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The Great Pyrenees' size makes it an imposing guardian. A dog of this breed will patrol its perimeter and may wander away if left off its leash in an unenclosed space. The Great Pyrenees protects its flock by barking and, being nocturnal, tends to bark at night unless trained against such behavior.

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The Great Pyrenees dog breed‘s goal in life is to protect sheep, goats, livestock, people, children, grass, flowers, the moon, the lawn furniture, bird feeders, and any real or imaginary ...

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The Great Pyrenees is a serious worker, but very independent. Be patient when training the Great Pyrenees, as it may be slightly difficult. If left alone inside the home without the proper amount of exercise and or leadership it can become destructive. The Great Pyrenees is good with non-canine animals, and usually loves cats. These dogs do not ...

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Is my Great Pyrenees at an appropriate weight for his age? I have a male pyr who is a year and three months and 79 lbs. He hasn't grew much in the last 3-4 months. Everyone tells me he will keep growing for about another 7-9 months yet I still feel like he is small. Every pyr i have ever seen is over 120 besides a couple females.

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Great Pyrenees are adults at 1 year of age but can take up to 2 years to mature. Living With: The Great Pyrenees can be a wonderful companion if you live in a suburban or rural area and lead a fairly placid life. These dogs like having quiet time in the house and enjoy a predictable, orderly routine.

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The Great Pyrenees Club of America, which is the American Kennel Club parent organization for the breed in the United States, participates in the Canine Health Information Center Program. For a Great Pyrenees to achieve CHIC certification, he must have OFA certification for hips and patellas. Additional certifications that are recommended but ...

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The First Eighteen Weeks Angie Meroshnekoff Pompier Working Great Pyrenees. Many novice breeders incorrectly assume that good puppy raising begins with the birth of the pups. Not so. The first 9 weeks of a puppy’s life begins inside the dam and attention needs to be paid to her care and nutrition.

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Answer (1 of 2): Puppy weight is greatly determined by how well fed they are. A full grown dog will weigh in at about 110 pounds or more, but a 3 month puppy should weigh about 15 pounds or so. From the 3 month mark till your dog reaches 6 months feed about 3 times a day in moderate sized portions, about 1/2 cup to 1 cup of dry feed, mixed in with some moist feed.

www.uptownsheep.com/pyrenees-faq.html

Great Pyrenees FAQ's. How much will a Pyrenees weight? A male will weight anywhere from 90- 120lbs and with our females around 80+ pounds. I have had several people turn my pups away because they believe they are not big enough. When you push dogs to hard for size you are forcing to many unnatural circumstances which leads to health problems ...

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The Great Pyrenees is a magnificent dog who makes a loyal, affectionate family member. It takes quite a while for one of these guys to reach his ultimate size. During his growth period, you'll be busy, making sure he's well-trained and getting the proper nutrition he needs to be a healthy, well-behaved family member.