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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Hippy

Age
DOB: 01/18/2019
Weight
62 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Peace, love, and pyrs, am I right? I’m Hippy, and it’s just groovy to meet you! A family who is ready for a young pyr girl would be far out, that’s hippy slang for awesome. When I meet someone new, I’m a little shy, but once I get to know you, I warm up quicker than a lava lamp! Hippies were known for their community living, and I’m honestly a people-pup. I love my humans! Being mellow and getting snuggles from my foster family is outta sight! I’ll even be a good pyr girl when you brush me or take me to the vet. I have a doggy foster sister as well, and we’ve had nothing but good vibes between us. Because I’ve got a lot of righteous energy, I do need a doggy playmate in my new home. Playing in the backyard with my foster dog sis is boss, so I’ll also need a backyard, for sure. Every day, I like to really get my flower power on with nature walks. Because I’m good on the leash, I think you’ll really dig walking me. Smelling the roses, smelling anything really, makes me so happy, so I do pull a little on the leash at first. After a while, though, I go with the flow. You know what else is neato about me? I’m house-trained! I would be so stoked if this Hippy could find her home! Please consider adopting me, today!
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Luna Lu

  • Luna Lu
Age
DOB: 01/07/2019
Weight
62 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hey, Everybody! I’m Luna Lu, and it’s nice to meet you. Foster Mama says I warm up quickly to my humans, so I promise I’ll love you to the moon and back! My foster mom also says I’ve got a very happy and playful personality. Because playing is my favorite activity, I’d be over the moon to have a doggy sibling. What’s funny is when I don’t have another dog to play with, I like to chase tennis balls, but I won’t fetch. I’m a pyr, after all! When I’m not outside having a blast, I’ll stay by your side to get lots of pets. In the house, I’m a calm girl. Just call me over because I know my name and say, “Luna, sit.” I know that command, and I like to do that when I take treats gently from your hand. Foster Mom says I’m food-motivated, so if you offer me a treat, I’ll be sure to listen. Foster Mom has already used this trick to teach me sit/stay/release, walk with me, stop, cross, and around. While on the leash, I do pull a little from excitement, but I am a great walker because I can follow all these commands. Another one of my pyr-fect qualities that will have you mooning over me is that I’m housetrained! I really am a polite young pyr lady even in the car. Don’t wait until the next blue moon! Ask to meet me today!

 

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Olive

Age
9 months
Weight
62 lbs
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Greetings, pyr people! I’m Olive, and I can’t wait to meet you! Olives come in all different colors, and I have a few: white, brown, black, gray. Okay, so I’m mostly cream-colored because I’m a pyr, but my markings are beautiful! My foster mama says I’m just as beautiful on the inside. I’m bursting with so much love that I just want to jump up and give hugs! We’re working on the command “off,” though, and Foster Mom is teaching me “sit” too. I’ve got a bit of that typical pyr stubbornness, but when my foster doggy brother was getting a treat for doing a command, I realized I could do it too! When I’m not learning, I like to do a variety of things. Just like olives come in many different flavors like garlic-stuffed, cheese-stuffed, and pepper-stuffed, new activities are what keep life entertaining. Foster Mommy says I like to patrol the fence, chew bones, play chase with my foster dog bro, and sniff everything! I’m a puppy, so I’m always busy having fun. When I’m not running around in the backyard, I like to get petted by my foster family. I love all the attention and cuddles you can give me. All you have to do is look at my sweet face, and you know I’m going to be the best, most loyal girl. Take me home, and olive you forever! Get it? Ol-ive you sounds like I’ll love you, and I will!
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Leo

Age
10 mths
Weight
62 lbs
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees

My foster mom says even though I’m only ten-months-old, all 62 lbs. of me is an amazing Pyr. Yep, this boy loves, loves, loves kids, grown-ups, dogs, and cats. Being outside is the best but I’m housetrained so cuddling inside is a definite “yes” as well. Walks are fun, too but sometimes I get tired quickly when my bad leg starts hurting. It’s OK, though, don’t worry about me, I have a plan. See, GPRA is taking me to special orthopedic veterinarian about maybe having surgery when I’m finished growing. My pictures look as if I’m a little unsure of things, maybe because I don’t where my future will happen. Hey, maybe it will be in your house? Maybe we can celebrate my first birthday together in a couple of months? If you please email info@greatpyratlanta.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below, I’ll start planning the party menu!

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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.