Daisy

Great Pyr Rescue - Daisy

Great Pyr Rescue - Daisy

Great Pyr Rescue - Daisy
Great Pyr Rescue - Daisy

Daisy has found her forever home. This was her story...

Daisy is six-months old. She came to us after she bit one of her people. This was because she got loose, and in order to catch her, someone jumped on her and scared her. There was no bruising or blood. We feel she is young enough that, with the right family, she will do very well with positive socialization and training.

We have very good information on our website which we encourage you to take the time to read. Please do your research on this breed to ensure this is the dog for you.

As a Pyr he does bark. This is one of the tools that allows them to do their job to warn off predators. They dig holes in your garden to stay cool in the summer, and shed at least twice a year and will leave white dust bunnies throughout the year. They will wander since this is instinctive to them as they are used to wander with the livestock for which they care. They must be contained within a fenced-in area of a minimum of six-foot secure fencing in which they can run, play and look after their property. Tie-outs are not suitable since this does not allow them to properly patrol their territory. They have been known to go through electric fencing.

Pyrs needs patience and consistency in their training and someone who will work with their instincts. They are independent thinkers and, therefore, only listen if it's worth their while. Treat them as partners in a dance where you lead the way.

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