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My husband and I recently rescued a six year old Great Pyrenese named Buck. His previous owners were going to euthanize
him for reasons we did not believe in.
Buck is an extremely loyal protector. In the week that we have had him he has shown some aggression with strangers coming
into our home meaning growling and lunging. Though with that said when out and about in different local businesses (pet stores,
home depot and generally out and about) he is affectionate with those whom have approached him. We and a behaviorist (we
can recommend if needed) believes this is a fixable problem. We know he spent a lot of his time on a 1/3rd of an acre lot and
living in a garage at night. A lot of his experiences are new and he is a bit shy, but with a some patience and more socialization
he will break out of this. We don’t think he should be around kids.
What we have noticed more is all the good that Buck has to offer. He loves being pet especially around his eyes. He sleeps and
cuddles with us every night, loves cookies and doggy ice cream. He enjoys going with us places and seeing new stuff. He wants
to be the dog by your side and is he is happy even if you are just sitting around.
He is well trained. Walking very well on a lease and knows a bunch of commands. Like all Pyrs he sometimes pretends he does
not hear you but not for more than a few seconds.
If we did not have a full house of two cats and two other Pyrs we would mostly likely keep him but that is not possible at the
If you are interested in him please reach out to us at: 503-960-3450.