Thank you, mom, for asking GPRA to find me a new home instead of leaving me at a shelter. I understand, really. I’m Daisy, a two-year-old, 99 lb. girl who, according to the vet, needs a new food plan and more exercise until 80 lbs. shows up on the scale. Losing weight should be fun though since I like swimming and playing with other dogs (I adored the Husky who lived with me) at dog parks. And adopting me will be fun, too because I’m house trained, can be left alone for eight hours and my mom says I rarely bark in the house. Of course, like any card-carrying Pyr, I do bark outside and if I’m left out too long, I’ll dig a cool spot to lay in while I guard my property. I’m used to having an open crate available for naps and am very gentle; you can take things from my mouth, even my chew toys. There is one little quirk: I like greeting people by jumping up to smell their faces. I don’t know why, and I can probably unlearn it with good training and patience. In my defense, no one’s ever complained and I always stand down after the hello sniff. So…I’m ready when you are, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click “Apply to Adopt” below to meet me.Apply to Adopt Contact Us
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