Butterball

Age
2 yrs
Weight
78 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hello, I am Butterball and PYR-tastic! How are you today? Some say I look like a butterball when my fur is all fluffy.

My best friend, Biscuit, is also up for adoption. Biscuit and I really enjoy our time together in the agility yard, running in tandem, and being playful Pyrs. Since having a buddy is really Pyr-awesome, I will love having a future fur or human buddy, too!

Leash manners are my work in progress, but I am learning. So, get ready for a walking companion because exercise is excellent for canines and humans. I overheard GPRA volunteers say that I am as sweet as pie, full of happiness and affection. I love humans so much that I will lick your hand in appreciation for love and cuddles. If you give me treats, you will become my number #1!
Looking forward to a PYR-tastic future with my family, Butterball

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Misty Dale

Age
8 yrs
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hi, everyone. I am the beautiful Pyr that goes by the name of Misty Dale. You can call me Misty. For five years, I wandered a neighborhood. Yes, five years. The good thing is that the neighborhood humans fed me. Still, that is a long time to be on my own.
The neighborhood describes me as a sweet and friendly girl. Thankfully, someone finally stepped up to take responsibility to ensure that I am properly cared for. Right now, I am in the loving care of a foster family and will update you on all that I am learning. GPRA tells me that my very own family is out there. As I did with my neighborhood, I will become your faithful guardian.
Eagerly awaiting my turn to be loved forever…Misty
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Cooper Pickles

Age
2 yrs
Weight
100 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Cooper here to tell you all about marvelous me. While I never thought I would end up being surrendered by my loving family, here I am. No worries, I know GPRA will find my forever family.  Here is what my previous family said about me.

“Cooper is an adorable dog with a wonderful heart.” (Yes, I am a fun-loving, good boy!)

Cooper just wants someone to love him, and we do not have the time. (I understand. Yes, I love being with my humans!)

“Cooper still needs some obedience training.” (I’m so eager to be a good boy that I know I will be a fast learner on the obedience thing. At least I promise to try my best!)

“Cooper is playful with other dogs but has not lived with another dog. He pays little attention to our cat.” 

“Cooper will love having a backyard where he can play. He also loves being an inside lazy boy.” (Yes, I love having the best of both worlds – an outside yard to roam and play and a dog bed inside to doze the day away.)

“Cooper has learned how to escape our backyard, so make sure your fenced-in yard is secure.” (Yep, I got out. I know I should not do this, but I was looking for new friends.)

“Cooper is housetrained and walks great on a leash.”  (I told you I am a good boy!)

“Cooper likes car rides and swimming.” (Yes, I love doing just about anything with my humans.)

That’s a bit about me. Come meet me soon, because I’m a wonderful boy! Your number one bud, Cooper

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Quin & Togepi

Age
4 yrs
Weight
80 lbs. & 100 lbs.
Sex
Male and Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Together, forever! This is our motto, and it has gotten us through some difficult days. GPRA asked us to share a bit about ourselves, so here goes. I am Quin (the girl with the darker ears), and my best friend and sidekick is Togepi (boy).  We are desperately bonded.  If you wonder what this means, it merely means that we have to be together, always and forever. 

To make a long and sad story short, our lives changed overnight. Thankfully, we have each other as we look for a happier future together with a loving family. We are friendly and easy-going Pyrs. Our friends have included other dogs, cats, and even pigs. Since we never lived with children, they will be new. Still, we are incredibly loving and trusting, so we are confident that the smaller humans will become our new favorites. We are well socialized and even went to a groomer frequently together. 

If you open your heart and home to us, we will be grateful and promise to be your loyal and devoted Pyrs. 

Ready and eager to give you our Pyr paws…Quin and Togepi

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Chuck Norris

Age
1.5 yrs
Weight
107 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi! I’m Chuck Norris! I’m a little shy but friendly! More info coming soon…

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Snow White Aurora

Age
2 yrs
Weight
78 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hellos, everyone! I am the beautiful love bug, Snow White Aurora. While I am still a young girl doing my absolute best to become my best Pyr self, I do not have a lot to share quite yet. However, here are a few things that GPRA’s trainer said about me.
“Snow is super friendly and an astonishingly affectionate dog.” (Yes, I cannot get nor give enough love!)
“Snow loves head scratches and lots of pets. She loves affection so much that she will get in front of you, stops you, and look directly into your eyes as if to tell you to get on with the petting. (Yes, I love everything about humans. I cannot wait to have my very own pack of them.)
“Snow has beautiful eyes.” (Aww… thank you very much!)
“Snow is still learning leash manners.” (Yes, I am doing my best to learn how to be an excellent walking buddy for my humans.)
Looking forward to endless love from my future family…
Yours truly and forever, Snow White Aurora

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Tiny

Age
11 months
Weight
81
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hey, y’all, I am Tiny! If you are looking for the sweetest and most easy-going Pyr, I am your girl. Since I am still learning how to be my best Pyr-self, I only have a few things to share with you. I do know that I love other cats and dogs (I lived with 9 dogs). One of my favorite things is to ride in the car with the window cracked (only) a slight bit. The breeze in my fur feels really great! If you are willing to invest the time, training, consistency, patience, and love in young me, you will end up with a gem of a girl.
Your playful and fun girl, Tiny

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Bear

Age
2 yrs
Weight
98 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

I am the fun-loving, playful, and irresistible Bear. Since I am still a young guy learning how to be the best Great Pyrenees for my new family, I do not yet have much to share with you. I do know my original family really loved me but could no longer care for me. This is why I am with GPRA. (Thank you, GPRA, for helping me.)
Here is what my previous family had to say about me.
“Bear is a wonderful family dog.” (Humans are the best!)
“Bear is friendly and easy-going.” (Of course, I am friendly, I am a Great Pyrenees!)
“Bear is so loving that he thinks he is a lap dog.” (I was held a lot as a puppy, and laps are fantastic places to receive lots of love.)
“Bear is wonderful with other dogs and cats.” (Yes, I love all fur-friends. I ignore cats but still like having them as friends.)
“Bear loves car rides.” (If you are looking for a car buddy on cooler days, I am your boy!)
Everyone says that I am a mighty handsome boy, too.
Sounds like I am the perfect Pyr for you. Come meet me soon…
Your fun, loving boy, Bear

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Snowflake Katniss

Age
3 yrs
Weight
67
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Snowflake Katniss is my name. I landed with GPRA because my owner said that I am not a livestock guardian dog.  Well, I tried, but I got a bit bored with farm life.  Between us, I have been waiting for the chance to become an inside dog and sleep in my very own dog bed. Life on the farm was never really my thing. Every time humans, who I adore, came to visit the farm, I always chose to be with the humans instead of the animals. Can you blame me? My previous owner says that I am a friendly and sweet dog that is wonderful with children and adults (See, I told you).  Oh, one more thing, I learned how to jump fences on the farm, so you will need to keep an eye on me until you can trust me in a fenced-in backyard. Yes, I have a lot to learn about being an inside dog, but I cannot wait to meet my future family… Your friendly Pyr, Snowflake Katniss
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Kiba

Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Kiba is my name. Thank you for taking the time to learn about me. Since little is known about my past, I can share what I know since arriving at the GPRA. My friend, Historia, is also available for adoption, so I hope you will consider adopting her, as well. You can see that we look alike, too! I heard someone say that Historia and I would easily be cast for a “Little Rascals” remake. I have no idea what that means, but it sounds good to me! Where is the nearest casting call?
Similar to Historia, I am learning a lot from GPRA’s walkers and trainer. Here are a few glowing comments about me.
“Kiba is a delightful and fun-loving boy!” (Although my life has been very challenging and lonely, I still have a big Pyr heart!)
“Kiba is learning leash manners.” (Yep, the whole leash thing is totally different. However, I have learned that I get to enjoy walks when the leash goes on, which is totally awesome!)
“Kiba can be touched all over and is a total sweetheart of a boy.” (Yes, this love thing from the humans is also amazingly awesome! I never knew humans were so attentive and kind. All I can ask is, please keep it up!)
As I learn more, I will update you. Until then, please come meet me. I’ll show you my belly and hope that you will not stop loving me.
Your friendly, eager to learn and faithful boy, Kiba
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