Albus is a handsome Great Pyrenees male who was picked up as a stray by some nice people who took him into their home. Aside from some separation anxiety, Albus is a great dog in every respect and has many fans on Facebook. He is good with other dogs, cats, and children. At a recent adoption event, he was friendly with everyone and would let anyone come up and pet and love on him. He is good on a leash, sits on command, and doesn't bark much (except in public at other dogs he does not know). Albus is fully housetrained, is gentle, calm, calm, and easygoing. Albus will do best in a home where one of his humans is home most of the time and where he has at least one other dog to keep him company. We don't know much about his history and have not tested him yet with our goats and chickens, but he seems to like being a house dog rather than a livestock guardian out in the field.
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