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Pet of the Week: Peggy, a playful Pyrenees puppy mix ready for love

Meet Peggy, a short-haired Great Pyrenees mix looking for a good home and a supportive male companion.

Here’s what the National Great Pyrenees Rescue has to say about this go-getter pup:

PYRfect Peggy is one of 4 Great Pyrenees mix (possibly with Lab) mix puppies who came into our rescue under our neediest cases due to malnourishment and skin issues. These sweet pups were placed in loving foster homes, given much needed nutrition, plenty of fresh air and exercise, and lots of love and guidance and are now ready to find their furever homes. Peggy loves routine and knows when it is outside time, nap time, dinner time, and play time. She is working on sit, stay, and is so quick at catching on that these will be second nature in no time. When she wants to go outside she will stand at the door and give it her ‘Pyr Paw’ 🙂 Peggy LOVES her people and her fur friends; she hasn’t met a stranger. She loves her clamshell bed, which she plans to bring anywhere with her even though she will quickly outgrow it! She has been around cats and chickens since she was young and shows no interest in them. This smart, loving girl will need a home with a secure fence at least 5 feet, and a male dog to bond and play with and continue her doggie training. This girl is pretty close to perfect; if you are looking for a smart, loving companion to grow old with, look no further!

Could your home be the perfect environment for Peggy to flourish? Interested adopters can apply at www.nationalpyr.org/adoptable-dogs.

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