Great Pyrenees Dog For Adoption in FLINTVILLE, TN, USA
Liter of puppies need a new home. Both male and female available. Mother and father on premises. Adoption fee of $150.00 required. Born March 27, 2018. All shots up to date; health records provided. More pics available upon request.
||Patou, Chien des Pyrénées, Chien de Montagne des, Pyrénées, Montañés del Pirineo, Gos de muntanya dels, Pirineus
More About Great Pyrenees Breed
||The Great Pyrenees needs a lot of space for exercise, though he can be calm and well-behaved indoors. He forms a loyal and loving attachment to his family, though often chooses to be close to one special family member.
||male: 100, female: 85
||male: 27-32, female: 25-29
||White or white with markings of gray, badger, reddish brown, or tan.
||The weather resistant double coat consists of a long, flat, thick, outer coat of coarse hair, straight or slightly undulating, and lying over a dense, fine, woolly undercoat.
||Great Pyrenees dogs are gentle and very friendly with other dogs and with kids. They are happy to protect their family when needed.
||This breed will be a good dog for anyone. They get along well with other dogs, other animals, children, or visitor.
||The Great Pyrenees requires regular grooming with a brush and comb to prevent the occasional tangles.
||This breed is sensitive to the tone of your voice, so training should be consistent and calm.
||The Great Pyrenees loves to swim, but should have long walks only as an adult.
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||This breed is prone to hip dysplasia and skin problems.
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