Hi! My name is Libra and I am part of the 7/10/2020 Constellations transport! I am guessed to be a Great Pyrenees and estimated to be about 1 years old. I’m a sweet girl and my foster family estimate I weigh about 65lbs.
I just arrived in town but I have already been busy learning my new surroundings and getting lots of love and attention from my foster family!
My big foster brother has been showing me the ropes and he’s my first new friend! My foster brother introduced me to my other foster family which a very small, fuzzy friend that foster mom says is a cat. Now I have two best friends!!
I Love all the yummy food I have been eating, foster mom says I have to put on a few more pounds.
My foster mom says I am smart and already know how to sit and am a quick learner. I am curious to see and smell all the new exciting things around me!
Things to know about me:
*Typical Pry: As a guardian flock dog I have a calm energy and personality. Nurturing nature. Devotion to Family. Trustworthy, Affectionate, and Gentle. All the traits my ancestors needed to babysit sheep.
*I have been very loving and gentle to my foster parents and their dog and cat
*Would do well with or without a furry brother or sister
*Know Basic Commands: Sit, Come, and working on Shake/Paw
*Calm energy level/well mannered
*Like to play with my foster fur brother
*I have had very positive interactions with children that I have met so far.
*I have had very positive interactions with the dogs I have met so far. I always say Hi and give a good welcome tail wag
*Likes to nibble on deer antlers and Nylabones
*Loves belly rubs
*Walks great on leash
*No accidents in fosters home so far
*Doing well in crate in short time increments
*Would do well in suburban or urban setting. Currently fostered in a single family home.
*Has not currently shown any fear to rain storms, lightening, or thunder.
This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.