Great Pyrenees typically give birth to litters of between six and 12 puppies. For a breed like the Great Pyrenees that can grow larger than 100 pounds, this range is typical.
The temperament of a mixed-breed dog can encompass a wide spectrum of traits specific to whichever breeds were used in the cross. Prospective buyers or adopters should research these traits to gain an understanding of how the mixed-breed dog may behave. The Great Pyrene...
The Great Pyrenees Club of America says that it's important to show a Great Pyrenees who is the master, or the dog may decide to be his own master. Never give a command unless it can be enforced.
One way to approach naming a Great Pyrenees is to think about their essential characteristics; for example: French heritage, large size and white coloration. You could use the names Anastasia, Camille, Claudine, Andre, Damien, Argent or Pierre to reflect your dog's Fren...
The Great Pyrenees has a temperament suitable for protecting humans and other animals. They stand guard regardless of landscape and weather conditions because their coats are thick and resistant to weather.
To clean a down comforter, let it air out in bright sunlight on a windy day, three to four times per year. Every seven to 10 years, take your comforter to the dry cleaner for a thorough cleaning. Real down feathers, like those farmed from Pyrenees geese, lose their loft...
A Pyrenees and Labrador mix, known as a Pyrador or Lapyrenees, is a large dog with a coat that can be solid white, yellow, black or brown. The fierce, protective nature of the Great Pyrenees and the intelligence and friendliness of the Labrador are both found in the Pyr...