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It's hard to "sneak" when you're a Great Pyrenees -- sheer size makes you inevitably conspicuous -- but Rocky wandered up on someone's property one day and by the time the homeowner's noticed him, he'd introduced himself very nicely to all of their dogs, greeted all the humans with a smile, and made himself right at home! He had such a good time with all of them (and they with him), that they let him stay while they tried to find Rocky's real family. After weeks of searching, they realized that no one was looking for him, and as much as he was blended right in, they just weren't prepared to keep this giant boy so they sought us out to help Rocky find a family who will appreciate this true Gentle Giant.
Rocky is a super friendly, loving boy who loves to stay by someone's side. He quickly became the volunteer favorite because he's so laid back and yet so social in the nicest way. He loves to be with people and he loves to be with dogs, but he's also happy to occupy himself by watching others play, or lumbering around checking out his surroundings. He's gotten along with all the dogs: male, female, big, small, spunky and cranky. Rocky is just happy to feel a sense of belonging -- this boy takes loyalty to his pack seriously! We think Rocky is a young adult in the 2 - 3 year old range. At nearly 80 pounds he's still got filing out to do, and he's a very healthy boy. Great Pyrenees are prone to wandering so keep that in mind when considering him. If Rocky is your champ, please visit www.pinkshelter.org for more information about the adoption process or click here for our online application. Full vetting and neuter included in his $350 adoption fee. Transport fee is additional $150. IF YOU HAVE AOL or YAHOO PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FILE FOR OUR RESPONSE
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