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Nov 06, 19 07:01 AM
DOB: April 2018 Great Pyrenees Cross He is house broken and has basic training. He is getting better on the leash and is currently walked using a gentle
Nov 03, 19 04:51 PM
DOB: October 3, 2016 Kane came in with Marley. He is three-years-old and a real sweetheart. He is a big boy which is why children are not a good fit
Oct 22, 19 07:07 PM
My Pyr is just 1 yr old. Has double dews on back feet. Sometimes, if he is running or playing, he will stop abruptly and limp for a few minutes, as if
Oct 01, 19 06:00 PM
Which side/country of the Pyrenees Mountains produces white vs badger Great Pyrenees?
Sep 29, 19 04:45 PM
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Sep 26, 19 07:43 AM
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Sep 20, 19 07:52 AM
We are please to announce Quincy's adoption is now final. He is a puppy who gets into mischief but with ongoing positive-reinforcement training, he'll
Sep 17, 19 07:57 AM
I was told getting a PYR at 5 months would be a mistake , he would be difficult to train and bond with. Is this so, is there a advantage to getting a PYR