There are Great Pyrenees puppies for sale. Those words can change your life!
Are you looking for Great Pyrenees Puppies? You have come to the right place! This section of our site introduces you to Great Pyrenees Breeders who are members of our club. But we don’t stop there. We have also included information to help you select a breeder as well as your puppy no matter where you live.
Our Club is comprised of everyday pet owners, livestock guardian owners and Great Pyrenees Breeders. All of our members have a love of Great Pyrs and genuinely want to see the best for this breed. And of course the club is committed to supporting those goals.
We believe that careful breeding combined with placing Great Pyrenees puppies in the homes of well-informed buyers is key to producing positive outcomes and reducing the sad realities faced by our Rescue team.
The decision to bring a Great Pyr into your life means making a major commitment and a potential change to your lifestyle. We believe that you cannot be too well informed before you make this enormous commitment. That is why we are willing to do everything we can to assist in getting the right dog for you. And what can we do to help? Let’s review.
1. This whole website is aimed at providing you the best quality, most honest information available about the Great Pyrenees Mountain Dog. This is not an easy breed to manage and you need to know that. But with your proper commitment the rewards are unbelievable! So take time and explore our site.
2. Need help selecting a breeder? We can provide you advice on selecting a breeder. Here's a Guide.
3. Do you live in Southern Ontario, Canada? We can introduce you to breeders that we know and trust because they are active members of our club.
4. We can expose you to other realities that are not so happy. Take a look at our Rescue Section. It not only provides a lifeline to dogs in need but also represents what can happen. And you need to know this as well.
5. And finally… here are two things that every potential Great Pyr Puppy buyer should AVOID AT ALL COST!
For you, a potential purchaser, this is a resource to assist you in making your choice. Of course we are happy to introduce you to Club member breeders, information about their current litters, or tell you when puppies may be available. You can find all of this information at the links below.
However, the ultimate decision of where to buy is your decision and yours alone. Do your homework and obtain as much information as possible to ensure that you are making the right choice. Please use this resource to help you make an informed decision. It is here for you, and for the puppy you may bring into your life.
We are pleased to present the following breeders who are also members of our club. When you click on each breeder's link, you will be taken to the current Ad for each breeder identifying if they have Great Pyrenees Puppies for sale, contact information and links to their web sites where they are available.
Oct 15, 18 04:47 AM
*UPDATE FROM THEIR FOSTERS* We have had Daisy and Angel for about a month now. They are the two most loving, well-behaved dogs We have ever fostered.
Oct 12, 18 08:19 AM
*ADOPTION PENDING* DOB: November 22, 2017 Best guess: Pry/Border Collie mix Children: Yes, with children over 8 who know how to behave with pets. Other
Oct 10, 18 06:44 PM
Teddy was around 2 when I rescued him; history totally unkown. When he is anxious, especially thunderstorms, he will urinate on a wall, table, corner,
Oct 10, 18 05:28 AM
DOB: March 24, 2015 Other Animals: Cats, chickens, other dogs so far Health Issues: Allergies but does well on Kangaroo or raw is an option, some grasses
Oct 06, 18 05:26 AM
DOB: November 22, 2017 Best guess: Pry/Border Collie mix Children: Yes, with children over 8 who are know how to behave with pets. Other dogs: Yes,
Oct 05, 18 09:39 AM
It's official. Sweet Charlotte was adopted by her fosters. She has come a long way. She runs around the yard in happiness with her tail wagging. She loves
Oct 05, 18 09:33 AM
We are thinking about adopting 2 boys from the same liter. Is this a good idea or is it best to just have one as a family pet? I am thinking it would be
Oct 01, 18 05:39 AM
We are considering rescuing a 1-2 yr old pyr. They have been in foster care rather than a shelter so we know if they are good with dogs, kids etc. Since