We are not a large kennel. Our dogs are meant to be good family guardians, the dog of all work, the teddy bear, the body pillow for the children, the door mat, best friend or herd guardian. With a Pyr, the one does not exclude the other.
If this is your first stop on the way to acquiring one of these magnificent dogs, we hope to be able to help you with your decision. Beautiful, magisterial, gentle, it is true, but it's not the dog for everyone. You must understand that the Pyrenean is a large dog. It must be brushed often, preferably every week. It needs space to run, or at the very least, you must take him for a good brisk walk every day, whether it snows or rains, or if you're tired. Of course, a nice large fenced yard helps; or rather, it's a sine qua non. Furthermore, there are veterinary costs for vaccines and flea treatments. The Pyrenean becomes a full-fledged family member and merits the necessary care. You will find in other links information which will help your thinking about acquiring a Great Pyrenées Mountain dog.
Great Pyrenées Mountain dogs have always been our joy. Many Pyrs have passed through our lives starting with our first beautiful ambulating snow bank, philosopher friend and door mat, D'Artagnan commonly called " Pitou ". Independent, playful, cuddly teddy bear, stubborn…. white beard, loyal, friend and guardian, it was a lifelong love story.
Our breeding dogs are chosen for temperament, health and aesthetical appearance, but truthfully, no true Pyr is ugly. Some have more character in their appearance than others. Our dogs are excellent companions and guardians. Our puppies have proven that.
You will note in our pedigrees Canadian, American, French, and European international champions.
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