Ladybelle en fraçais





Allo LadyBelle !

Ladybelle est un Pyrénéenne de 19 mois, enregistrée (tatouage : VA5 16W) qui pèse à peu près 80 livres. Elle est petite mais ce qui lui manque, elle reprend en énergie. Aussitôt que la porte s’ouvre, elle part comme une balle!

Quelle chienne formidable comme compagnon à des enfants!

La première famille de Ladybelle avait 3 enfants et ils se sont tous bien amuses ensemble. Ils jouaient quotidiennement au parc. Elle avait 7 mois et une chienne calme et bien entrainée. Malheureusement il y a eu divorce et Ladybelle a été retournée chez l’éleveur.
Ensuite elle a vécu avait une dame plus âgée maïs son niveau d’énergie a fait qu’elle s’ennuyait la dame me l’ait amené en rescue.

Une belle famille avec trois enfants formidables l’ont adopté. Et elle était très heureuse ainsi que les enfants. En bonne Pyrénéenne, elle jappait pour avertir des arrives et agissements dans la cour. Voici leur histoire.

« Notre histoire Lady Belle .
LadyBelle es venu vivre avec notre famille il y a cinq mois. Du moment que nous l’avons vu, nous sommes tombés en amour avec cette douce petite Pyrénéenne aimable Nous l’avons appelé bébé Belle à cause de sa disposition de chiot et son esprit de douceur. De jouer et de s’amuser, c’est ce qu’elle est destinée à faire dans la vie
Nos deux enfants passaient des heures à jouer au cosser avec elle dans la cour. Quand les enfants étaient à l’école, Belle réussissait à amener notre vieux Husky à jouer à souque à la corde ou à bien faire une course autour de la cours. Belle, en bonne Pyrénéenne, a pris sa tâche de nous protéger très à cœur. Quand il y avait un bruit suspect ou un inconnu près de la maison, elle nous avertissait. Whenever there was a strange noise or person lurking around the house, Belle’s bark would warn us.
Le jappement d’avertissement occasionnel est ce dont nos voisins se sont plaints. Ils sont peu compréhensifs du rôle et de la nature d’un Pyrénéen.
Belle est une chienne de famille formidable. Elle est douce avec notre enfant de 7 ans et enjouée avec celui de 10 ans. Mais, elle doit se retrouver dans un environnement ou ses avertissements seront tolérés parce que c’est son travail et nous l’aimons pour ce qu’elle fait pour nous. Belle nous manque beaucoup mais nous ne voulons que le mieux pour elle pour qu’elle reste aimable et heureuse. »

C’était un malheur que la famille de Ladybelle vivait dans une municipalité moins qu’acceptant d’un chien gardien..

Actuellement, elle joue avec un male de 10 mois qui est beaucoup plus grand qu’elle maïs elle tient son bout. Étant la femelle de l’espèce, elle gagne à ces jeux  .
Elle joue aussi bine avec des femelles qu’avec les males, sans distinction.
…et les deux se font un grand plaisir de se couvrir de boue!!!!

Alors, nous cherchons une famille ou Ladybelle aura des enfants avec qui jouer, avec ou sans d’autre chien. Ainsi pourra-t-elle rester la Pyrénéenne gentille, active et enjouée qu’elle est. Elle sera heureuse comme ça.

Vous pouvez voir d’autres photos de Ladybelle sur la page Facebook du Great Pyrenees Club of Southern Ontario Rescue Facebook.


Marianne Glofcheski
(819) 985-1044
glofchm@yahoo.com

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Ladybelle

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Great Pyrenees Rescue Ladybelle

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Great Pyrenees Rescue Ladybelle
Great Pyrenees Rescue Ladybelle
Great Pyrenees Rescue Ladybelle

Meet LadyBelle !

Ladybelle is a 19 month old registered Pyr (tattoo number: VA5 16W) weighing about 80 pounds. She a small model but what she lacks in size, she makes up in energy. As soon as she gets to the gate and it opens, she’s off like a shot!

What a great dog for a child who wants a companion to run with!

Ladybelle’s original family had 3 children and she played well with them. They played in the park regularly where she could run. She was 7 months old and a calm well trained dog.

She was returned to the breeder because of divorce. She then stayed with an older lady but she is an active girl and she was bored. This lady brought her to rescue.

A family with three wonderful children adopted her and she was very happy as were they. Being a Pyr, she barked to tell them of new arrivals and doings in the yard. This is their story

‘Our Lady Belle story.
LadyBelle came to live with our family five months ago. From the moment we saw Belle, the four of us fell head over heels for this sweet and loving Pyr. We nicknamed her baby Belle because of her “puppy-gentle” and active spirit. Playing and having fun is what she is destined to do.

Our two children could spend hours playing soccer with Belle in the backyard. When the kids were at school, Belle would entice the older husky in a game of tug or chase around the yard. Belle, being a Pyr, also took her job of protecting us seriously. Whenever there was a strange noise or person lurking around the house, Belle’s bark would warn us.

This warning bark, although not continuous, is what got Belle into trouble with our neighbours who have been unsympathetic to the role of the Great Pyrenees. Belle is a wonderful family dog. She is gentle with our 7 year old and playful with our 10 year old. But she is best suited in an environment that will tolerate her warning barks… because that is her job and we love her for that! We miss Belle already but want what is best for Belle so she can remain loving and happy!!!

It was Ladybelle’s misfortune that her family lived in a less than dog-friendly municipality.

Presently she is playing with a 10 month old male who is much bigger than she is and holding
her own. Being the female of the species, she is obviously winning the games: .
She enjoys playing with the females as well as males; she seems to be gender blind.

…and they are both thoroughly enjoying the mud!!!!

Therefore we are looking for a home for Ladybelle that has children to play with (with or without another dog) where Ladybelle can be the wonderful playful, loving and active Great Pyr that she is. That is where she is happiest.



Marianne Glofcheski
(819) 985-1044
glofchm@yahoo.com

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