My name is Jasmine.
I do what I want!
Great Pyrenees dogs are bred to be independent. Their "job" is usually to stay out in the field with sheep or goats for long periods of time. They are not suited for obedience training. At all.
Lately she has to be on a leash, or else she won't stay with us when we go for walks.
She doesn't mind the leash - in fact she gets excited when she sees it, because she knows that it means walkies.
But the very instant that we turn and head back for home, she starts acting like a crazy dog.
The leash is not a toy!
I've read that Pyrs can stay in a puppy-like behavioral stage longer than most other dogs. Two years or more.
She'll be two in March. Something tells me that she's not going to settle down any time soon.
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