I hear it is good luck having the same numbers in your age as your weight! At least if you’re a 3.5-year-old, 135 lb. male Pyr looking for a new home. And even if it’s not true, I need some “happy” so I’m going to pretend it is. See, my dad crossed over the humans’ rainbow bridge and now my mom has the C-word. I don’t know how a combination of letters makes someone sick but that’s what I keep hearing. I’m do know, however, I’m grateful she had the right letters and words to ask GPRA to help find new people for me and different new people for my sister Georgia B. What kind of home do I need? Well, I’m exuberant and while I’m playful with dogs—met a couple of cats that were just fine with me—my foster family says that I’m as gentle as can be. I’m very gentlemanly in one way: just say “push” and I’ll open the door for you! My mom also crate-trained me but since I spend most of my time in a kennel run, I hope my new family will patiently teach me to potty outside and walk on a leash so I can spend all my time with them while they scratch my hears, rub my tummy, and feed me treats. In fact, we can start with the treat part as soon as you please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click “Apply to Adopt” below to meet me!Apply to Adopt Contact Us
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