Bella Bee

Age
2 years old
Weight
66 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix
It’s a beautiful day to be a pyr mix! Hi, I’m Bella, and I’m charmed to meet you! I think you probably know that my name means beautiful. And, my golden and cream coat is quite stunning! Looks aside, I’m a young pyr girl looking for my forever home where I will get lots of attention. One of my most attractive qualities is that I am housetrained! That means I use the outdoors as my potty area like a true lady. And, after I do my business, I can sit pretty as a picture in the green grass! When the deer walk by my yard,  I don’t even react. To me, they’re just a part of the delightful landscape. I actually get along really well with other animals too. Other dogs are always easy on the eyes, so I consider all my canine brethren to be my friends. Kitty-cats are delightful too! While my fellow fuzzy creatures are as pretty as peaches, I just adore my human family. They’re irresistible! I love to hang out with people, and I’m good with kids too. Beauty is in the eye on the beholder, and when I look at you, I see the most beautiful thing a dog could hope for: a loving family ready to adopt me!
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Oberon

Age
4 months old
Weight
32 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hello, Pyr Friends! I’m Oberon, or Obi, for short. Did you know Oberon means royal bear? The name suits me perfectly! Just look at my pictures. Aren’t my badger markings just regal? Foster Mama also says I’m a cuddly, snuggly bear! That’s because I love people and kids. They just make my little bear heart so happy! Being royal means being responsible as well. And, I am Mr. Responsibility when it comes to pottying outside. I’m fully housetrained, so when I have to attend to state business, a.k.a do my business, I stand by the door to let you know it’s time. My foster mom tells me I’m very obedient and trainable too, especially when there are training treats involved. I already know the commands: sit, stay, come, and down. A good prince always listens to his caretakers! My fellow canines are a part of my royal family too, and we get along magnificently. At my foster home, I live with a male and female pyr who are a little bit older than me, and there’s nothing more honorable than respecting your elders. We have so much fun romping around the royal gardens, I mean the yard, and if I get too rowdy, they kindly let me know. Being the dignified prince that I am, I always listen. Foster Mom says I’m a young, pyr boy learning about the world around me, and I agree.  One kingly sport I’ve already mastered is fetch. We’ll have so much together! You can throw the tennis ball, and I’ll chase it and bring it back to you. I’d love to see our kingdom too, so we can also go on a royal promenade, or a walk, together in the neighborhood. Or, if you want to venture out to ye olde coffee shoppe or maybe even the park, we can because I’m great in the car! Please consider taking me home today. I can’t think of anything more majestic than becoming a part of a family who will love me and help me continue to grow into the noble pyr I’m meant to be!
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Lucy Bee

Age
4 months old
Weight
15 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Buzz! Buzz! It’s Lucy Bee, and I’m just buzzing with excitement to meet you! Foster Mom says I’m a bright-eyed and bushy-tailed young pup who just loves to play in the backyard. I run from one end to the other like a bee going from flower to flower. You’ll see some pics of me playing with my sister too. We have as much fun together as two bees in a hive, so I know I’ll be good with other dogs! Foster Mom also tells me that I’ve got a personality as sweet as honey. Even though I’m shy at first, I do warm up, and I think I’ll be quite the cuddlebug soon. Another part of my pyr-sonality is that I’m calm. Sometimes, it’s nice to lie down and rest. It’s hard work being a busy bee all the time! While bees fly from place to place, the rest of us use cars, and I am a great car rider. I think it’s because I’m excited to go to my new home. I’m ready to be swarmed by a loving family who can’t wait to help me bee-come the confident pyr I’m meant to be!

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Lady A

Age
2 years old
Weight
60 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hello, everyone! I’m Lady A, and it is absolutely awesome to meet you! I’m a young pyr lady who is looking to be adored and cared for by her new family. Foster Mama says I have an aptitude for sweetness, and my loving attitude is starting to shine through each day. I’ll admit that I’m quite shy which makes me a little awkward in social situations, but my foster family is helping me learn that most people and dogs are really amiable and friendly. Foster Mom also tells me that I have an abundance of potential. I really want to play with other dogs and be affectionate with other people, and I know it will just take time and practice. When I’m in the yard by myself, I am an ardent runner. Playing and zooming around the yard is so much fun! While I’m still learning how to walk on the leash, I am trying to copy how to my foster siblings do it, so I know I’ll be an amazing leash-walker one day soon. My most admirable quality is that I am already adept at pottying outside which means I’m house trained! Lady A stands for Lady Adaptable because I’m learning new things every day, and I can’t wait to come home with you to keep learning what it means to be a part of a family.
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Angel Bear

Age
8 years old
Weight
81 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi-ya! I’m Angel Bear, and isn’t that the best way to describe a pyr? My fur is as floofy and white as an angel’s wings, and I’m a big, cuddly bear too! I just love being around my foster family and getting all the attention I can. Foster Mama says the most angelic thing about me, though, is that I am fully house trained. I know my way around the backyard. In fact, I fly over the grass like a little cherub! My foster mom says I have lots of youthful energy. Barking is also a part of my spirited nature. What’s more pure pyr than barking, am I right? Another blessing is that I’m great on the leash. Nothing could be more heavenly than a nice morning walk in the neighborhood! My personality is as sweet as divinity too, so I’ll be friendly to everyone I meet. If you want to bring me along to a family event, we can even take one of those winged chariots, or cars, because I love to ride in them. I’m like angel food cake: soft to the touch with a sugar-sweet pyr-sonality! Please consider adopting me today!

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The Oakland Litter

Age
8 weeks old
Sex
Female & Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hello, Pyr Friends! Give a warm welcome to The Oakland Litter! Pyr pups are special, and to be raised right, they need training through positive reinforcement, which means rewarding behavior with treats and praise. Like all puppies, they need potty training, leash training, and basic command training. And, of course, these precious bundles need lots of love! There’s this really cute group shot of some of us, and then each of us pups have two pictures each. First up, we have Miss Wahoo. Her foster mom says that she is very smart and the life of the party! Wahoo loves to play with her foster siblings and with her toys, and she is respectful of other dogs. There’s a cute pic of Wahoo hanging out at her foster home, and it looks like she is saying, “Hi!” The next few photos are Americana themed. First, we have another male named Bagel! This Bagel boy is described as brave, curious, and the leader of the pack. Makes sense because Bagel is a big pyr pup! Bagel is shouting, “Happy Summer!” Burrito is next, and he is  a male too. His foster mom says that he is an absolute sweetheart! He loves to be where his humans are and has a calm personality. Please consider adopting one of us pyr pups and helping us grow into lovely pyr boys and girls!

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Buffy

Age
8 months old
Weight
43 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, my pyr bffs! I’m Buffy, and it’s a beautiful new day to meet my new family! As you can see in my pictures, my gorgeous coat has been buffed to a shine. I’m so white and fluffy! While I’m not exactly buff, I do lift. I lift toys, tennis balls, and chew bones with my mouth that is! Chewing and carrying toys around in my mouth is my favorite thing to do. Foster Mama says I even carry them on our walks around the neighborhood. Walking is my second best-loved activity! My leash manners still need buffing, but I’m learning to do better each day. You’ll be charmed, however, by how curious I am. Foster Mom tells me I’ll like a kid in a candy shop when we go outside because the world is so exciting and new! You’ve heard of history buffs; well, I’m a dogs buff. I absolutely love them, and I can’t wait to play with another dog soon! I have a really sweet and perky personality, so I get along well with my canine brethren. Romping around the yard with a doggy sibling would be so much fun because I’m still a young pyr with a lot of energy! Other dogs bring a buffet of fun, and humans are my bread and butter. Once I get to know you and trust you, I’m all yours! Don’t leave me buffering because I have so much love to give.

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Peter Mills

Age
2 years old
Weight
74 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Pleased to meet you pyr people! I’m Peter, and I’m paw-sitively pumped to go to my pyr-fect home! I’m a young male pyr, so I’m still learning how to walk on the leash. When I see other dogs on our walks, I get so excited and pull. Because I look to my humans for direction, though, I know I’ll be prancing perfectly in no time! Everyone’s prepping for summer, so if we need to run some errands, you can take me along. I am learning how to ride in a car too, but I can get a little carsick and have to lifted into the car. One skill I’ve pretty much mastered, however, is going potty outside. In other words, I’m house-trained! Summertime fun is something I already know really well too! I am perky pup with lots of puppy energy, so I am ready for zoomies in backyard with my foster doggy sibling any time. I’m really personable with kids too because of my very sweet and affectionate personality. Plus, kids love to give hugs and cuddles, and I’m all for it! Belly-rubs and ear-rubs are a pleasant way to spend a summer afternoon too. While I am my plucky self around my foster family, I do take a little time to warm up to new people, and I can get a little head-shy. I have a curious and loving nature, though, so I warm up quickly. While I’ve been told I have a pearly-white smile, I do need to gain some weight. Good thing I like liver treats! Chewing on things in general is fun, but I am learning to only chew on my toys. I know the word “no,” so I just need some practice. When my foster family leaves me home alone, though, I do really well in the crate. For me, puppy paradise is being with the people I love. Won’t you take me home and make this peace-loving pyr a part of your family?
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Abner

Age
1 year old
Weight
79 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Good morning, Sunshine! I’m Abner, and my name means “light.” I’ve been told I’m like a ray of sunshine because of my sweet and mellow personality. Right now, I’m like a sunrise, slowly warming up to all the humans I meet. I take time to learn about the people I interact with, and then I can start to trust them. My favorite way to get to know you is by sniffing. Instead of being sun-kissed, you’ll get little nose kisses from me! After a few sniffs, I’ll also take treats gently from you if you place them near me. Treat-giving and sniffing are great ways for us to start bonding. I know that once we develop a closeness, our relationship will be like walking on sunshine! One creature I’ve already learned to trust is my fellow canine. I’m good with other dogs, so it might be nice to have another dog to play with. Basically, I need a family who can be my guiding light, and I will give them all my love and loyalty in return. Help me let the sunshine in and consider adopting me today!
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Moochie

Age
1 year and 6 months old
Weight
67 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Moochie, here! And, I’m ready to give you lots of smoochies! My GPRA friends say I’m very lovable. Getting pets also makes this poochie smile. Just check out all my grinning pics! I was getting lots of ear and noses scratches that day, and those are my favorite kind of scratches. Being around people always gives me a rush like a cup of mocha! I’ll even say, “More attention, please!” with a nice pyr paw. Kids are fun to be with as well. They’re as sweet as mochi ice cream just like me! While I’m a velcro pup who wants to be right beside you, I like being with other dogs too. I am energetic like a human after drinking a matcha latte, so I know I’d love a doggy sibling or some doggy friends to play with. We could frolic around in the backyard or at a dog park. Scoochie, I mean scooch, on over and apply to adopt me!
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