"This is Apollo. I'm not sure how much he weighs. Probably around 120 lbs. He's 9 months old and lives on 180 acres. No livestock to guard so he stays around the house and protects the family. He's such an attention hog. Amazing with my kids as well as the cats."
Apollo the Great Pyrenees at 9 months old weighing about 120 pounds
Elvis the Great Pyrenees—"He's big and dopey and takes his time going everywhere. He has a sweet disposition and just kinda follows you around all day."
Ch Tarascon Belleruche, owned and bred by Tarascon Pyrenean Mountain Dogs
This is Lion and 3-year-old Chase. Lion was rescued along with a sibling by Dawn Littlefield of Littlefield Kennels. His sibling has been adopted out to a loving home, but Dawn decided to keep Lion. She says she realizes that she cannot keep every dog she rescues even though she would like to, but there was something about Lion that made here know she had to keep him for herself.
This is Kobe, a Great Pyrenees puppy at two months. wned by Jason Dunn & Brandy Becker of Topeka, Kansas
Photo courtesy of Ariege-Roussillon Pyreneans, Ariege-Roussillon Pyrenean Mountain Dogs
Photo courtesy of Ariege-Roussillon Pyreneans, Ariege--Roussillon Pyrenean Mountain Dogs
Max the Great Py at 2 years old sitting by the door
Max the Great Pyrenees in front of the Christmas tree. Merry Christmas, Max!
This is 16-month-old Sampson. He weighs about 100 lbs. (45kg).
Lion, rescued by Dawn Littlefield of Littlefield Kennels
Lion with his friend, a Miniature Pincher—Lion was rescued by Dawn Littlefield of Littlefield Kennels.