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Great Pyrenees Puppies

Great Pyrenees Puppies

God made puppies cute, cuddly, fluffy, and funny so I wouldn’t mind getting up every two hours to feed them. I am tired!

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We picked up our Great Pyrenees puppies yesterday. Precious and Peppy are five weeks old (a bit young to be taken from their mother). Peppy is the runt of the litter (about 1/4 the size of the others (too cute not to take). It will be interesting to see if he catches up to his sister. The pups will meet our miniature horses tomorrow.

Below is a photo of the puppies’ mom and dad working goats. Click here to see more photos.



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  1. A boy and a girl pup! I am anxious to see how you all do with yours. We are wondering if we took on too much with getting both (but they had no alternative homes…) We, too took the runt of the litter, and I have to say that his disposition is the best:)

    Good luck to you, and I’ll chat with you later about raising two Pyrs at once!

  2. Oh, Robin…they are both precious! We have a Pyr-lab mix pup(both parents purebred … wasn’t supposed to happen, but you know how that goes). Just read a chapter in a goat book about getting the pups bonded to their herd & of primary importance (according to book) is making sure the pup drinks copious amounts of goat milk every day. It will definitely help Peppy catch up in size. The book said to even drizzle the milk ON the pups — hmmmm.

    We purchased two Nubian doelings this summer (to try to save $$ since purchasing the milk gets costly) & ended up with a Pygmy as well just for fun. Then we heard of an Amishman selling off his herd; went over just to “take a look”; ended up with a doe and her three hilarious kids! With the makings of a herd here, we’re thankful for our friends who gave us our sweet “Tikvah” last spring (before goats!). We named her Tikvah because we thought it meant “gift.” Our Father knew better & when we found out the real meaning, we laughed at the sense of humor in our Jehovah Jireh. Incidentally, our friends — who don’t know a bit of Hebrew, named the pup they kept “Hope” w/o ever knowing the name of our pup! From no goats to now having a total of seven (five of them potential milkers) I’d say that “hope” is a good title for this chapter of our lives — Hope for the future of “plenty of goat’s milk for our household and for our maidens…” and for our grandchildren et. al.!

    Got kefir? :o)


  3. What beauties! We are considering a Great Pry and hoping to hear from anyone who has had one. We don’t have a herd for them to tend-just looking for a great family dog-to join our 10 year old daughter and 19 year old cat (not friendly.) how are GP’s with children and cats? What are the keys to keeping GP’s part of the family? thanks.

  4. 1/31/09 – Hello – We are just starting to look around for a Pyr pup as we lost our nine-year old wonderful Gunther. We stumbled into your site and saw your little guys. Wondering how that “runt” of the litter is doing. After reading through some of your site, I’m so glad he landed with you and your family. Take care.

  5. Alisha

    awwwwww there ded cute there cuties 🙂

  6. judy julius

    I represent Step By Step Assistance Dogs of Dun kirk,Indiana. We are new and are hoping some breeder will understand any puppy placed with us will get a good home. We are looking for a male that will remain in our home and be a part of our family. We train dogs to help disabled people and whatever is left after all expenses are paid then the remaining money id donated back into the community. The male puppy choosen to be a part of family will receive a lot of love and plenty of attention. Do you know of anyone who could help us since we are new and donate a puppy to us. Call after 5 p.m. at 765-716-4319 and we will promptly answer. Thank you
    Judy Julius

  7. judy julius

    The pups look so great and we hope that someone can help us. We have succeed in training a Great Pyrenee Adult female and she is doing very well.
    She was the runt in her mother’s last litter and she enjoys doing her job helping a disabled veteran with her hearing. They are a great team and she even showed she could help him if he had a heart attack.
    Judy Julius

  8. hi i am 12 and my family has been looking everywhere for a great pyrenees puppy for sale to protect our boer goats. and i was wondering if you guys know anyone that is selling them.? if you do find anyone can you please txt back to my email? thank you.

  9. we have 8 puppies and we have 2 girls and a boy

  10. Hi,
    Did your runt ever catch up to the other in size? I have a female pyrenees/husky mix that is about 1/4 the size of her other littermates……actually looks just like your runt but is black with blue eyes. Just wondering if I can expect her to catch up. I know they are all different but thought I’d ask. Thanks and God Bless!

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