Lola Bloom

Age
6 yrs
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Lola Bloom, here! My last name makes me think of flowers, and my favorite one is a daisy. I’m fresh as a daisy too because I’m petal-soft and sparkling clean. I tend to stay that way because I’m the indoor-sy type. Funny enough, I actually love walking on the leash, but I’m still learning about human things like cars. I love learning because just like a daisy can grow almost anywhere, I’m adaptable! Daisies aren’t just hardy; they symbolize loyalty and patience too. I love my other dog companions, and I even welcomed a kitten into my foster home. Speaking of my home, I can be left alone because I’m calm and love to sleep on the couch. I’m a sweet, shy girl, and I can’t wait to go home with you and blossom!

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Tater Tot

Age
1 year
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Tater Tot here! Yep, someone named me Tater Tot, and, yes, it makes me laugh every time I hear my name, too! One wandering day, I decided to stop and say hello to the friendly people at a veterinary office. Yes, I can certainly pick the humans who I know will help me. After Pyr pawing those good humans, they took me in. Although many efforts were taken to find my owners, no one claimed irresistible me. So now, I am with GPRA.
I heard a GPRA volunteer say that I am a true peach! (Well, thank you. And, thank you for transporting me to GPRA)!
Here are a few things GPRA has learned about me.
“Tater Tot did exceptionally well in the car. He was quiet and well-behaved. Although slightly nervous on his first car ride, he did great.”
“Tater Tot has an amazing temperament. He is a leaner and a human-loving Pyr that will want to be with his people a lot as well as have adequate couch time.”
So, do you think you’d like me to join you for your holiday celebrations? I promise to bring you lots of Pyr joy!
As GPRA learns more about me, I will update you.
Pyrly yours, Tater Tot
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Sadie Summer

Age
9 yrs
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hi! My name is Sadie Summer, and I am ready to live out my golden years with a loving owner. GPRA tells me that I will not live tied up outside anymore.
So, is it true that I may get my very own comfy dog bed or couch? Couches are my favorite thing, but an equally comfortable dog bed might make me just as happy! Ignore my shaved haircut because it is not my best look. My coat is growing in, and I cannot wait to be as white and fluffy as GPRA’s other Pyrs! If you wonder why I am with GPRA, the simple answer is that my family closed the farm, moved to the suburbs, and I was left behind. Although I am shy, I will surely open up my Pyr heart with kind-hearted humans.
Here is what my foster family says about me.
“Sadie is timid and quiet, and she is trusting us more each day. Her safe place is the couch. She loves her couch!” (My Pyr heart is starting to trust my foster parents. Would you believe they gave me my very own couch?)
“Sadie walks great on a leash. However, she still gets a bit frightened of new noises or activities. While taking  Sadie for walks through town, she will cower a bit when people come up, but she will stand and let them pet her.” (I’m trying to be a brave girl.)
“Although it took a while for Sadie not to flinch every time we touched her, Sadie loves petting.”
“Sadie will do best in a quiet house and neighborhood without too much traffic or activity.” (Yep, I enjoy quiet and relaxed living, do you?)
“Sadie will need a patient and loving owner who will help build her trust.”
Did you know that GPRA knows of Pyrs that live into their late teenage years? Well, I plan to be one of those Pyrs, so will you open your home and heart to me?
Pyr-ready for a life of comfort and love, Sadie Summer Emoji
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Misty Dale

Age
8 yrs
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hi, everyone. I am the beautiful Pyr that goes by the name of Misty Dale. You can call me Misty. For five years, I wandered a neighborhood. Yes, five years. The good thing is that the neighborhood humans fed me. Still, that is a long time to be on my own.
The neighborhood describes me as a sweet and friendly girl. Thankfully, someone finally stepped up to take responsibility to ensure that I am properly cared for. Right now, I am in the loving care of a foster family and will update you on all that I am learning. GPRA tells me that my very own family is out there. As I did with my neighborhood, I will become your faithful guardian.
Eagerly awaiting my turn to be loved forever…Misty
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Cisco

Age
5 yrs
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees
Hello, everyone! I am Cisco.  Sadly, I lost my primary caretaker, and with this unexpected life change, my previous family can no longer keep me. They are all very heartbroken.
Now, I am looking for a new family who will become my forever.  There are lots of great things you need to know about me.  First, you can see in my photos how much I love humans. Here are few other things that my previous family shared with GPRA.
“Cisco is a friendly, family dog.” (Yes, I love my family, especially the children.)
“Cisco is active and playful. He spent most of his life outside.” (Yes, I love the outdoors. However, if the humans are inside, I think I would like to spend more time there as well.)
“Cisco lived with another dog and six cats.” (I will miss my other fur-family members and look forward to having new ones.)
So, what do you think? Are you ready to adopt me? Looking forward to happier days, again… Cisco
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Charlotte

Age
4 yrs
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

I heard some humans say I used to live with someone who had “too many dogs.” It’s OK though, past is past and now this four-year-old, 80 lb. girl is on her way to you. Or maybe a friend or family member of yours if that’s my best forever home. GPRA and I would really appreciate your telling safe and patient dog people all about my extremely sweet nature and how dog friendly I am. Living in a shelter kinda stressed me out so I’ll probably know more about my true self once I get a GPRA foster. Or, if you’re already in love with me, please email info@greatpyratlanta.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below.

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Ava

Age
1 year
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Please read my story. I’m so sweet and snuggly but I have to be honest about why I need you. Easy stuff first: I’m a year old, weigh 80 lbs., am house & leash trained, and love being pet everywhere. It’s even OK to grab my collar after I get to know you. And that’s why I need patience and understanding: it takes time for me to trust people. It’s wonderful my current family does so much for their neighbors and community but all the activity and noise and strangers, well, it makes me anxious. The low fence makes it easy for me to escape the stress, but leaving the yard is dangerous and scares my family. Have you ever nurtured a dog like me who needs patience and security and calm company? Can you be inside with me, or take me outside with you? I’m not much of an alone dog, at least not now. Who knows what I’ll become with the right human, or family? Well, hopefully I chose enough of the right words to show you my heart and you’ll please email info@greatpyratlanta.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below to talk about sharing yours with me.

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Elly Mae

Age
1.5 yrs
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Seems like some humans go to the people vet more than others, or at least that’s what it seems like for my owner. I bet that’s one reason this 1.5-year-old, 80 lb. girl needs a new home. If it will help you decide, keep in mind I’m good with dogs, cats, and kids. I already know how to walk well on a leash, I need to learn inside manners since I’m currently an outside dog. My people say I like things called grooming and playing. Oh, and they also say I smile a lot, except when it’s storming. Yep, thunderstorms are unsettling, but I’m usually fine in the barn. Which tells me I bet I’ll be even happier in the house with you petting me. Will you please email info@greatpyratlanta.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below so we can at least have a no obligation meeting?

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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.

Osito

Age
2 yrs
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Male
Breed
Great Pyrenees Mix

Hey, my name rhymes with Dorito and my lovable face looks like an Oreo. If you’re a foodie, I might be your guy. I’m only two-years-old and at 80 lbs., I’ve got room for a couple more pounds. The few things I know about myself put me on the “good dog” list this gift-giving season: I love people, never destroyed anything at my foster home, am happy inside or outside, and I’m happy to be pet everywhere, just please don’t grab my collar. Like most of my kind, I like herding and protecting my people, especially from other big male dogs. Those guys are on my naughty list but I’m friendly with small and female dogs. Which, of course, makes sense because naturally a good-looking boy like me would like the ladies, right?! So, that’s my story and until you please email info@greatpyratlanta.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below and can help me learn more about myself, I’m sticking to it.

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Millie

Age
2 yrs
Weight
80 lbs.
Sex
Female
Breed
Great Pyrenees

Hi, I’m Millie and after my tough start in life, I finally have good news to share. I’m two-years old, weigh 80 lbs. and almost housetrained! I’m also fine home alone for five or six hours, IF you can pull yourself away from me, that is. Now, if you can’t bear leaving my sweet face, no problem: I love care rides. And being brushed. I usually sleep by the front door because it’s the best way to protect my family. Hopefully my forever family will love me through my startle reflex and fading aggression. Yes, my past is part of my present behavior but if you’re dog smart and patient and calm and firm and loving, I bet we can make a pyrfect future. Please email info@greatpyratlanta.com, click “Contact Us” or choose “Apply to Adopt” below. After all, isn’t rescue dog’s love worth a few clicks or taps?

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