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. More »

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, D... More »

A mix between two pure bred dogs is called a designer dog. In the case of a Great Pyrenees Bernese Mountain dog mix, it is never 100 percent certain what a dog's temperament will be in any given circumstance. More »

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. More »

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 frie... More »

Labrador retrievers generally give birth to litters of five to ten puppies, according to the American Kennel Club. Labrador retrievers live an average of 12 to 14 years, and they weigh anywhere from 55 to 80 pounds when ... More »

Most pit bulls have litters of seven to 10 pups. A female pit bull may have a litter ranging from two to 12 pups, depending on her health and size. Additionally, the size of the litter usually depends on whether it is he... More »