Why does one of my pyrenees mom's have short hair when everyone else has long hair & her pups are long haired

by Carolyn Wilson
(Elberta ALABAMA )

Why does one of my purebred pyrenees mom's have short hair even though everyone else has long hair even her pups she is most certainly purebred ????

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Jul 28, 2016
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Length of coat
by: Donna

Does the mom have two dew claws on each hind leg of the mom?

Do all the pups have two dew claws on each hind leg?

Are the dogs all registered with a recognized kennel club? This is how you will know if they are purebred.

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DNA is the way to go
by: Ed A from NJ

Great Pyrenees have a very distint DNA. Because they are lupomoslouds whe all other big white guarding dogs are mosolouds with mastiff DNA. For a meer $69.00. You can find out beyond a shadow of a doubt if your dog is of pure great pyrenees descent. Scientific proof positive. It is the wave of the future. The report you get is great.

Jul 29, 2016
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Quick exsample
by: Ed A from NJ

My problem with counting on pedagree papers. You have a breeder that breeds only one breed (as they should) but one warm spring night the naibors andolian jumps the fence, quite possable as,andolians are able to do a 6 footer. The female pyrenees gets in a motherly way. Well the,breeder thinks,his,stud did the,job and sends in his,paper work as if his stud and bitch had the litter. Well the andolian is a,double dew dog as well. You now have a pedagreed dog that is not purebreed. I present this story as an accedent so as not to insult good and decent breeders. But we all know there some rotten apples every where. Because i am,parinoid about trusting anyone, that is why i posted how i picked my purebreed in a different post on these pages and also indorse DNA testing. By accedent or deseat you have to get more then,a piece of paper. Also if you rescue it would be nice to know the,true blood line of your dog.,

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