Thanks From FRANK and Martha

by Martha
(Barrie)

I am overwhelmed at the responses to Frank's story. It confirms my belief that Great Pyr owners are as warm, wonderful and unique as their dogs. Thank you very much.

Frank is healed; she looks great and is not suffering any ill effects from her encounter. In fact, she seems to be a bit more "mature". And perhaps it is my imagination - but there seems to be a more grave warning in her bark when someone approaches our property. (Nah; she has probably always sounded like that; I just didn't take it all that seriously.)

Believe me, if you really take a look at your Pyr, under all that fluff and that sweet slobbery smile, you have one SERIOUS PROTECTOR!

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Sep 05, 2010
Thanks for sharing
by: Frank Farrell

Thank you Martha for sharing Frank's story with us. Over 1300 visitors read the story last month, and as you know a number have commented right in this section of the website.

This has helped fulfill our objective of informing anyone who is interested about the breed that we love... the Great Pyrenees Mountain Dog.

Of course you have published many other stories about Frank as well, all of which have provided real insight into life with a Great Pyr.

So thank you again for taking the time to share Frank with us. We are all beneficiaries.

Frank Farrell

Webmaster GPCSO

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