Grace

Grace updates from her forever home 8/19/09: I just thought I would drop you a line to let you that Grace is the best dog in the world. She sleeps with me every night and wakes me up about 7 am if I am not up by then with a wet nose in my eye, she has got to be the sweetest dog I have ever had. She spends her days in the house with me and follows me where ever I go and keeps an eye on me at all times. She is eating well and lets me know if anyone or any thing is around with that deep bark of hers. All of my guest have fallen in love with her too. My grandchildren really do like her a lot and she is very good with them too.
I am looking forward to cool weather as I know she is going to really like it when it is a little cooler up here and she can play without getting too hot.
I hope the other dogs are finding good homes. I wish the best for all of them and would take them my self if I could. Thank you again for taking care of Grace until I found her. I love her very much.
Talk to you again soon and will try to get you a picture of her soon.  Paula
8/10/09: I thought I would let you know that Grace decided she wanted to sleep with me in my bed last night about 11 pm. She sure does take her space right out of the middle of the bed. She will be great this winter as she is very warm when she snuggles up to your back. She is getting spoiled a little bit.    Paula
8/08/09: Grace is doing great.. She did dig out under the gate in the back yard yesterday, but came right back to me when I saw her and I think I have the problem area fixed as she has not escaped today. We have our time every afternoon to sit on the back deck and she get brushed and then she spends the night in the house. She has decided the love seat in the living room makes a great bed, as that is where she sleeps every night. It has a sheet on it now and it is her place now. She still is not eating as much as would have thought, but I have started mixing a can of food with the dry every morning and she seems to like that a lot.
 
So far she is greeting my guest as they check in very well and everyone thinks she is beautiful. She seems very happy. The sad eyes only show up when she does not get what she wants. She is everyone thinks she is beautiful. She seems very happy. The sad eyes only show up when she does not get what she wants. She is a very good girl and I am so thankful to have her here with me. I will try to get some pictures of her and send them to you this next week. Talk to you soon, Paula
Grace is a social girl who loves greeting new people. She has resided at a retreat camp and greets all the visitors with a happy 'welcome'. She is great with children, cats and other dogs.  Because she is typical Pyrenees, she tends to expand her territory and this became a problem since she was wandering onto government forestry land. 

She has settled well into her new surroundings.  She has not yet ventured into the house, but enjoys laying on the deck or out under a shade tree.  She does come when she sees you and enjoys the attention.

Grace is a companion dog and not a field dog.  She is 2 years old and 90 pounds.  She is spayed & UTD on immunizations and preventatives. 
 


  Before the bath!
   


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