My entire life I have had a love affaire with all animals. My husband and I fell in love with the great Pyrenees through our first dog George. He not only took care of our flock of chickens but he roamed our neighborhood to make sure everyone was safe and no coyote, mountain lions, bear or any other threats were near. The Great Pyrenees truly are a regal breed that love the jobs they are given by taking care of people or flocks.
Our dogs are raised in a healthy, loving environment. Thor the male sire, and Snow our dam have both had all their vaccinations, vet visits as well as DNA testing. They both have their NAPR registrations as purebred great Pyrenees. Part of caring for our dogs is a good nutritional base to make for strong bones and good joints during the growth period.
The Great Pyrenees is a calm, well-mannered, serious dog known for his great devotion to family, including well-behaved children. These dogs are generally trustworthy, affectionate and gentle, but if the need arises, they will not hesitate to try to protect their family and their territory.
The pups should be arriving the middle of February. That means they will be ready to go to their forever homes the middle of April. Remember first come first choice of sex and pick of the litter.
We are asking 1,000.00 per pup. You can place a non-refundable down payment of 350.00 to place your name on our waiting list. Once the puppies are born you will choose your puppy from the litter and place a deposit of 350.00 to hold that puppy for you. Once the puppies reach 8 weeks old around the middle of April, 2021, you will be able to come to pick up your new family member, and pay the final 300.00
All puppies will have their shots, deworming, veterinary well check-up visit, with new puppy package that includes flee and tick sample as well as heart worm medication. We take great care of our puppies, we supplement mothers milk and when mom starts to ween them, we will start them on kibble and canned food. They will be happy, healthy, full of energy and eager to meet their new family's.