Great Pyrenees

Elegant, imposing, and majestic, the Great Pyrenees is a large dog of medium substance that is slightly longer than tall. The thick coat of the Great Pyrenees gives the impression of heavier bone and stature. This breed was developed to guard flocks on steep mountain slopes and so must combine strength with agility. The dog moves smoothly, with good reach and drive. The weather-resistant double coat consists of a dense, wooly undercoat and a long, flat, coarse outer coat, imparting great insulation from the Pyrenean cold. TheĀ  expression of a Great Pyrenees dog is elegant and contemplative.
Noah
Noah
Great Pyrenees
Chicago, Illinois
Sneezy
Sneezy
Great Pyrenees
Beaumont, Texas
Millie
Millie
Great Pyrenees
Hagaman, New York
Star of the Texas Sports Litter HTX
Star of the Texas Sports Litter HTX
Great Pyrenees
Sherman, Texas
Caroline
Caroline
Great Pyrenees
Bedford, New Hampshire
Caroline
Caroline
Great Pyrenees
Bedford, New Hampshire
Doug
Doug
Great Pyrenees
Madisonville, Texas
Maverick Gray DFW
Maverick Gray DFW
Great Pyrenees
Sherman, Texas
Maverick Gray DFW
Maverick Gray DFW
Great Pyrenees
Sherman, Texas
Maverick Gray DFW
Great Pyrenees
Sherman, Texas
Cooper Nystrom DFW
Cooper Nystrom DFW
Great Pyrenees
Sherman, Texas
Cooper Nystrom DFW
Great Pyrenees
Sherman, Texas
Cooper Nystrom DFW
Great Pyrenees
Sherman, Texas
Mia
Mia
Great Pyrenees
Battle Ground, Washington
SIMON
SIMON
Great Pyrenees
Bonita, California
Chip
Chip
Great Pyrenees
Osage Beach, Missouri
Marshall
Marshall
Great Pyrenees
Osage Beach, Missouri
Graycee
Graycee
Great Pyrenees
Newton, Iowa
Hermoine
Hermoine
Great Pyrenees
Tacoma, Washington
Rocky
Rocky
Great Pyrenees
Missouri
Rainier
Rainier
Great Pyrenees
Missouri