Kona

Age
DOB: 11/21/2023
Weight
19 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Aloha! My name is Kona, and while I don’t come from sunny Hawaii, I do have a Hawaiian name. It means “lady.” According to my foster mom, I’m definitely a little lady because she describes me as lovely! I’m little too because I’m just a baby girl pup which means I’ll need lots of love and training. Through praise and treats, which is positive reinforcement, I can learn how to potty outside and how to do basic commands. Right now, playing in the backyard is one of my favorite things to do, but cuddling is something I love just as much. Kona coffee is known for its sweet taste, after all, and Foster Mama says I’m the sweetest! If you’re ready to raise this pyr girlie into a pyr lady, then consider adopting me today.
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The Spring Puppy Litter

Age
DOB: 11/21/2023
Weight
Approx. 25 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Spring is in the air, and it’s already sprung up with four female pyr puppies! Our names are Jacey, Caroline, Adeline, and Celina. We’re only three months old, so we’ll need plenty of love, care, and training. Right now, we’re doing pretty well with going in and out of the house, so we’re learning how to be potty-trained. Our new family will definitely need to continue to work on potty-training with us, though. We’ll need basic command training too but only with positive reinforcement, please. Positive reinforcement means treats and praise to encourage us to learn things like tinkling outside and doing a “sit” command. As pyr pups, our playful natures are in full bloom, and we are having the best time romping around in our foster’s backyard! We’re a little shy at first, but we’ve blossomed under the tender, loving care of our foster mama. If you’re ready to put in the time and effort it takes to raise a pyr puppy, consider taking one of us home. We’ve definitely got a spring in our step, and we’re just waiting to leap into the arms of our new loving families!
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Goldie

Age
DOB: 06/24/2020
Weight
78 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, I’m Goldie, and I’m here to tell you that I’m worth my weight in gold due to my pyr-fect personality! My foster family says I’m a sweet and easy-going dog. As a young pyr lady, I’ve still got that good as gold pyr energy. Because I get a gold star for being friendly, I can have lots of fun playing with other dogs. At my foster home, I live with another female dog, and we go for gold when it comes to being best buds. My only preference is that we are fed separately; otherwise, we’re golden! I also have a heart of gold when it comes to cats. We even sleep together in the same bed! If they run, I do like to chase, but I’m easily redirected. If you’re looking for a dog who will let you know what’s going on, then look no further because I am a good pyr barker. As the saying goes, silence is golden unless you’re a pyr! Foster Dad and I are working on my inside barking, though, and I’m getting better. For me, living in a quiet suburb will be a golden opportunity because I really do like a surrounding without a lot of city noise. Besides being great with other dogs and cats, I’m fantastic with humans, of course. With me, you’ll strike gold because I’m good with people and kids! Coming home with you would be like finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. Please consider taking me home 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 definitely a cuddly teddy bear who likes attention and lots of pets. Who wouldn’t want to snuggle with me? The cartoon Baloo sings and dances, so he’s definitely 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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Percy Sledge

Age
1-2 years old
Weight
101 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
I’m Percy Sledge, and I’m popping in to say, “Hello! Wanna be my best friend?” There’s one thing I’m passionate about above all else: people! Foster Mom says my particular speciality is cuddling, but I like to give kisses too. My perfect home would be where my family is home more often than not since I don’t like being alone. I’m a velcro dog, so I want to be wherever you are. Of course, sometimes, you have leave which makes me a little upset, so I need to baby-gated off to one area; that way, I won’t jump up on things when you’re gone. Speaking of jumping up, I am a big boy, and I, occasionally, counter surf; however, Foster Mama and I are working on it. Because I’m treat-motivated, I’m a proficient trainee! I’ve already learned several commands: sit, stop, okay, off. Foster Mom tells me I’m quite poised on the leash too, so I’m easy to walk. When we see other people and dogs on our walks, I’m phenomenal at being the friendly neighborhood pyr. If you want to have people over our house to visit, I’ll be sure to give them a proper pyr greeting with a pyr paw, of course! Other dogs, both male and female, can come over for a playdate as well because I consider my canine brethren to be my pals. Or, we could visit friends and neighbors as I’m a pleasant and polite car rider! I’ll always be excited to come back to our house, though, because to me, there’s no place like home. And, I treat the house like a palace by always pottying outside; that’s right, I’m completely housetrained! Whether you want to spend a peaceful afternoon brushing me or giving me lots of pets, I’ll just be happy to be by your side.
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Oso Blanco

Age
DOB :05/15/2023
Weight
89 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

It’s a beautiful day here in pyr world, and I’m thrilled to meet another pyr enthusiast! I’m Oso Blanco which is Spanish for “White Bear.” My name fits me well as I am a big pyr boy with a fluffy, white coat! Like any young cub, I’m still learning how to be housetrained, so my foster parents and I are working on it. For some reason, I’m also scared of stairs, but my foster family is helping me to conquer that fear too. What comes most naturally to me is being a teddy bear! I love my humans, and I love to cuddle them. People, in general, are my favorite! Sometimes, I get so bear-y excited to see people that I jump up on them to say, “Hi, I love you!” Giving and getting affection makes me so happy, and Foster Mom is teaching me how not to jump up. My love language also includes food and treats! Being treat-motivated makes training easy. I’ve already learned “come” and “stay.” Another skill I’ve mastered is walking well on the leash. I know some bears like to hibernate during the winter, but I like to play! Romping around with other dogs in the yard is the best way to spend an afternoon, so I definitely need a yard to get out my young, pyr energy. While I’d love another doggo brother or sister, cats are way too much fun to chase. In the house, I enjoy chewing on chew toys. Bears may love honey, but I love my chew toys! The thing I’d love the most, though, is to come home with you!

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Mary Morstan

Age
DOB: 07/18/2022
Weight
88 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
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Tobias

Age
DOB: 07/22/2022
Weight
66 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi-ya! I’m Tobias, and it’s terrific to meet you! My foster mama will tell you I’m a tenderhearted young pyr boy because I’m so cuddly and loving with my humans. I’ll show you how thoroughly I adore you by rolling over for belly rubs! I’m also very tactful when meeting new people. Once visitors come into my home, I like to welcome them with a tasteful pyr paw. Foster Mom says giving pyr paw is a talent of mine! Also, Foster Mama likes to compliment me on my top-notch leash skills. I am easy on the leash and thrilled to meet any doggy or human friends as we tread through the neighborhood. Because I’m teeming with that good, young pyr energy, I need to have another doggy friend in the home as my companion. Home is my favorite place to be, so I’m very thoughtful of my human family and their house. One way I show respect for my abode is by pottying outside; I’m completely housetrained! I even know how to use the doggy door. Additionally, I can be left home alone for a few hours uncrated without being destructive. I truly love treats which makes me very trainable. Foster Mama can give testimony that I already know the commands: sit, stop, ok, off, and come. I’d be so touched if you considered adopting me today! I’m Tobias the Tail-Wagging Pup, and I can’t wait to come home with you!

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Willow

Age
DOB: 12/28/2019
Weight
92 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Welcome, Pyrenees Friends! I’m Willow, and I can’t wait to meet you! While I’m not willowy, I’m a big pyr girl with good energy. In my new home, I need a canine friend who is a large dog like me to be my companion. I have so much fun with my pyr foster brother in the backyard. We love to play! I find cats to be winsome too if you happen to have a kitty cat in your home. After getting out my zoomies, I like to snuggle inside and be a big couch potato. Wherever my foster humans are, that’s where I want to be because I”m a velcro dog. I’ll even give my foster family hugs when they come home to say, “I miss you!” As I love my foster mama with my whole heart, I’m a good listener. She says that I am more love-motivated than food-motivated, so I’m eager to please. I’ve already learned “sit” and “off.” When I meet new people, I take a while to warm up, but once you win me over, I adore the attention. I even love to be brushed as it is a great time for us to bond! My foster mom also says that I walk well on the leash. True, sometimes, I pull towards an interesting smell, but what pyr doesn’t? Another way I’m wordly-wise is that I’m completely housetrained; I haven’t had an accident yet! My winning personality combined with having a doggy bff to hang with means I’m very well-behaved  when left home alone. My foster family tells me I like to bark as well, so let me go ahead and say, “Woof, woof, woof, woof” which means, “please take me home!”

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