Our current litter was born July 9, 2019 to Bella and Beau. There are three females and two males in the litter. Puppies are available to take home September 3, 2019 or after. We’ve given them song titles for nicknames to match the colors on their welping bands.
Please note: Though we are attempting to highlight some of the differences in the puppies below, they are all very similar in size and temperament, as is expected from a pure breed Great Pyrenees. Any pure bred, well raised Pyrenees should be able to perform as expected of the breed!
Female “Pink Cadillac” (Badger) RESERVED
“Pink Cadillac” is calm and observant but loves to initiate play with her littermates and the children. She has badger markings and tan spots on her back and at the base of her tail. She was born the largest puppy in the litter and was 14.6 pounds at 7 weeks and 20 pounds at 9 weeks.
“Pink Cadillac” at 7.5 weeks old
Female “Purple Rain” (Badger) RESERVED
Her favorite thing to do is to find a spot near the action and watch everything. She seems to already have the instinct for strategically positioning herself as Pyrs do when guarding their livestock. As the weeks have gone by, she has become more playful with her littermates and is often found wrestling with Pink Cadillac and Mint. She has badger markings and a tan area at the base of her tail. She weighed 14.6 pounds at 7 weeks and 20 pounds at 9 weeks.
Female “Lady in Red” (White) RESERVED
She is the smallest puppy, last to be born. She was very active when the puppies first started exploring but as the weeks have gone on, she has shown herself to be the most reserved of all other puppies, mostly preferring to rest near her mom. She adores playing with the children and will join in when the other puppies initiate play with her. She is generally the first to take on a submissive position when playing with the other puppies. She weighed 13.4 pounds at 7 weeks and 19 pounds at 9 weeks.
Male “Mint” (Badger)
By 7 weeks old, Mint was the largest puppy in the litter at 15.6 pounds. He blends in with the pack and is an easy going boy. He seems to have a strong guardian instinct beginning to emerge. He has badger markings and a tan spot at the base of his tail. He weighed just under 23 pounds at 9 weeks.
Male “Little Boy Blue” (Badger) RESERVED
He was the first puppy to explore beyond the nest and has already spent time watching over some of the chickens in our pastured pens. He is very friendly with people and is often the first to greet us when we come outside. He is the most independent in the litter, but he does enjoy interacting with the other puppies when they get a play session going. He has the darkest badger markings of the litter and dark ring at the base of his tail. He weighed 14.4 pounds at 7 weeks and 20 pounds at 9 weeks.