Lilo & Loki

Age
5.5 yrs
Weight
125 lbs. & 90 lbs.
Sex
Male and Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hellos! We are the loving and playful bonded duo, Lilo and Loki! Charmingly named after the lively Disney character (Lilo) and God of Mischief (Loki), we promise that our mischief is only the fun and playful kind!

Loki: Before we begin, I need to tell you a little about my best Pyr friend, Lilo! We grew up together. Although Lilo has never let it affect her happy life, she is deaf. So she needs a little help at times, and I am always by her side.

Lilo: Wait, I am very independent and do not need any help. If either of us needs a little help, it is Loki! He keeps losing the little games we have going on between us!

Loki: As you can tell, we have lots of fun together, and our bond is undeniable. Every day is a great one because we have each other for companionship. Lilo is very perceptive. She always knows what is going on just by looking at me.

Lilo: I only look at you because you are always next to me. Ok, enough with the banter. Now, it’s time to share more about us. We are used to spending all of our hours outside and only came inside for sleep! However, GPRA tells us that we will spend lots more time indoors, which is perfectly fine. We love AC! Will we also have a big backyard for roaming around together?

Loki: I am ready for all of the changes ahead. As long as I have Lilo with me, we will conquer every new adventure.

Lilo: Yes, we are excited about happily-ever-after with our new fur-ever family.

Your Pyr-sational duo,
Lilo ♥️ and Loki ♥️

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Our main mission at GPRA is to find the right permanent home for Great Pyrenees in distress, whether they are strays or from an overpopulated kill or no-kill shelter. We don’t care how old they are or what their medical condition is because we will make sure they receive a comprehensive medical evaluation, spaying or neutering, and even behavioral training if necessary.