Say Hello to Vernon! This handsome cutie is a 5 month old Great Pyrenees pup! He didnt have the best start to life or the proper nutrition but already weighs 50 lbs! With some tlc and good food in his belly, he is going to grow up to be a BIG BOY!
He will need a home that will be patient with him as he takes time to warm up to new people. And will definitely need a home that is 100% ready for BIG fluffy puppy mischief! He would likely do better in a home with another dog, but a dog who is patient and tolerant of younger dogs. He will need another dog who can help him build up his confidence. A quieter home, in a quieter neighborhood with people home more often than not would be the ideal furever home for Vernon!
The first week he came to TNT, he was very shy and unsure of everything.... but now, he is finally starting to come out of his shell and show his silly and sweet personality! Hes such a floppy goof! He shakes his whole body and you can hear his big lips jiggle! His big paws and big head are way too big for his lanky body right now, but he is starting to gain some healthy weight. Now that he has gotten more comfortable with his foster Pawrents, he will go and curl up next to them and ask them for some head pets, and rubs. His head is so fluffy and soft who couldnt??!? If you think you may be the right home for this special boy, please apply today!
Vernons adoption fee is $580
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