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Great Pyrenees Breed Information

80-130 lbs
26-36 inches
White with/without badger, red, gray, reddish brown, or tan markings
Affectionate, Strong Willed, Fearless, Gentle, Patient, Confident.

Big, white, and fluffy, these immensely strong and large dogs resemble polar bears in appearance due to their enormous size and white coat. Originally said to be from Central Asia or Siberia, then migrating into Europe where he was used as a livestock guardian. The breed is also known as the Pyrenean Mountain dog. A massive dog of strong body, he stands 26 - 36 inches at the shoulders (withers) and can weigh 80 - 130 pounds.

Big, white, and fluffy, these immensely strong and large dogs resemble polar bears in appearance due to their enormous size and white coat. Originally said to be from Central Asia or Siberia, then migrating into Europe where he was used as a livestock guardian. The breed is also known as the Pyrenean Mountain dog. A massive dog of strong body, he stands 26 - 36 inches at the shoulders (withers) and can weigh 80 - 130 pounds.

The Pyrenees is a lumbering dog, protective and willful. Sweet and affectionate, the Pyrenees is known to be good with children when properly socialized. He does well in both a suburban and rural lifestyle. His eyes are soulful, and his loyalty is without question, the breed loves his family and wants nothing more than to be by their side. Not a couch potato by any means, this breed does well with consistent physical and mental exercise to promote a well-balanced dog of good character. The breed does best when his owner provides firm and consistent boundaries. He also needs early socialization, as well as early obedience training to prevent negative behaviors from developing at a time when he is so large that it is more difficult to work with him. For those that choose to love and provide for this breed’s needs, they will be rewarded with a dog that is loyal, sweet, playful, protective of house and family, and patient with children.

The coat of a Pyrenees is thick, fluffy, and soft. Grooming consists of frequent brushing to remove dead undercoat and to prevent matting. Shedding is heavy for this breed due to his thick, insulated coat. The jowls on the Pyrenees define the breed as a drooling dog. Potential owners should be aware of his extremely sloppy kisses and drool around the house when considering this breed choice. Coloring for this breed consists of white, with or without badger, red, gray, reddish brown, or tan markings. His average lifespan is 8 - 12 years of age.