Harper Smore

Age
DOB: 05/15/2021
Weight
82 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi-ya! I’m Harper, and I’m happy to meet you! This summer, I became a mama, and you can see how I put the health and happiness of my pups first in my sweet pictures. Now that my puppies are almost ready to go off on their own adventures, I’m hankering for my forever home! As a happy-go-lucky young pyr, I’m playful and have good energy, so hanging out in the yard or hiking around the neighborhood will be hands-down a great time for me. Because I get along harmoniously with other dogs, it would be a heck of a lot of fun to have another doggo in my new family. We would be best buds! My foster mama says I especially enjoy walking with a doggy companion. Walking me on leash should be a heavenly experience due to my excellent leash manners. Foster Mom compliments me on not being on a puller, and I like to hail everyone we meet because I’m a super friendly dog! As a recent mama dog, I understand how your house is your haven, and I help to keep your habitat clean by being housetrained. Hasten on over to the “Apply to Adopt” button and consider adopting me today. I can hardly wait to come home with you!

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Marble

Age
DOB: 11/16/2022
Weight
60 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

The best things in life are marbled, including me! My name’s Marble, and just like marbled beef, I’m a little fancy because I already know some tricks like “sit” and “paw.” I’m such a good listener because I adore people. Humans love to pet my marble white fur which is great because getting pets is my favorite! While I haven’t walked on many marble floors, I totally could because I walk well on the leash. As I’m still a young pyr boy, I have good energy and enjoy playing. I’ll make my zoomies across the yard faster than you can play a game of marbles! You can also rely on marble to make strong buildings, and you can rely on me too because I’m basically housetrained. I haven’t had any accidents in my area! Marble sculptures sure make your house pretty, but this Marble pyr will brighten your home with lots of love. Think about adopting me, today!

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Sunshine

Age
DOB: 04/30/2022
Weight
68 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
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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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June

Age
DOB: 3/20/2022
Weight
62 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, All! I’m June, and I’ve got a personality as warm as my summer month namesake! Cuddling with my foster mom really brightens my day. I’m a bit bashful at first, but once I get to know you, I’ll show you my sunny disposition and let you give me all the pets. Because I take time to warm up and sudden movements can scare me a bit, I think I’d prefer a home with older kids or just adults. My foster family tells me that my shining smile is proof of how happy and friendly I am after we’ve gotten to know each other. Feeling loved and safe means everything to me, and I’ll show you my gratitude by being a good listener. My foster mom has already taught me “sit” and “shake,” and we’re working on the commands: down, stay, and come. I do have some separation anxiety when left home alone, but as long as I have my doggy buddy and my own secure space, I calm down after about twenty minutes. My amiable attitude means I get along great with other dogs too. Right now, I live with another male pyr, and we have the best time romping around like two little rays of sunshine! When we’re in the backyard for playtime, I’ll need a six-foot fence to keep me safe because I can get over a shorter one. If I’m not wrestling with my pyr brother, I have a great time playing with tennis balls. June is the start of summer fun, and I can’t think of a better way to begin this sunlit season than you taking me home!

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The Summer Litter

Age
14 weeks old
Sex
Female & Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Summer is just around the corner, and so are we! We’re the Summer Litter, and we’re so excited to come home with you! Just look at us frolicking in the sun in that first picture. As pups, we still have that rise and shine energy which means we will need a way to get out our zoomies and a place to do our training. Us little rays of sunshine will also need potty-training, leash-training, and basic command training. The most important thing with pyr puppy training is a sunny disposition a.k.a. positive reinforcement. Basically, whenever you’re trying to teach us anything like sit or pottying outside, praise and treats are the right way to help us learn. If you give us a lot of love, patience, and positive reinforcement (treats and praise), we’ll be walking on sunshine! Most of us pups are pyr girlies: Faith, Buffy, Anya, Dawn, and Willow. Two of us, though, are pyr boys: Giles and Spike. Pyr puppies are known to brighten people’s lives, so if you’re ready to fill your house with positive vibes, consider taking one of us home today!

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Anna Peach

Age
DOB: 04/05/21
Weight
83 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Anna Peach, here, and my GPRA friends say I’m as pretty as a peach because of how soft and fuzzy I am! At my age, I’m still a young peach who is ripe with some good energy but also that charming pyr calm. Another reason I’m peachy keen is because I’m totally housetrained, so your house will stay as pretty as a peach too. When this peach has to potty, I can use the dog door or stand by the door to let you know it’s time to go out. If you have to leave home, you can leave me free to roam the house because I am very well-behaved. While I’m a little shy at first, I warm up nicely like a plate of peach cobbler as soon as I get to know you. For me, people and kids are the cream to my peaches; we just go well together like peaches and cream! My foster family like to compliment me on my sweet as peach pie personality as well. I love to sit by your side and get lots of pets! Brushing is peachilious too because it’s kind of like getting pets while getting groomed. You’ll also be saying I’m a peach because I already know “sit” and “down,” and then we can get to the snuggling. My foster mom says I love to lay my head in your lap. It’s my way of saying I’m the peach of your eye. One skill I’m working on is leash-walking. Right now, I’m a little like a peach tree in a breeze as I pull and dart a bit, especially around loud cards, but I know with some practice and love, I’ll be walking just peachy on the leash in no time! Foster Mama is currently teaching me “heel” to help me along. Just like peaches grow together on trees, I have been having fun with my foster dog siblings, so I would do well at a home with other dogs. We all know the best part of Georgia’s springs and summers is peaches, so consider adopting this Peach today!

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