Merle & June Bug

5 yrs
99.4 lbs. & 86 lbs.
Male and Female
Great Pyrenees
Hellos! I am Merle, and this is my Pyr-friend, June. We are a bonded pair which means that we will be happiest staying together. You see, separating a bonded pair will be quite distressing, and we do not want this to happen.
We have been through complete evaluations with GPRA’s trainer. He said that we are “fantastic dogs.” We sat for treats, let the trainer touch us all over, and did excellent walking on the leash. (June tried to show me up a bit, but I upped my game.) Since we can be a bit strong on a leash, it’s best to have our own human for walks. (After all, the more, the merrier, right?) Also, since we were raised with many children, ages three to 15, we are great with the younger humans. We especially love it when our humans sit down next to us and show us affection. GPRA’s trainer also said that we love being groomed and are friendly with other dogs.
We will be devoted, affectionate, and well-mannered family dogs with more time, training, and consistency. For daily exercise and to keep us safe, we will require a large, secure fenced-in yard.
GPRA recommends that we not live on a farm and believe we have the Pyr-potential to be excellent therapy dogs.
Your fabulous Pyr-duo, Merle (and June)
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