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Tag Archives: Great Pyrenees
No pictures can do justice to Einstein. He is an assistance dog in training at PAWS Training Center in West Chester, PA, for PTSD, and I just know that he is going to be excellent at his job. My stress levels … Continue reading
Well, there’s a mix you don’t see every day. Which is too bad, because Jax is awesome. (Also: Alert! This is the emergency dog-cast system! There is a missing white female boxer, last seen in the area of Golden Gate Park/Sunset … Continue reading
I guess this pup was one of the participants in Project Dog. A real celebrity in our midst!
Okay, that may be a bit of an exaggeration. But… wow! A 65 pound fully adult Great Pyrenees. How does that even happen? Even for females, the smallest the breed standard calls for is 25 inches at the shoulder, and … Continue reading
Ran across these three (two dogs and one man) in South Park, last September. I might’ve caught them on a bad day… they all seemed a trifle testy, although I did a couple of smiles out of Fletch eventually. Still, … Continue reading
This is the same Great Pyrenees that I posted a long time ago. So awesome. I talked to dad about Boo, and I think dad was having a little buyer’s remorse right at that moment (though he clearly adored Boo). … Continue reading
According to genetic typing, Melvin is 75% Bernese mountain dog and 25% Great Pyrenees… (edit: nope, see below) bearing in mind that those tests often have a very tenuous connection to reality. According to me, Melvin is 35% goofball 110% … Continue reading