Archive for Great Pyrenees

Iceberg – Retired

Iceberg has a wonderful coat and dark mask. He comes from a ranch in New Mexico, that bred their Pyrs for:

“(a) very large dog for protection from predators, 2 legged & 4 legged for our dairy goats and children.   We were also looking for the mask, body, and tail spot color.  But even more importantly we were looking for the true Great Pyrenees temperament; calm, loyal, dependable, raised and bonded to livestock, not aggressive to strangers that we allow on and around our property.”

Iceburg was originally purchased at 10 weeks by the Maus’ family, and stayed with them until he was about 7 years old. Iceburg is now co-owned by Hawes’ Heritage Ranch and Anderson’s Family Farm.

He has a sweet and tender demeanor that transforms into a great protector with danger coming near. He loves to run the hills after Coyotes, and is great with puppies.

We have loved having him for breeding and animal protection. And will miss him when he retires.

 

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Faye

Faye is an adorable girly! She has three spots at the base of her tail.

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Caressa

Caressa is cuddly and sweet!

Caressa and Bernabe.


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Adelynn

Adelynn is the biggest female. She has light brown badger markings.



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Bernabe

Bernabe (burn-uh-bee) is everyone’s favorite! He loves cuddles and taking naps. He has adorable brown and black badger markings that will probably fade as he grows.

Bernabe with his littlest sister, Darcia.


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Andre

Andre is pretty vocal. He lets us know how much he’s loving or not loving life. He is all white, and one of the the biggest in the litter.


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Darcia

Darcia is the littlest! She has badger markings that will fade.

Darcia and Bernabe.


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Emmaline

Emmaline is the second smallest in the litter.


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Belle

Sweet Belle is a cuddler!

Georgette

Beautiful girl… all white. First to open her eyes!