Summer Duckie

Age
1 year and 6 months
Weight
74 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hey, y’all! I’m Summer Duckie, and I’m here to let the sunshine in with my warm and loving personality! Foster Mama says I’m very sweet and polite, so I make friends easily with humans and dogs. I’m especially like a ray of sunshine with children because I brighten their day with lots of pyr smiles and cuddles. Just like those tiny humans, I have a lot of energy! I really need to go to a home with another dog who can be my playmate and companion. With me at home, every day will be our day in the sun because I’m housetrained! I let you know when I need to go potty, and the only thing I chew on are my chew toys. While I don’t know every command under the sun, I do know the really important ones: sit, stay, and come. I’m also good on the leash, so let’s go on a walk and soak up some sun! If you want to go for Sunday drive, I ride well in the car too. My sunny disposition and my fun-loving pyr-sonality will have you waking up every day saying, “Good morning, Sunshine!”
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Odie Isaiah

Age
1 year old
Weight
67 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Hi, Pyr Pals! I’m Odie Isaiah, and as you can see by my cute picture, I’m a pyr-mix. My GPRA transporter says my coat is gorgeous! And, it’s a good thing too because I LOVE to be petted. Attention is my favorite! Anyone who comes up to me is a friend who can pet me and give me lots of love. If you’re looking for a social doggo, I’m all yours! One thing about being so friendly is that I’m really eager to get to everyone, so I do pull on the leash. With a little training and some positive reinforcement, I know I’ll walk well on the leash soon enough. I already ride well in the car, though, which is good because we gotta go places if I’m going to keep meeting new friends. I’m a young, sweet boy who is looking for my pyr-fect home!

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Cooper

Age
7 months
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hi, there. I’m Cooper, and it’s good to meet you. My foster mama says I’m such a sweet boy, but I’m timid too. I need a gentle touch because the world is a new and scary place, and like all pyrs, I need a lot of love to feel safe. A calm home would be best for me too as I get used to everything, but I do adore kids as long as they know not to chase me or play rough. I like other dogs too, but I’m still getting used to playing with them. Around cats, I do a lot of tail-wagging and sniffing; they’re sweet little creatures! Livestock animals are not really my thing, though. Foster Mommy says I could really benefit from another dog companion to show me how to be a house dog. I’m also learning how to walk on the leash, and Foster Mom tells me I’m doing great! If you’re looking for an ultra-sweet and sensitive baby boy, then I’m your pyr. Please take me home and help me get used to the good life!
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Paste

Age
9 months old
Weight
84 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hi, pyr friends! I’m Puppy Paste! I’m positively pleased to meet you! Guess what? I prance perfectly on the leash, and I sit pretty in the car too. Foster Mama says I’m plum wonderful with cats, kids, and new people. Could anything be more pyr-tastic? My new foster family says it actually could because I also know sit, off, and down. You know what else makes me a pyr puppy paragon? I’m housetrained! I whine by the door to say, “Potty-time!” The only pyr-ticular, I mean particular, thing about me is I need a 6-foot fence because I’ve been known to dig under or jump over a shorter fence in my time. Classic pyr, am I right? Here’s the plain truth…I’m a peace-loving pup who just wants to be pampered and brought up properly with all the love and positive reinforcement in the world! Wanna take me home and make me a part of your pack?
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Max Millin

Age
5 years and 7 months
Weight
66 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hello, my pyr mates! I’m Max Millin, and I’m mighty pleased to meet you! I take being a good boy to the max because I’m housetrained AND I come when called. To say, “Potty-time!”, I stand by the back door. When you need me, I give you my maximum attention. If you say, “Max, sit,” I do it! I also know the commands: come, off, and down. I do need a six-foot fence, though, because I can jump a shorter one. Sometimes, I dig under the fence too, but we can work on that behavior together. I have other maximal qualities as well. Foster Mama is mega happy to report that I ride well in the car and walk well on the leash. Those are major because anywhere we go, I’ll be the most behaved doggo! I’ve even seen some kitty-cat mates, and I find them interesting in a friendly way. I also get along great with other dogs. Once I get to know my doggy friends, I like to lay by them and play in the backyard. Foster Mom has been telling my GPRA peeps that I’m such a sweet pyr in a myriad of ways. Let’s meet and see if we have a magnetic connection!
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Buddy Elf

Age
8 months
Weight
77 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hi-ya! I’m Buddy Elf! While I’m cheery as an elf, I’m not small like one. My GPRA friends say I’ll be a big boy when I grow up. Elves are also known for their camaraderie whether they’re singing together or making toys. And, guess what? I LOVE being around other dogs! We don’t sing carols or make rocking horses, but we do play a lot. I have good, puppy energy, so being with another dog is a must for me. Elves love people too; I’ve heard they make cookies or shoes for them. People are my favorite! Cuddling with and playing with my humans makes me so happy. My foster family says my loving nature is what makes me a very special boy. Another thing that makes me as sweet as peppermint is I’m housetrained! Foster Mama said I already know how to use a doggy door. I can fit into almost any home because I’ll be a buddy to any fuzzy or human family members. I’m ready to become a part of your family and make everyone’s spirits merry and bright!
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Toast

Age
3 months old
Weight
26 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix
Hi-ya, I’m Toast! You know what can keep you roasty-toasty warm this winter? Me! My name’s not Toast for nothing. I love to nestle in by my humans and get all the love and attention you can give me. My doggy brother is my cuddle buddy too. I need another dog to play with and sleep next to. After kids, a doggy companion is the best thing since sliced bread! This piece of Toast gets along with dogs both young and old, so I can fit in almost anywhere. When I don’t have my foster family to play with, I love to chew on my puppy teething bones and to play with my many toys. With toys and a fuzzy friend, I’m not destructive in the house. I’ll also be the toast of the town, or at least the house, because I’m so darn smart and trainable. Foster Mama says I listen really well, and I’ve already taught myself to go to the door to say, “I need to go potty outside, please!” I even learned how to go down the steps to the backyard in one day! If I ever have to potty really bad, I make sure to go on a pee pad too. Foster Mama says my listening skills make me as good and special as avocado toast! I don’t know what an avocado is, but I do know something else that makes me unique. I’m a pyr-mix puppy! My dad is a pyr, and my mom is a pyr-lab mix. Toast needs time to get crispy delicious, and I’ll need someone to take the time to continue my command, leash, and potty training. If I could propose a toast to you, I’d say take me home and help me become the toasti-est Toast I can be.
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Butter

  • Butter
  • Butter
Age
3 months old
Weight
26.2 LBS
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Hi, I’m Butter, and I’m told that butter makes everything better! I know I’ll do just that by coming home with you because I’m so loving. My foster mama says that all I want to do is snuggle and be loved by my humans. I love my doggy brother too. Having a playmate is like butter on toast; I gotta have it! Sleeping next to my dog brother just makes me feel so comfy and safe like a warm, buttery-soft hug. I will fit into almost any home because I get along with younger dogs, but I respect older dogs too. Kids are also fun to play with. When I’m not cuddling close with my brother or hanging out with the family, I enjoy playing with toys or chewing on puppy teething bones. As long as I have my toys to play with, I’m never destructive in the house. Foster Mama says I’m very smart and trainable, so you don’t have to butter me up to get me to do the right thing! I’m already using the pee pads on my own, and I go to the door to say, “Potty time!” and do my business outside. I even learned to go down the steps to the yard in just a day. My quick learning makes me one special puppy, and I’m unique in another way too. I’m a pyr-mix pup! My dad is a pyr, and my mom is a pyr-lab mix. Churning butter takes work, and while I’m a really good boy, I’ll need someone to continue my command training, leash training, and potty training. Don’t be butterfingers! Adopt me today and help me grow into the best Butter I can be.

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Cotton B.

  • Cotton B
Age
5 years and 9 months old
Weight
107 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Greetings, my pyr people! I’m Cotton B., and I’m just bursting with excitement to meet you! My coat is beautiful, but what makes me brilliant is I’m excellent on the leash. Foster Mama says I ignore other walkers and focus on our hiking path because walking is one of my favorite activities. Another beatific quality of mine is that I can be left home alone without being destructive. I am at my absolute best when I am listening to my foster mom! The “Sit” and “Leave it” commands are my bread and butter, and Foster Mama is teaching me “Drop It” and “Place.” I need someone to continue working on commands with me to keep me in tip-top shape! I’ve already learned the most basic of commands: my name. I come when I’m called, so you’ll always have my attention. The outdoors is where I really blossom, so I’ll need a home with a fenced-in backyard. I feel so calm in the fresh, billowing air. Speaking of being relaxed, the most blissful home for me would be a quiet household with older kids or no kids with predictable routines. I thrive when I know exactly what’s going on and exactly what I’m supposed to do. What can I say? I’m a pyr, and we love our procedures! The most special-est thing about me is that my family is my beloved, and I will love and protect them with my big, pyr heart. Will you take me home and help me settle in? I promise to cuddle you and keep you warm in this chilly weather!
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Dash Jax

Age
2 years and 11 months old
Weight
73 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Dash Jax, here! Welcome to our GPRA site. I can’t wait to meet you! My GPRA walkers say I’m sweet and gentle. I like to dash around the play yard too. We have to make sure my backyard has a 6-foot privacy fence because I can jump shorter ones. Even though I’m almost three years old, I still get the zoomies! In years past, I’ve lived with other dogs, so I get along well with them, and my GPRA walkers have found that I want to play with them. When I see other dogs along the fence, I whine in excitement because I want to be their friend! People are great too; they give me pets which I like a lot. On the trail, I’m pretty good on the leash, but, sometimes, I zig-zag. With practice, I’ll learn how to walk straight, but I’ll dash through the snow, ice, or sleet to get to you!

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