Hello, Pyr Friends! I’m Little Lulu, and “Little” is in my name because I’m still a young pyr. The big, wide world is so new and a little scary. I’ll need lots of love and care to help me realize it’s a safe and friendly place. When I see people from a distance, I wag my tail a lot because I am excited. I need slow introductions, though, because I’m still getting used to being around humans. Even though people are new to me, I’m still a good houseguest. I haven’t been destructive when left alone. I know the command “sit” too. Foster Dad asks me to sit and then gives me a lot of pets which I like. Of course, with me being a puppy, I’ll need potty-training and leash-training too. Positive reinforcement, or behavior rewarded with praise and/or treats, will be the best way to teach me these things. Right now, Foster Dad says I walk pretty good on a leash, but I’m still learning. I’ve also seen some deer in the backyard, and I’m interested but don’t go after them. Would you please take me home and help me grow into the confident and joyful pyr I know I can be?
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