The Marshall Litter

Age
DOB: 03/08/2024
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Marshall your smiles to welcome this loving trio of pyr pups! We’re the Marshall litter, and we’re ready to marshal in the summer by heading to our new loving homes. Fate marshaled us together, and we’ve remained a loving family. Because we get along well with each other, we’ll most likely do well with other dogs in the home. The first picture is of me, Oslo Marshall. How do you do? I’ve marshaled my best pyr side-eyed gaze to show off my fun-loving yet calm personality. My foster mom tells me that I’m mostly laid back and sweet, but I can hold my ground in a jolly wrestling match with my brothers. The second image is of me, Luca Marshall. You can see my perfect head tilt in my photo because I’m always ready to play! Foster Mama says I’m a typical pup: active and rambunctious, but I’m also very sweet. The third photo is of me, Toby Marshall. Just look how cuddly I am as I snuggle with my best bro, Oslo! I’ve got the most soulful eyes too. If you’re considering adopting one of us, marshal all your love and patience because those things are key to raising a pyr puppy. We’ll need potty training, leash training, and basic command training, and pyrs are trained best through positive reinforcement. Positive reinforcement means using treats and praise to train us, so you’ll need to marshal your tastiest training treats and your best “what a good boy!” voice. The Marshall Litter has marshaled our cutest smiles and fluffiest, cuddliest fur, so we are all set to go when you take us home!
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Moose California

Age
2 years old
Weight
72 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
How’s it hanging, dude? I’m Moose California, and I’m ready to live my best laid-back Cali life with the perfect family for me! I’m a young pyr boy, so I still have zoomies and get stoked about anything and everything. In my new home, I’d love a doggy friend to play with. I live with doggo siblings now, and together we’re as golden as the Golden State…that’s California’s nickname! California is famous for its near perfect weather, and I’m nearly perfect too! On a walk, I do sometimes bark at other dogs and can be a puller, but I’m a youthful pyr dude. With love and training, I know I can become a better leash walker in no time. While I like walking and living with another dog, what really makes me feel like I’m California dreamin’ is people! I adore my humans, and I show them how much I care by being super affectionate and cuddly. I may have breezed in from California, but now Georgia is on my mind because I’m here and searching for my forever home!
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Eeyore Emeric

Age
DOB: 10/01/2020
Weight
87 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Eeyore is a perfect name for me because I am as calm and sweet as my namesake! Unlike like the donkey, Eeyore, though, I’m one happy boy! Just like cartoon Eeyore, I love to have my friends around me because they make me feel supported and safe, so I need to go to a home with another large dog companion. Once I get to know my new doggy friend, I enjoy playing with them in the backyard. While my Eeyore counterpart lived in the woods, I like to live in a house! My foster family will tell you that I’m a very respectful house guest. I’m housetrained, and I have excellent house manners. When I need to go potty, I trot over to the back door and look at you sweetly to say, “Please let me out.” Also, as long as I have my canine friend and we are free to roam the house, I’m well-behaved when you leave. I’ll be so glad for you to return because I truly love my humans, including the little ones! I am a bit shy at first like Eeyore, but after I get to know you, you’ll become my most special people. Foster Mama says I adore being petted, and I’ll even nuzzle you which is my way of cuddling. And, if I want more attention- and I always do, I’ll give the most gentle pyr paw you’ve ever experienced! Because I feel very connected to my humans, I’m a great listener. I’ve already learned the commands: sit, come, off, and down. I also walk nicely on the leash and am good in the car. Like the character Eeyore, as long as I’m with my fuzzy and human family, I’m ready for anything! Disney Eeyore and I have another thing in common: our soulful eyes. Just look at all my pictures, and you’ll see how ready I am to come home with you and give you all my love!
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Fred Walker

Age
DOB: 01/08/2023
Weight
75 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Hello, Pyr Friends! Meet me, Fred! My GPRA family says my nickname could be Fabulous Fred because I’ve frankly mastered a lot of skills. I’m already housetrained which is fantastic, and I give you friendly bark or whine to let you know, “I need to go out, please!” Riding in the car is also something I’m very facile at doing. Because I enjoy hanging out with other dogs outside the home, we can totally hop in the car and head to the dog park! Or, we can go for a coffee run and grab a frappuccino. When we walk in the neighborhood, I’ll be known as Famous Fred because of how friendly I am to everyone I meet, including the kiddos. While I love seeing my fellow canines and children on leash, I prefer to be the only dog in the house, and I do best with a family who has teens or just adults. My GPRA friends will tell you that people are my favorite. Once you take me home, you’ll see what a sweet, cuddly, and happy boy I am! As a young pyr, I’m still full of that fresh pyr energy, and I’d enjoy a place to get out my zoomies. Also, because I’m a youthful male pyr, I’m still learning my leash manners although everyone says I’m pretty good on the leash. One of my most famed qualities is my keen intelligence! I know all the fundamental commands: sit, down, and stay. I’ve even heard some people call me Fair Fred because of how beautiful I am, but all I really want is to be your Faithful Fred companion who will love you forever!

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Bear Goober

Age
DOB: 03/08/2015
Weight
104 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Bear G – what a great dog is all my foster mom can say about me! I am a healthy 100 lb, 9 year old that the vets and everyone else says, “No way he is that old!” I have the energy and health of a 5 year old. Everything about me is good (no modesty here).  I LOVE car rides, but I don’t try to drive for you. Walks are easy peasy (I learned to sit to get my walking harness on  right away). I already know sit, down and come. Other dogs are my friends, and if they bark/growl at me, I just ignore them. I like playing with my foster sister and my humans (yes, I got them to run around with me in the yard as I am such a likeable boy). I wait nicely for my food, eat it all and could care less if you want my food bowl while I am eating. Treats are really nice, and I sit for them if that is what you want me to do. I am a super affectionate boy, and when my foster mom and her friend were combing something called under coat and mats out, I was a trooper. Sleeping on the couch in my foster parent’s bedroom is my favorite place – I take one step and I am up and comfy. If you need someone to love and care for who will be your loving and best friend, I am your man!

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Zippy

Age
DOB: 12/02/2023
Weight
36 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-a! My oh my, it’s a wonderful, puppy day! I’m Zippy, and I’m so excited to meet you. I’m a baby pyr pup who is ready to zip right into the life of the family who is perfect for me. My foster parents say that I truly am zippy. I move fast around the house, and I love to run in the yard. Because of my energy level, I’ll definitely need a fenced-in backyard to play in. I’m athletic too! I can easily zip, or jump, over furniture, so a six-foot fence will be best for me. When I’m inside the house, I have to get out my puppy energy too, so I need lots of sturdy chew toys, Kong toys stuffed with yummy snacks, and antler ears, please! As a puppy, I have such a zest for life that sometimes I get a little mouthy or jump up out of excitement, but those chew toys and chewy treats keep me occupied and redirect me. My foster family tells me, though, that their favorite thing about me is how much I love them. It makes me a good listener because I really want to please my humans. Even when I’m zigging and zagging in the grass, I always come when called. Foster Mom and Foster Dad taught me “sit” as well, and I’m learning “come” and “off.” Basically, it’s easy to get me to learn new commands through positive reinforcement because I’m treat-motivated and adore praise and attention! My fosters also complimented me on how smart I am. I am already house-trained, and Foster Mom takes me out frequently to reinforce my potty-training. Foster Mama put bells on the back door, so I paw them whenever I need to ask to go outside to potty. Leash-walking is another skill I’ve picked up. When we see other dogs in the neighborhood, my tail does a zingy wag left and right which means I think I’ll enjoy other dogs in the home. I’m also a good car rider, so I’m really ready to come home with you. If you have a zeal for pyr pups and you’re ready to put in the time and effort it takes to raise one, then consider adopting me today.

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Marshmallow

Age
DOB: 03/16/2022
Weight
101 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
It’s a marshmallow world all the time when you’re with me! My name’s Marshmallow, and I’m as squishy and soft and cuddly as my name suggests! I’m also a young, pyr boy, so I’ve got some good bouncy energy. A good marshmallow always has a nice bounce! Like a marshmallow, though, I’m sweet no matter the situation, and you’ll see what I mean when we take a walk around the neighborhood. My GPRA friends love to compliment me on how well I walk on the leash and how excited I am to meet both other dogs and people. People are the chocolate square to my marshmallow because we go perfectly together! I adore attention, and I always want s’more…get it? Hehe! We all know that an over-toasted marshmallow can get a little sticky, and the only sticky situation I find myself in is when I’m crated or kenneled. It’s really not for me! I need a family who is okay with this piece of marshmallow fluff roaming around the house when they’re gone, or maybe we could try baby-gating off one room. As long as I have enough space to move around freely, I’ll float happily around like the marshmallowy cloud I am. One of the best, most marshmallow-iest things about me, however, is that I’m housetrained! Admit it, you’ve always wanted to know what it felt like to hug a marshmallow. Well, now, you can, so consider adopting me, today!
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Baxter

Age
DOB: 10/06/2023
Weight
48 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
It’s a beautiful day here in pyr world! Oh, hello, I’m Baxter! It’s so nice to meet you! Can you believe my name means “baker” ? My GPRA friends say that right now I’m like a little piece of dough that will be shaped and molded by the family who adopts me. Basically, I’m still a puppy who will need basic command training as well as potty training reinforced at my new home. Being a very young pyr, I get the zoomies! You know the feeling after you have your coffee and cake; you’re ready to run a mile. Well, a yard would be great for me to work off my energy too! Because I’m a playful and friendly pyr boy, I do great with other dogs. At my foster home, I hang out with all types of doggy friends, both big and small, all day, and we get along like cookies and milk! While I do have that pyr pup pep in my step, I’m actually very good on the leash. I even sleep through the night too! Like most pyrs, I have my bursts of energy, but I am also calm. While we’re waiting for the muffins to come out of the oven, you can brush me as I find it a very soothing activity. Of course, most importantly, I’m very good with people. You might even say I’m a sweetie pie because I love to snuggle. The real icing on the cake, though, would be if you adopted me today!
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Baloo

Age
DOB: 01/09/2021
Weight
126 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
I’ve heard there’s a big gray bear from a kid’s movie with my same name. Wow! Does that mean I’m famous? I’m definitely a big pyr boy, and I do have some beautiful badger markings! I’m also famously good with people. My GPRA friends say I’m a cuddly teddy bear who likes attention and lots of pets. Brushing is kind of like getting pets too, so I love to be brushed! Foster Mama tells me that I’m a velcro dog, so I like to stay by her side while she’s working from home. I’m an amazing co-worker because I’m bear-y easy on the eyes and my snores are light enough not to get picked up on Zoom! Bears have to hibernate sometimes, and I take my naps midday. I really would benefit from a family who is home more often than not or even a household where one person works from home because I get nervous when I’m home by myself. Between Baloo (that’s me) and you, people are the honey to this bear! While my human family is the center of my world, I love other dogs too. I have a foster dog sibling, and all I want is for us to play like two bear cubs! It would be great to have a yard and a doggy companion around my size in my new home. Us bears are climbers by nature, so I’ll need a six-foot fence to stay safe. The cartoon Baloo sings and dances which means he is light on his feet. I walk very gracefully too because I’m good on the leash. While film Baloo lives in the jungle, I like to live in a house. The great thing is that I’m basically housetrained; I haven’t had an accident yet! I may not have a movie deal like my namesake, but I’ll make you a deal: adopt me and I’ll love you forever and always.
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Dobey

Age
DOB: 02/01/2021
Weight
65 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Dobey, here! I’m a debonair, young pyr who can’t wait to meet you! I’ll dazzle you with my leash skills when we take a stroll around the neighborhood because I’m good on the leash. Walking around to show off my dapper coat and breathing in the fresh air is simply delightful! My GPRA friends also say I’m just darling with everyone I meet. To me, affection and getting pets from my humans is fine and dandy! Won’t you be a dear and consider adopting me, today? I promise that I’ll be devoted to you forever!
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