Pick a pair of perfect Pyrs! My name is Skyy, and I’m a girl, born approximately November 2015. My foster mommy DNA'd me, and I am certified 100% Great Pyrenees! I am bonded with my brother, Smirnoff, so we need to be adopted together, please. We are so happy together! We are still toddlers and will need a home where someone is there at least part-time.
As far as trendy fashion accessories go, I think I may be the best buy out there! I'll match with any outfit, as I'm all white with gray/beige swirled accents.
I love being anywhere my humans are. I'm pet-door trained and leash trained. I am a toddler and love playing tug-a war with the other dogs in my foster home, and keeping the squirrels and rabbits at bay. Got a pond or creek nearby? I adore running through knee-deep water and dashing about.
Strangers sometimes make me a little leery, but I suppose that's not a bad thing in this day and age - ha! I warm up to people pretty quickly, and would love to have people of my own who will help me learn the ways of the world. My brother and I were not well taken care of before we were rescued, but I am learning humans can be good, especially when they come with treats.
I'm hoping for a perfect home that will make everyone feel better, and I know I have a lot of love to give to just the right family. Could it be yours?
SPIN Pyrs are all in foster homes in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Potential adopters are asked to make travel arrangements if they live elsewhere. All SPIN dogs are spayed or neutered, current on vaccinations and on heartworm prevention. Please go to our website www.SpinRescue.org and fill out an application for this great Great Pyrenees!
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