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Pet of the Week: Amazing Armani PDF Print Email

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By Allison Roesser

Sep. 4, 2019:  Who's looking for a mini pony? My name is Armani and I am a one-year-old, 101-pound Great Pyrenees. Yep, you heard that right ... I am already over 100 pounds and I haven't even started filling out yet. That means I will probably be in the 125- to 130-pound range as a full-grown adult. 

I know my size isn't for everyone, but I promise I am a gentle giant and my foster mom says pretty darn close to perfect. I am housebroken, crate trained, and very well mannered.  

I came from Oklahoma where I lived in a foster home for three months with ten dogs (of all sizes) and a baby. There were also two cats in the house. 

I am actually quite playful for a Pyrenees of my size and will happily entertain myself and play with my toys for hours on end.

I just arrived in Connecticut a few weeks ago and am now in a new foster home with a fourteen-year-old girl who has been working with me on my basic training. I already know how to sit, come when I am called, and go to my crate when I am told to do so.  

You will never see that stubborn streak in me that most Pyrs have; I am accommodating and a people pleaser and my foster mom says I am the happiest and sweetest dog she has ever met.  

My ideal forever home must include a physical fence where I can sit outside and survey my surroundings and a doggie sibling whom I can run and play with off leash. Someone who has experience with my breed may be good, too, but is definitely not a requirement. I also wouldn't mind some kids who could play ball with me, but maybe not toddlers just because of my size (I sometimes don't realize I am stepping on toes). And, of course, I would like lots of love and attention from everyone in my new family.  

I am healthy, neutered, up to date on all my vaccinations, and currently in a foster home in Connecticut. My bags are packed and I am ready for my forever home, so, if you are interested in meeting or adopting me, please email  CLOAKING  or fill out an application at www.asecondchanceforziva.org.

 

 

 

 


 

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New Rochelle Humane Society

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