Ghost is my name. Part of my story is sad, but the other part is good because of my guardian angel. Thanks to the watchful eyes of my guardian angel who lived next door, I got food and water where I lived tied up in a plastic shed. After multiple attempts, my guardian angel also convinced my neglectful owner to surrender me. I hope every neglected dog has someone who will never give up on them. Without the kindness and persistence of my guardian angel and GPRA, I would never have had a chance at a good life. (Thank you, guardian angel and GPRA!) Here are a few comments that my guardian angel shared about me. “Ghost is a sweet and cuddly dog. Sadly, he was tied up in a backyard shed.” (Yes, after living tied up, I have still kept my Pyr heart.) “Ghost is friendly, a bit shy, playful, and easy-going.” (Yes, everything is new to me. All I really need is someone who will invest the time to increase my trust and exposure to new things.) I cannot wait to update you on all that I am learning. Looking forward to car rides, walks in the park, watching a movie together, celebrating birthdays, and everything else a family does with their Great Pyrenees.
Forever grateful and Pyr-excited about a new life,
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