Enzo

Age
7 months old
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Ciao, my pyr friends! I’m Enzo, and my name reminds me of sunny Italy. I’m used to spending a lot of time in the rolling Tuscan hills, or the Georgia meadows, because I’m from a farm. I know Italians love to spend their time drinking espresso at the cafe or visiting ancient Roman monuments. I need to learn to walk on a leash, so I can do those things with you too! We can walk around the neighborhood and see the sights. Everyone at GPRA says I’m such a good, sweet boy, so learning to be house dog should be easy for us both. Can I come home with you? We can cuddle up and watch TV while the pizza is cooking. If that’s not amore, I don’t know what is!

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Aldo

Age
7 months
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Buongiorno, my name is Aldo! I’m not Italian, but my name sure sounds like I am. I’m as sweet as a cannoli, and my coat is fluffy white like the filling too. Right now, I’m still a little shy because I came from a farm. I’m so ready to live la dolce vita, or the good life in Italian. In Italy, people love walking by all the palazzos, or pretty buildings. I want to learn how to walk on the leash, so we can see our own neighborhood palazzos, or houses. And, when we’re home, we can snuggle on the couch while the pasta is boiling. Maybe, we’ll make baked ziti or lasagna! Either way, I’ll be happy just being with you. Will you take me home and help me learn what living in a villa, or a house, is all about? I promise I’ll be the best good boy this side of the Mediterranean Sea!

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Blizzard Ginger

Age
2 years
Weight
74 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, Everyone! The name’s Blizzard, and I’m swirling into GPRA just in time for colder weather! The chilly air makes me want to stay inside and eat lots of good food. I love to eat, so I am definitely food-motivated when it comes to learning commands. One thing I’ve already learned is hugging! I like to stand up like a big polar bear and put my arms on you to say, “I love you!” But, Foster Mama says because I’m so trainable, it will be easy to teach me the command: down. My foster parents also say I’m good on the leash. Cool, autumn winds are my favorite, so let’s go for a walk together! Maybe, you want to go get a pumpkin spice latte. Works for me because I’m a great car rider. Or, we can cuddle up inside, and I’ll sit right by you to give you extra warmth. My happy place is cozying up next to my foster family getting all the pets! I’ve got as much floof as a Yeti, so you can snuggle your hands into my fur instead of mittens. I’m soft and fluffy on the inside too! Foster Mommy says I’m a sweet, gentle, and laid-back boy. What more could you want? If you’re looking for a true pyr to watch the leaves change color with, I’m right here and ready to come home!

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Asher Durand

Age
3 years old
Weight
75 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, Pyr Pals! I’m Asher! I’m a sweet boy who was just rescued. I want lots of love! All during my freedom ride, I insisted on having ear and head rubs. I LOVE ear rubs! I’m also adept at what you all call Pyr Paw. It’s my version of a high-five that means: more attention, please! All I need is the right person to take me in, and I’ll mesmerize you with my beautiful eyes. They’re like looking into two amber pools of light. I’m also very calm and patient, and I take treats gently too. If you’re looking for a kind, handsome boy, then I’m the one for you!

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Luca Atlas

Age
1 year old
Weight
66 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, my name’s Luca Atlas, and I’m paws-itively pleased to meet you! My GPRA transporter says I’m very sweet. I guess that I live up to my name which means “bringer of light.” Let me brighten your day with all my hugs and love that I like to give. I’m a very affectionate pyr! My transporter says, I even tried to sit in his lap on our car ride, but when he told me, “no,” I listened very well. I’m a brilliant listener! I am just gleaming with good manners because I was a calm car rider too. I didn’t bark or react to anything as we drove along. I also got a glowing walking report. Mr. Transporter said that I walked well on the leash even though I wasn’t really sure what a leash was. I radiate so much charm and good cheer that I know I will be a spot of sunshine for any family who adopts me. Could it be you?

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Louie Linus

Age
5 years old
Weight
76 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Louie Linus, here! With a name like mine, “L” has got to be my favorite letter! Funny enough, my foster mama says I’m laid back. I like to lumber about the yard and lean my head down to sniff at things. I’m gentle like a lullaby too. I can’t sing you to sleep, but I will stay by your side. Foster Mom noticed I like to follow my foster family around the house like a lamb after his shepherd. I’m also quiet like a little leaf falling from a tree. As long as you’re lavishing attention on me in the form of chin scratches, I’m content. When we’re not lazing in the living room, I do love to stretch my legs and go on a walk. I’m a likable lad who can’t wait to get ladles of love and extra helpings of snuggles from my new family!
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Pongo

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

Hi, there, I’m Pongo! My name starts with the letter P, so, naturally, it’s my favorite letter! My foster mom says I’m sweet as Pie. Who doesn’t love pie? It’s warm and cozy, and that’s how I will make you feel when I snuggle up to you! My foster mom especially noted that when I’m with kids, it’s a Piece of cake because I love them so much. I don’t eat cake, but playing with some little human siblings would be fun! Foster Mama also says I’m just Peachy with other dogs. Peaches are soft and fuzzy, and I love all soft and fuzzy creatures, even cats! Outside of the house, I am very good on the leash. You might say I walk as smooth as mashed Potatoes. In the backyard, I do need a tall, privacy fence, though, because I can be an escape artist like a jumping Pinto bean and hop over a shorter fence. One thing I do great in the backyard, though, is go Potty! Foster mom says I’m almost all the way house-trained. If we need to take a ride, I am the good-est Pumpkin you ever did see in the car. And, if we’re going to the groomer, don’t worry, the Pear, I mean pair, of us will get along fine because I love being brushed! I’m one cute, goofy Peanut whose ready to come home with you. I promise, whether it’s my human family or my furry friends, we’ll all get along like Peas in a Pod!

 

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Bubba

Age
4 years old
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, Pyr Friends! I’m Bubba! It’s so good to meet y’all. I’m a lovable dog looking for my slice of the good life. If you got other pets in your home, I like female dogs and cats. We get along like pumpkins in the patch! People are friends of mine too. I do best with older kids, and I am sometimes a little scared of men but warm up to them soon enough. I’m as calm as a bale of hay most of the time, and I like to hang with my foster family in the house. Foster Mama says I’m more of the couch potato type, so we can snuggle up closer than a pile of fall leaves. My foster family also tells me I’m quite the talker, or barker, like most of my pyr brethren. I listen as keenly as a squirrel waiting for an acorn to fall, though, as long as there’s a treat involved. If you need to tell me to do something, just grab a training treat, and I’ll be all ears. When you wanna venture somewhere away from home, don’t worry because I am good in the car and on the leash. We can all stick our heads out the windows and enjoy the crisp, autumn breeze! Foster Mama says I’m such a good boy, and I need a strong owner to raise me up right with all the positive reinforcement and love in the world. It’s Fall, y’all, and I’m ready to come home with you!

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Marco Rosso

Age
2 years old
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Well, hello, there! I’m Marco Rosso, and with a name like this one, I’m bound to be famous! It just has that movie-star ring to it. I’d like to be famous for my good looks, namely my wonderful snowy poof of hair! My foster mama already says I’m a lovebug too, and that alone is worth my name being in lights. More info coming soon…

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Henry Polar

Age
1 year old
Weight
68 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hello, Friends! My name is Henry Polar, and I’m looking for my new loving family! I was found wandering by myself in southern Georgia, and GPRA has taken me in. Boy, do I love it here with my foster family! I was nervous at first but quickly settled in. I love to stay by their side, and I give them kisses too. Mom says that I don’t mind if my foster parents touch me or my bowl while I’m eating because I’m such a good boy! While I am new to leash walking, my foster mama says I don’t pull on it too much. I’m also starting to learn basic commands like down and sit, but I will need training. Don’t worry, though; I’m eager to please. I’ve seen lots of dogs and cats on my walks, and I am interested to meet them. I don’t even mind if dogs bark a lot at me; they’re just saying hello. My foster dad says that I’m his favorite foster dog that they’ve ever had! That makes me happy because I love to be with him too! Maybe, I’m the missing piece for your family! Please apply to adopt me!

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