Zeus and Apollo Walton
We, Zeus and Apollo, have arrived and are ready to greet you with our growing pyr paws! Like our legendary namesakes, Olympian gods, we will fulfill our destiny to serve humanity. Could you possibly be the humans who we will love forever? As very energetic, almost one-year-olds (Who isn’t energetic at this age?), we will need dedicated time, training, and exercise. Our dog-loving foster parents have learned a few things about us, and we are pyr-ty grateful for their kindness, care, and yummy healthy treats. It seems like in our ancient past, we were fed out of the same bowl, but that is not the behavior of gods. So, now, we are fed separately and are learning how to eat more calmly as befits our olympian status. We also were a little head shy at first, but we are gaining our god-like confidence little-by-little as we continue to train and learn to trust our foster parents. Brotherly love is something we have down pat, and we know with the right family who helps care and train us, we will become very loyal individuals to our humans. Foster Mama says, “Zeus is the braver guardian and will always approach to say hi while Apollo is a bit more shy and needs some coaxing.” Foster Papa says, “As young boys, they do quite well on the leash and will blossom with additional training.” We’re your future glorious and most great Pyruss, Zeus and Apollo. Will you take us home?
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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.