May 07, 2008

Great Pyrenees Puppies


"How cute is that face!" Here are some pictures of some of the pups in the litter of Great Pyrenees puppies we have on the farm right now. They are a little over a month old now and their individual personalities are really starting to shine through. These puppies are being raised as livestock guardian dogs, just like their mother and father is, both of which are working guardians on our farm that protect our goat herd from coyotes and other predators. I am very proud of our livestock guardian dogs. Since we have had them, in that time we have not lost a single goat to predators despite a plentiful population of coyotes and at least 1 resident bobcat in the area.

5 comments:

Dora Renee' Wilkerson said...

Oh, those are so cute. I have been wanting one for a while now but my hubby says NO dogs.. :(

Jennifer said...

Thank you! We love our Great Pyrs. Keep working on him, maybe he will change his mind someday! ;~)

Amy said...

I LOVE our Great Pyrs. too Jennifer, couldn't live without them since living in the country:-D! Ever since we got our first adult Pyr. we fell in love with those big white fluffy "polar bears", when she passed away last February we decided to get Ezekiel "Zeke" and Deja 2, they are wonderful dogs to protect our farm, we have had them since they were 11 weeks old and now they turned 1 years old in January and I love that they are great with children too.

Anonymous said...

Do you have any for sale? how much? where do you live?

Jennifer said...

We do not have any pups available at this time (fall 2009) but we may have some next year if there is enough people interested. We live in Kansas. You can learn more about our farm and Great Pyrenees dogs by going to our regular farm website at www.kansasboergoats.com Thank you!