Great Pyrenees

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Dame is Great Pyrenees and sire is Standard Poodle. Puppies are well socialized, very playful, and love to be cuddled. Will be dewormed every 2 weeks. Ready to rehome on 5/18/21. Half down to...
  • ruthfisher5005
  • · Hurt, Virginia - VA 24563
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We are a homestead that raises Great Pyrenees Livestock Guard Dogs. Our dogs help keep our goats safe so we can operate our homestead without fear of foxes ect. If you'd like to add a beautiful...
  • oasishomestead
  • · Senatobia, Mississippi - MS 38668
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3 pups 10 mo old (1M, 2F), and parents for sale. Near Marion KY. Going price. - No longer available (7/23/21)
  • DClark
  • · Marion, Kentucky - KY 42064
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8 week old Great Pyrenees/ Mastiff Puppies!! ready for their new homes!! 5 females are available! $150 each Each puppy has been dewormed and given their first round of shots!! please let me...
  • Tmassey1
  • · Santa Fe, Texas - TX 77510
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Born and Raised on our farm to working parents. Incredibly well socialized with children, cats and farm animals. Wonderful breed. Great family or farm dog. Incredibly sweet and loyal. Great...
  • jeffkara
  • · Sedalia, Colorado - CO 80135
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6 males and 3 females. Momma is a Great Pyrenees and is as sweet as pie, snuggles and needs to be loved. Great with kids and other animals. Dad is energetic and also good with kids and is...
  • Jami_laurencelle
  • · Ste Anne Manitoba, Other R5H1R2
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Harvey is an amazing 22 month old intact male Colorado Mountain Dog who is great with kids, goats and cattle. We love him but need to rehome due to little mate troubles. Please email any questions...
  • Ebenfam
  • · Castle Rock, Colorado - CO 80104
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The cutest and most loyal dogs you could ask for is in the breed of these two parents. the puppies are sweet and playful, they have only been surrounded by love and play. They grew up on a farm...
  • Liezel
  • · Harrogate, Tennessee - TN 37724
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We have two litters! Our female sisters had puppies with the same Dad (they are shown in photos as well). One litter was born December 19th, the other was born January 1st. They are eating puppy...
  • StacyDobson
  • · Decatur, Texas - TX 76234
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I have a Great Pyrenees puppy for sale. I am asking $1500 for this puppy. I am located in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Please contact me if interested.
  • Karen9771
  • · New Brunswick, New Jersey - NJ 08901
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Mountain dogs. New babies born 03/13/21 Dad is the white Great Pyrenes and mom is the German shepherd. Shepnees: or Germanees. ..Are a Designer Breed, Rare and hard to find. Getting very popular...
  • mleons
  • · Cross Plains, Indiana - IN 47017
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Great Pyrenees/Lab Mix - Pyrador Puppies, great family, therapy, and protector dog Gabby is a good Mama to her Pyradors (great pyrenees and labrador)! At ANewLifeRanch.com we take pride in...
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  • · Fair Bluff,
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Full Blood Great Pyrenees Pups •$800 for males •$950 for females •Parents on site and registered •With goats and poultry
  • Torrez21
  • · Gorman, Texas - TX 76454
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Khalese is 2 years old she is up to date on her shots very sweet good with kids cats and other dogs all around the perfect dog she is potty trained knows basic commands and loves going to the dog...
  • Kamren
  • · Orlando, Florida - FL 32808
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Litter of 8. Three females and five males. Will be large. Very active. Great temperaments. Raised on a farm.
  • Paula Wenzinger
  • · Port Orchard, Washington - WA 98366
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Trades and offers welcome! Ready to go to their new homes. 1 male and 1 female left. They have the rare King Shepherd bloodline in them.
  • TamaraRose
  • · Weston, Colorado - CO 81091
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2 puppies left. 1 male and 1 female. Livestock Guardian Dogs LGD RARE King Shepherd bloodlines!
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  • · Weston, Colorado - CO 81091
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Border collie great pyrenees puppies for sale $20 rehoming fee located in sheridan Arkansas will be ready New years eve.
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  • · Sheridan,
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Full Blooded Great Pyrenees puppies. They will be ready to go to their new forever home March 9 or after. They all have their double dew claws. Will make great family pets or large breed...
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  • · Madison, Indiana - IN 47250
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Female Great Pyrenees AKC registered. Registered as Holiday. We call her Holly. She has been in the field protecting our goats since she was 4 months old. She was born on December 21, 2017. It is...
  • Baaldrich
  • · Copperas Cove,
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Looking for Pyrenees Lab mix. Will cohabit with our goats, cat, and Lab/Shepard. Thanks, Bruce 919 357-7888
  • brurand
  • · Chapel Hill, North Carolina - NC 27516
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Great Pyrenees are very large and graceful dogs. They're well known for guarding livestock back in the Pyrenees Mountains of France. Today, these dogs are popular in the United States for their companionship, calmness, sweetness, and overall benefit to the family unit. But beyond those traits just mentioned, this breed is also quite protective, which is a plus for many.

Continue reading to learn more about Great Pyrenees, majestic and wonderful family dogs that originated in the mountains of southwestern France. Also otherwise known as Pyrs, Pyr or Pyrenean Mountain Dog.

Popularity: Somewhat popular.

Trainability: The Great Pyrenees isn't necessarily a stubborn dog, yet it doesn't aim to please either. As you go about your obedience training with this dog, you'll likely be surprised at how little attention it pays you. This is a dog that was bred to think for itself, not take commands. It isn't a trick dog or one that engages in activities. It's one that's independent and intelligent. It'll decide what it does and when it does it. So basically, you'll be met with some resistance to your training efforts and this is a battle you may not win. If you're looking for a well-adjusted and well-behaved friend and companion though, early socialization and obedience training is a must.

Size/Weight: Large sized dogs, weighing in at an average of 80-120 pounds.

Origin Location/Date: The Great Pyrenees is a breed that's descended from the most ancient of breeds. It's a guardian dog that has ancestors that date back to just about 10,000 years B.C. It originated in Asia and was used to protect sheep in the Pyrenees Mountains in the south of France. Through the years, this dog became popular on again and off again with various groups of people that included noblemen and royalty in Europe. Finally it was introduced and became popular in the United States in the 1900s. It was recognized as a breed with the American Kennel Club in the 1930s.

Energy Level: This dog was originally bred to be alone and to exercise freely by itself, so if you let it outside in an enclosed yard, it will take care of itself. It's a moderately energetic dog that enjoys walks and playing at the park, but just be sure to keep it on a leash or you'll be chasing it around trying to catch it. He has a tendency to wander.

Temperament: The Great Pyrenees is attentive, fearless, confident and gentle. It's a great family dog that's especially good with kids. This is one patient dog that you'll enjoy having around. This breed is also territorial and protective. Remember, this dog was bred for thousands of years to act a certain way and just because it's now a household pet, don't think those innate tendencies will just disappear. The Great Pyrenees is protective of his family and doesn't trust strangers very much. He's also suspicious of those he doesn't know. It's critical to socialize this dog early on in puppyhood because by its nature, this dog can be suspicious and fearful of what he doesn't know or understand. The goal is to get the dog used to as many thing as possible when its young and when it can absorb all the new information readily.

Necessary Space: This is a large dog that needs room to live. It's not a great dog for small apartments. Life in a larger house with a large enclosed back yard or a farm would be best. This breed likes to exercise outdoor and can do so alone.

Talents: The Great Pyrenees is a wonderful protector, as that's what it was initially bred to do. It will protect its home and the family it loves. It's also a wonderful family dog that's gentle and kind and great with kids.

Life Expectancy: 10-12 years.

Group: Working Group.

A few terms and phrases to describe the typical Great Pyrenees puppy and dog: attentive, fearless, confident, gentle, great family dog, great dog with children, patient, territorial, protective, doesn't trust easily, suspicious, fearful, good guard dog and great watch dog.

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