Suburban Pyr

by Jan
(Detroit)

Puppy at Work

Puppy at Work

Sorry, no exciting story. My Pyr guards my property and all the family & welcome friends. When we walk on-leash, she stops at each house where someone is getting out of their car. She sits on their lawn until they are safely in their home, even if they make 5 trips with groceries. She doesn't need to make contact, just protects everyone in the neighborhood. She IS special.

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Aug 25, 2016
Same old
by: Ed A from NJ

You hit it on the,head, once your pyrenees che ks out his,area everyone living in it is his,charges. It is,to the point where my naibors let me know of upcoming event so big maximoose and Nava will not bave to sit there all day and,watch the coming and goings of strangers. On our block they love it. They love knowing strangers on our little dead end will be escorted through under the watchful eye of maximoose. The curfew for the kids,in the naibor hood is when ever maximoose and nava go in off the screen porch. Lucky for them i like to watch TV out there til about 10 while the boys and gifls play in the field across the street. In return the never complain when maximoose goes into bark mode and every house on the block has milk bones evdn if they dont have a dog. Maxi sometimes feel compeled to walk a kid,home if there is an unfamilar face on the block. It is just the way these great dogs are. I think thd reason maxmoose is not a wonderer is because he loves his job and all his people flock specially his kids (there are 9 on the block?

Aug 25, 2016
awwww
by: Sherry Blonde

What an amazing girl! <3

Aug 27, 2016
so true
by: Martha

When we "pack walk" (especially our pre-dawn moonlight walks when all the critters are out) with our cat Pumpkinz, Frankie waits for Pumpkin and will stubbornly not continue walking until the cat is caught up with us. Same thing for crossing the street, and coming home. Frank won't even walk up the drive unless the cat is in the lead and heading towards the door. So stubborn! Love it.

Mar 11, 2017
Response
by: Jan

I love hearing these stories.
I just now received notice about them March 2017.

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