Precocious, nosey, inquisitive and loving life, Peluchi will make you smile. He loves to play and sticks his nose into everything, a true adventurer! Full of life energy and creativity, sweet Peluchi's curiosity is boundless at 18 months old. He is the first to come up to you and say hi. Peluchi loves dogs, feline-friendly, kid-friendly and is house trained; he even knows how to use the pet door. He is fair on leash (the force is strong with this one) - getting excited at birds, squirrels and other dogs along the way. Peluchi must have a playmate because he could become destructive when bored or left alone (he removed some books which he then read to oblivion). Food left out on the counter? It must be for Peluchi. Crumbs on the floor? Those must be for Peluchi too. Dog treats on top of the fridge? Peluchi is capable of reaching the top of the refrigerator. He likes to patrol the yard and will bark at whatever doesn’t seem normal. One of his favorite places to lay is on the porch outside the backdoor where he can survey the area. His favorite position while doing so is on his side with legs extended as far as they will go. Due to his previous hygiene neglect, Peluchi isn't real keen on being brushed or combed (grooming), but it's improving with positive reinforcement. Peluchi is now loving life with his foster family and looking for his forever home. You could be that special someone who teaches him all about the strong bond between a dog and his human. He hasn't been loved much but boy is he ready.
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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