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In shelter Dog

University Place, WA, 98467
Pet name:
Great Pyrenees
Meet 7 year old Rooney! Rooney has been in his owner’s home for about 6 years and has been a wonderful companion. He now has a 1 year old human sister and while generally fine with the little one, he sometimes can be a bit mouthy and for that reason his owner feels it would ease anxiety to find Rooney another home. He has not bitten the baby or anyone else. 

Rooney is trusting.  He’ll allow his nails to be trimmed and will submit to gentle grooming.  He knows basic commands like sit and down.  He knows stay, but is less consistent in complying with that command.  He’s been crate trained, so he is happy to chill out in a large crate.  He has not been destructive from a chewing or digging standpoint.  He has had no accidents in the home, so I consider him 100% housebroken.
The ideal companion for Rooney is an active and confident person who knows how to handle big dogs.  Rooney is compliant and submissive, but he benefits from a strong and confident manner.  Would do best in a home with older kids or adult only due to his size.


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