a pretty shine, and my pyr-sonality is brilliant in so many ways. For one, I’m good with other dogs. I just give them a sparkling smile, and they want to be my best friend! I’m great with humans too, and to show them how much I love them, I give them lots of hugs. Like my name suggests, I’m a smaller pyr, so my hugs won’t hurt you. But, Foster Mama says, I can definitely learn the command: down; I’m already learning “sit” too. When we’re training, I’m not really food or treat-motivated except when it comes to hot-dogs. We Pearls are classy, and a hot-dog is an American classic! Another good quality that adds polish to this Pearl is I ride well in the car. Perhaps, we’ll go to the store to get me some more hot-dogs. If you want to walk around the neighborhood, instead, I’ll dazzle you with my leash manners. Foster Mom says I’m a gentle walker. Once we get home, I’ll want nothing more than to curl up by your side. Don’t worry! We can share the couch because I’m a pocket pyr. My absolute favorite activity is giving and getting lots of love! Let’s turn on your preferred Halloween movie, and we’ll snuggle under the covers. My foster family says I’m one lustrous lady, and I’d love to come home with you and be your pyr-fect girl!
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Bonnie Babette

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Age
7 years old
Weight
81 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Bonjour, my pyr enthusiasts! I am Bonnie Babette, and my name is very French! Paris is the City of Love, and I’d fit right in because I just adore my humans. They are as precious to me as cheese is to the French, and I snuggle them a lot to let them know how much I love them. When I see my foster humans, I am just so happy to greet them! The little ones, les enfants as the French say, are wonderful to play with, but adults are lovely too. In fact, if you stop petting me, I like to give you pyr paw to remind you I still want attention, and voila, the petting continues! Paris is also a walking city, so it is tres bien, or very good, that I am excellent on the leash. If you rather take the car, though, that is also fantastique because I am a very good car rider. I’m sweeter than any French pastry, and I’m ready to come home with you!

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Lady Liontail

  • Lady Liontail
Age
2 years old
Weight
77 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Salutations, pyr ladies and gents! I’m Lady Liontail, and like the knights of old, I love being outside and going on adventures. A fenced-in yard is a must for me! Each day, I get what you humans call “the zoomies,” so I need an area to stretch my legs and run a bit. I’m also quite like a medieval princess who is very happy and ready to fall in love with her new family. My foster family says I’m very sweet and enjoy relaxing inside with them too. If you adopt me, you can be my knights in shining armor! I’d be just delighted to go to a home with another doggy companion too because I love to play. When I am not jousting with my fellow doggy brethren, I simply adore playing with chew toys and squeaky toys. If we need to go on a quest, or just a walk around the neighborhood, you can count on me because I love walking on the leash. In the castle, or the house, I am a champion at commands; I already know “sit” and “wait.” If you’re looking for a playful and charming young pyr lady who adores people, then I say, “To horse,” or to car, and come take me home!

 

 

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Paizley

Age
11 months old
Weight
65 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Greetings, pyr friends! I’m Paizley, and I’m positively pleased to meet you! Fall is just around the corner, and I’m excited to curl up on the couch next to you like two pumpkins in the patch. I’m a little shy at first, but once I get to know you, we can nestle up together and watch the leaves fall. My foster mom says I’m as sweet as pumpkin pie spice, so I’m just wonderful with those little chestnuts you call children too. Humans are near and dear to my heart, but I like hanging around with other soft and cuddly friends as well like other dogs and cats. If you want to take our family, both human and fuzzy, on a walk in the crisp, fall air, I’m great on the leash! But, if you feel like staying in by the warm fire, that’s okay too. I like to go outside for frequent potty breaks, though, because I’m learning how to be potty-trained. Foster Mama says, I’m almost all the way house-trained! While we’re relaxing inside and waiting for the apple pie to bake, you could brush me. I do like being brushed because I love all the attention and pets you want to give me. I’m ready for sweater-weather, or snuggle-weather as I like to call, and if you are too, then take me home! We can watch Halloween movies and tell scary stories!

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