Great Pyrenees are some of the nicest dogs you will ever meet. However, they do have some quirks like all dogs, and even humans for that matter. In this articles I will outlines some common behaviors that might frustrate or annoy you from your Great Pyrenees. The most common Great Pyrenees behavior issue is a refusal to come when called.
In other words, Great Pyrenees are typically willful dogs. You must show them, through absolute consistency, that you mean what you say. Read more about Great Pyrenees Training. Potential animal aggression. Most Great Pyrenees will treat the pets in their own family as members of their flock.
We have a 5 year old great Pyrenees who has suddenly become aggressive. Only a few instances so far. First with my 14 yo daughter, then my wife. I thought they might be over reacting, until last night. He pulled the trash out, at which point I scolded him. I reached for his collar to put him out and he nearly took my hand off.
aggression in Great Pyrenees by: Anonymous We have always had Great Pyrenees here on the farm as they are good for predator control and we have bear, wolves, etc. They have always been loveable big teddy bears until this last dog. We got him one year ago as a puppy. Around nine months old he started showing aggression when he was brushed.
Great Pyrenees temperament is a subject of much discussion. The Great Pyrenees Breed Standard states: ... patient care of a family off the farm and the problem will be solved. WRONG again! ... Most human aggressive Great Pyrs cannot be rehabilitated. It is not the dog's fault but that of an unethical breeder.
male great pyrenees aggression My male is going to be 3 in April. I also have a 6 1/2 year old girl. ... Nick was a social guy...never a problem, but I think that might have been due to his early neuter, he did change his personality also at around 2....he was more protective, but in a quiet non-aggressive mode...usually placing himself between ...
The Great Pyrenees is a large, powerful livestock guardian. This breed should be protective and confident. Aggression toward other dogs is inconsistent with his natural personality. However, certain environmental factors can draw out unwanted aggression in this otherwise gentle giant.
My mom has a 2 year old Great Pyrenees, will be 3 this summer. He has recently started having some behavior problems. This is the age when dogs start feeling Middle of the Pack (adolescents) and try to establish their place in the hierarchy.
If your Great Pyrenees is prone to barking, rest assured you are not alone. Barking in this breed is very common—so common that it's rare to see one that doesn't exhibit this behavior. It's not like these dogs like to hear their voices; it's simply that they were selectively bred to use their bark for a particular reason.
Re: Aggressive Great Pyrenees HELP! Post by JudyN » Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:10 am Could you please give a complete run-down of all your dogs' daily routine - feeding (what and when), walks (how many, how long, on or off lead), training, play, and anything else?