Pyrenees Pit

60-85 lbs
21-25"
Unknown
Great Pyrenees
American Pit Bull Terrier
Pitenees

The Pyrenees Pit is a large designer dog, a deliberate crossbreed between two loyal and powerful canines, with strong natural guarding instincts, the American Pit Bull Terrier and the Great Pyrenees. While the resulting hybrid is an extremely loyal and protective animal, it is also likely to be rather independent and strong-willed, and training can be difficult. While this is an athletic dog, just an hour a day of moderate to vigorous exercise is usually sufficient to keep this animal fit and happy, and even those that grow the thick, double-layered coat characteristic of the Great Pyrenees should only require grooming a few times a week.

Purpose
Guard Dog, Companion
Date of Origin
Unknown
Ancestry
Great Pyrenees and American Pit Bull Terrier

Pyrenees Pit Health

Average Size
Male Pyrenees Pit size stats
Height: 23-27 inches Weight: 70-95 lbs
Female Pyrenees Pit size stats
Height: 21-25 inches Weight: 60-85 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Canine Hip Dysplasia
  • Cerebellar Ataxia
Minor Concerns
  • Entropion
  • Ectropion
  • Elbow Dysplasia
  • Demodectic Mange
  • Osteosarcoma
  • Cataracts
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Heart Disease
  • Gastric Dilation Volvulus (GDV) or Bloat
Occasional Diagnoses
  • Deafness
  • Panosteitis
  • Wobbler Syndrome
  • Osteochondrodysplasia
  • Bleeding Disorders
Occasional Tests
  • Eye Examinations
  • BAER Testing
  • Blood And Urine Analysis
  • Chest X-rays
  • X-rays of various parts of the skeletal system
  • Bone Biopsy

Pyrenees Pit Breed History

The Pyrenees Pit, also known as the Pitenees, is a newer designer dog, an intentional hybrid of the American Pit Bull Terrier, a loyal and powerfully built dog with a strong protective instinct, and the Great Pyrenees, an attentive guardian with the ability to think independently. The Great Pyrenees dog is an extremely old breed of dog, with a mysterious past. While nobody really knows for certain where these large white dogs originally came from, we do know that they have been working alongside the shepherds of the Pyrenees mountains for thousands of years to keep sheep safe from the bears, wolves, and lynx that used to be common in the area. As the larger predators became less common in the area, the dogs became more frequently utilized as guardians of property or jailer's dogs and were so valued that they were dubbed the Royal Dog of France by Dauphin Louis XIV in the 1600s. While the modern Great Pyrenees may live happily as a family pet, just as many are employed as guardians of people or property, and as the larger predators are returning to the Pyrenees mountains, these loyal guardians are seeing a resurgence of popularity in their home territory as well. The American Pit Bull Terrier is, ironically, a breed that is not recognized as a breed by the American Kennel Club, although it is recognized by the United Kennel Club in England. The American Staffordshire Terrier, as recognized by the AKC, is such a close match to the American Pit Bull Terrier that some individuals are able to be recognized as American Pit Bull Terriers in England and also as American Staffordshires in the United States, although the breed standard for the Pit Bull allows for a greater range in both size and color than the Staffordshire. This particular crossbreed is still either new or rare enough that it is not listed with the majority of hybrid or designer dog clubs in the United States, and is only registerable with the Dog Registry of America. 

Pyrenees Pit Breed Appearance

This crossbreed is typically a large animal that is very slightly longer than it is tall, although Pyrenees Pit dogs are usually quite a bit smaller than their parent breed of Great Pyrenees. They are well-muscled and broad-boned with wide, sturdy heads, and broad, deep muzzles. Those that lean towards the Pit Bull will generally have a stockier build, shorter muzzles, and broader heads than those that more closely resemble the Pyrenees. Their eyes will usually come in shades of dark brown and can be either round or almond-shaped, and they have short somewhat triangular ears that can be carried either low and close to the skull like the Great Pyrenees or carried high in a rose or half-prick configuration like the American Pit Bull. The coat of the Pyrenees Pit can vary quite a bit between individual dogs as the coats of the parent breeds are very different from one another. Some dogs may favor the American Pit Bull heritage, with a short, single-layer coat, while others may inherit the winter ready double-layer coat of the Great Pyrenees, consisting of a soft, thick undercoat covered with a layer of long thick hair that is coarser in texture.    

Eye Color Possibilities
brown Pyrenees Pit eyes
Brown
Nose Color Possibilities
blue Pyrenees Pit nose
Blue
black Pyrenees Pit nose
Black
brown Pyrenees Pit nose
Brown
isabella Pyrenees Pit nose
Isabella
Coat Color Possibilities
white Pyrenees Pit coat
White
black Pyrenees Pit coat
Black
gray Pyrenees Pit coat
Gray
brown Pyrenees Pit coat
Brown
red Pyrenees Pit coat
Red
cream Pyrenees Pit coat
Cream
isabella Pyrenees Pit coat
Isabella
fawn Pyrenees Pit coat
Fawn
silver Pyrenees Pit coat
Silver
pied Pyrenees Pit coat
Pied
sable Pyrenees Pit coat
Sable
brindle Pyrenees Pit coat
Brindle
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
Pyrenees Pit straight coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

Pyrenees Pit Breed Maintenance

The Pyrenees Pit only needs occasional baths, as the coats of both the Pit Bull and the Pyrenees tend to shed dirt naturally. The brushing requirements for this dog will vary somewhat depending on which coat they inherit. Those that inherit the double coat of the Great Pyrenees, no matter what length it ends up being, should not be brushed daily as this often leads to the ends of the hair breaking off, but they do require combing and brushing every two or three days to avoid the formation of tangles or mats and to remove dead hair from the coat. Those that inherit the short, single layer coat of the Pit Bull will often be able to keep the coat healthy and shiny with weekly grooming sessions employing either a slicker brush or a grooming glove.  

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Brushing Frequency
Pyrenees Pit requires weekly brushing
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Pyrenees Pit Temperament

While this hybrid is typically affectionate and supremely loyal to their family or charges, they may be more aloof or suspicious towards others and they may require more socialization than average in order to be comfortable in diverse situations. While these dogs are typically good with children in their own family, they may inherit a tendency to be overzealous in protecting them from perceived threats. All interactions between these powerful animals and children or other animals should be closely supervised, especially if the animal or child is not well known to the canine. Both of the parent breeds of the Pyrenees Pit were bred to be strong-willed, with the ability to think independently when needed. While these are useful traits when guarding sheep from large predators as Pyrenees are built to do, or for driving bulls to market like the ancestors of the Pit Bull, they can make obedience training much more challenging. The best results can be achieved through early training that focuses on consistency and positive reinforcement. 

Pyrenees Pit Activity Requirements

While these dogs are quite large, and often have copious muscles, they don’t require quite as much exercise as many other breeds with similar athleticism. An hour or so a day of moderate to vigorous exercise daily is usually plenty to keep this hybrid healthy and fit. It may be advisable to not exercise your canine during the hottest part of the day on hot days as dogs with short, light-colored coats may be more prone to sunburn and skin cancer, while dogs with the thicker, double-layer coats may be more susceptible to overheating. The Pyrenees Pit requires more room than most apartments can provide, and is happiest when they have a larger home to stretch out in. 

Activity Level
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
10 miles
Minutes of Activity Per Day
60 minutes

Pyrenees Pit Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
3 cups
Daily Cost
$1.50 - $1.90
Monthly Cost
$39.00 - $52.00

Pyrenees Pit Height & Weight

6 Months
Male Pyrenees Pit size stats at six months
Height: 21.5 inches Weight: 57.5 lbs
Female Pyrenees Pit size stats at six months
Height: 19.5 inches Weight: 52.5 lbs
12 Months
Male Pyrenees Pit size stats at 12 months
Height: 24.0 inches Weight: 72.5 lbs
Female Pyrenees Pit size stats at 12 months
Height: 22.0 inches Weight: 62.5 lbs
18 Months
Male Pyrenees Pit size stats at 18 months
Height: 25.0 inches Weight: 82.5 lbs
Female Pyrenees Pit size stats at 18 months
Height: 23.0 inches Weight: 72.5 lbs

Pyrenees Pit Owner Experiences

sumo
8 Months
5 People
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sumo is a good boy sometimes, he doesn't really like kids and other animals but is good with older people.
2 weeks, 1 day ago
Rosa
2 Years
4 People
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Overall she is a great loving dog. Learns well when she wants to, other times she is just not having it. With me and my son she will listen and behave, with my roommate she doesn't listen well and will pee in the house around him if I am not home. She has exceptional hearing and will bark as the breed tends too, going back to my roommate he dislikes her barking at noises.
3 weeks, 1 day ago
Winchester
6 Months
2 People
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Our little girl is an absolute sweetheart. She fits in perfectly with our active lifestyle. Very affectionate with everyone (adult and children) she meets and playful with all dogs. We have only seen one instance when her hackles came up and that was somebody entering a room in our home with a halloween mask on. She went from cuddled up between us on the couch to standing in front of us in a protection mode. As soon as the mask came off, hackles dropped, tail wagged and the game was on. We love her to pieces and she gives it all right back to us.
3 weeks, 4 days ago
Opal
3 Years
2 People
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She is a silly goofy dog for the most part and we have alot of fun with her.
1 month, 1 week ago
Hera
4 Months
2 People
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She has been an amazing dog very loyal and always right next to me. She is a fast learner and very loving.
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Rebel
3 Months
2 People
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She is a very affectionate but also very strong willed.
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Coconut
15 Months
3 People
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She is extremely energetic, excitable, but cautious to men. She has to be near someone all the time. She picks up on training quickly, but can also get set back easily if we aren't consistent or when she gets too excited.
2 months ago
Maggie Rose
4 Years
4 People
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She is very cautious, but she is also extremely loyal and protective of our family!
2 months, 1 week ago
Eshew
8 Weeks
4 People
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none...we have a 7 year old Shitzhu .
2 months, 3 weeks ago
Maggie Rose
4 Years
4 People
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Very cautious, but also protective of her family. Especially the kids.
3 months ago
Nala
10 Weeks
6 People
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We all love our fur baby. Especially our 19 month old little girl...
4 months, 1 week ago
Colt
6 Weeks
3 People
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He is a very playful and energetic puppy! He plays a lot, and he is a really friendly dog. We all love him, and he was easily housebroken
5 months ago
Bandit
7 Months
8 People
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We got him whwn he was 6 weeks old and all i can say is he is an amazing family dog great with kids house breaking was tough though
6 months, 1 week ago
Bella
8 Weeks
3 People
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We just adopted yesterday from a shelter so she is adjusting to her new home life.
7 months, 4 weeks ago
Apollo
4 Months
5 People
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when we first got him it was love at first sight super good at guarding the property from people and animals
8 months, 1 week ago
Willow
11 Months
3 People
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Rescued from shelter at 4-5 months old, DNA tested for heritage, height 23" and 65 lbs at around 1 year old, calm sweet nature. Willow is a sweet gentle girl who loves everyone she comes in contact with including people and other dogs. She is very calm and gentle with children and seems attracted to them. Obedience training was a bit of a challenge due to somewhat stubborn independent nature, but with professional help she is now the perfect lady when we are out and about around town. She seems to bark a lot outside at night only, not much during the day. She has a tendency to wander off if left unattended without fencing to contain her. She prefers cool weather over warm and seems to enjoy being outside in rain and snow, which can be challenging for us as doggie door allows free access to fenced yard. Her coat is maybe halfway between Pit and Pyr, not short but not long or double either, more like that of a Labrador Retriever really but maybe a bit longer. She has very loose skin especially around the neck area. She was labeled a lab mix by the shelter, but DNA shows no lab at all. The biggest percentage shown was Pit and Pyr, with a small percentage listed only as "breed groups".
9 months ago
Carson
18 Months
4 People
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We got him as a puppy rescue. He is very affectionate and loving with our family. He is not very social with people he is not familiar with that come to our house and aggressively barks at them. We are trying to hold him on a leash but he is inconsistent with his aggression. He will approach a stranger on a walk and randomly bark and almost nip at their hands (adults and children alike). The adaption agency had him mislabeled as a puppy and we only found out his bread after dna testing. We spend a lot time walking him and socializing him as a puppy (walks, dog parks, etc.). We have a fenced in yard and he bit our neighbor's son who went too close to our fence. Would only recommend this breed to someone who is willing to take extreme care and time properly training this extremely protective and unpredictable breed.
11 months, 1 week ago
Brendan
2 Years
4 People
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Very friendly, likes to be outdoors which will be a challenge in the winter with his shortish coat. Ours has the demeanor and grace of the Pyrenees which we have had in the past. He can really move and is agile on his feet, but only in spurts. He is a resource guarder and vocalizes exactly like our Pyrenees did when other male dogs approach. I am not sure what the pit bull addition is really supposed to accomplish? Not sure what the bite force comparison is between the breeds. But our Pyrenees boys were 120 and 140lbs while Mr. Brendan is probably topping out around 90 ish pounds. Estimated. He is very protective of us and any children without being threatening. He just maintains a presence. He was also very protective of his puppies, while being sweet to people, patrolling the yard in large circles around the property and coming back to lay by them. Likes to roam a bit but never strays far. Always comes when I call, but never lets me catch him :-). He has a very deep, imposing, royal warning vocalization if predators are near. Or like I said if a male dog approaches his dog run. Seems to understand that I do not want him chasing deer. He likes cats and is very gentle with them. We did not train him to do that. He roams MUCH LESS than our full Pyrenees did - male or female. His coat is much easier to wash and dry compared to our Pyrenees. Our ‘neesies’ were a challenge because you don’t want to shave them if possible to avoid it, as their coats never fully recover if you do. But some years we had to. And I had trouble with hot spots on our Pyrenees in summer if we did not shave them. Usually on their necks, which would get drenched from drool and panting after they matured at 3 years of age - also if we didn’t spend HOURS drying them with high powered blow dryers after a shower.
11 months, 2 weeks ago
Rosie
2 Years
4 People
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Well she is 50/50 of each breed but she weighs 90 pounds and snores like a mini human lol!
1 year, 1 month ago
Mavis
18 Months
3 People
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Mavis is a big, lovable, affectionate, sweet girl. She's 72lbs. She loves to wrap herself up or bury herself in blankets. She always wants to be where her family is and sit on your lap. She is great with other dogs. She loves cats and wants to give them kisses. She also likes to chase them, too. She very rarely barks. But she is protective of her property and family. This girl sheds like no other, too!
1 year, 2 months ago
Bear
13 Months
2 People
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Sweet loyal dominate happy
1 year, 2 months ago
Penny
6 Months
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Her name is Penny. She had fit into my family so perfectly. She's she's so energetic outside, playing ball and running with the kids. When it's time to be inside though, shes calm and collected and fully relaxed. She's is the very definition of a Pitenees. I love my Penny Puppys.
1 year, 3 months ago
Roxie
18 Months
5 People
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Roxie loves to run. Shes a hard headed, fun loving, sweetheart of a goofball and we are so happy to have her as a part of our family. And shes great with our 3 kids. Cats, well not so much, lol
1 year, 4 months ago
Annie
4 Months
2 People
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Annie is a rescue from WVa and we thought she was mostly Lab. Wrong. She is alert, affectionate, stubborn at times, very agile and fast! She is very good with other people and other dogs, but tends to want to nip to engage. The Pit part really concerns me so we will be sure to keep her in training.
1 year, 4 months ago
Dewey
2 Months
3 People
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He is only 3months old and can sit, lay down, and decipher right paw from left paw when we shake hands. Brilliant dog but a bit stubborn at times. Completely house broken at 10 weeks
1 year, 4 months ago
Juno
7 Months
5 People
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Juno runs and jumps without realizing her size. She is intended to be a Nanny dog of a special needs child on 10 acre wooded homestead. She is learning, and is extremely aware of where her boy is all the time. She plops on top of him when he rests on the couch, sits at his feet, or sleeps in front of him, so that if he gets up she can monitor him. She can be alone in a kennel for hours, and when we come home she can enthusiastically jump and scare children. She is very big, muscular, brindle coat, sweet, and goofy. She thinks for herself, solves problems. She can be redirected easily. She treats the children like they are her herd, and she body checks (not bite) them away from what she thinks are dangers: the pond, farm equipment, cliffs, birds she is suspicious of, haha. She is not mean, or aggressive. She herds the livestock back into their pens. She is a giant, sweet, loyal dog. She can eat off the kitchen table with all four feet on the ground now, at 7 months old.
1 year, 4 months ago
Domino
5 Years
1 People
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Very lazy but gets excited easily
1 year, 6 months ago
Anubis
5 Months
2 People
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First one! He's very affectionate, very excitable. I'm having a blast with him, but I am also having a issue with his potty training. He was broke to pee on a pad but is now going anywhere but the pad. We love mommy lap time a little bit to much maybe... LoL 😃. I have become very attached to him and him me.
1 year, 6 months ago
Joan of Ark
2 Months
1 People
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She’s one of the most intelligent dogs I have ever worked with! She can be a bit stubborn, but she knows what she’s supposed to do. She’s being trained as a service dog and has done very well in her training so far!
1 year, 7 months ago
Dozer
3 Months
1 People
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I love him. Smartest dog I have ever owned. Housebroken, walks on lease, sits, listens to commands at 3 months old. Purchased him at 7 wks. Old. Housebroken within days! I spend 24 hours a day with my puppy. I own my own business and he goes to work with me. My only problem is he's not very social with other people but, we're working on it!
1 year, 7 months ago
Porkchop
6 Months
2 People
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I actually have two brothers, the other is Bruce. So far things are going well. They are totally attached to our three grandkids who are 6, 3 and 2. They get along great with cat. Rapidly growing pups tho, expensive to feed.was totally house broke by 4 months. Haven't had to be leased at all, they go out and do their business and right back in for a treat.
1 year, 7 months ago
Spot
6 Months
1 People
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Great Guard dog, aware of my moods, lays next to me, sleeps with me. But gets motion sickness, in the car. Found him as a puppy on the street.
1 year, 9 months ago
Tenaya
2 Years
2 People
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Great with grand kids, loves to swim, I`m a Volunteer firefighter she loves to hang out at fire house.
1 year, 10 months ago
Bella
10 Years
9+ People
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She is a highly intelligent dog but not to the point where her curiosity gets the better of her. She loves the snow and cold despite her short hair.Very affectionate and loving coming up to give "hugs" all of the time. She is very protective over children, but her bark is much worse than her bite. She has a scary and very deep bark, which acts as a good deterant for home security. She is incredibly sweet.
1 year, 10 months ago
Sly
2 Years
3 People
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It's been a great experience I love my boy he's my best friend an I love spending every minute with him even when he's done something bad I can't stay mad he's just to cute
1 year, 11 months ago
Snuggles
6 Weeks
5 People
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So far I'm loving all three that's in my house. Mines name is snuggles, my boys named theirs Tatertot Wrestle,and my roommate named hers cuddles.. Along with my other 6 dogs in the house lol
1 year, 12 months ago
Oracle
8 Months
3 People
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Extremely loyal, wonderful guard dog, active, muscular, healthy
2 years, 2 months ago
Buttward
6 Months
2 People
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Given to us at 2 months, he’s growing fast and is extremely active with lots of naps. He’s such a sweet pup but very mouthy. I’ve got the scratches to prove it. He loves his human dad and goes quiet and into his kennel to sulk when his dad leaves for work. After a while he’ll come out to play with me, his human mom. Being handicapped, I find it challenging to walk him. Like walking a bucking bronco! Lol! And he protests loudly when he feels I’m too slow! Very comical he is and talks back when I tell him no! We love our silly boy😁
2 years, 3 months ago
Honda
5 Months
6 People
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Hes a new addition coming from a bad situation. But hes already adjusted so well and is super affectionate.
2 years, 3 months ago
Jagermeister
12 Months
4 People
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Jagermeister loves our 2 young children and is very protective of them. He watches over our small flock of 6 hens and once in a while has fun chasing them. He never attempts to harm them, just likes to annoy them a bit. Jager gets along well with our cat and does not seem prey-driven, unless he sees a squirrel. For some reason, he just hates squirrels. He quickly learned how to sit, stay, and give a paw, however learning to come when called, walk calmly next to his walker, and stop at the boarders of our fence-less yard has been a challenge. We purchased an e-collar and when we gently buzz/vibrate the collar, he responds very well. We have seldom used the "shock" element of the collar. Overall, Jager is a very well behaved boy for an un-neutered 12 month old. We do intend to neuter him between 18-24 months, but in the meantime, he is enjoying a healthy and loving "childhood" and we are certain will develop into a loyal, protective, and affectionate adult dog. We love our Jager!
2 years, 4 months ago
Cooper
11 Weeks
3 People
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Cooper is only 11 weeks, (25lbs). He is very loving and affectionate. super intelligent. He loves playing tug a war with our other dog, and digging outside. he plays for an hour then sleeps for 4, then repeat. at night he sleeps thru the night
2 years, 4 months ago
Cabo confer
9 Weeks
2 People
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He is a handsome handful. He loves to play and chew on everything!
2 years, 5 months ago
Sasha
2 Months
3 People
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She really seems like she is going to be an excellent dog. Very sweet and doesn’t really bark at all. She cleans her self a lot. Only time will tell, she is very young. I will update later.
2 years, 5 months ago
Shayne
4 Months
3 People
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So far my sweet girl Shayne has given me lots of headaches with her stubbornness lol all in all she is very sweet & intelligent. I love her & would trade her for the world
2 years, 5 months ago
Mongo
4 Months
2 People
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He's very stubborn but loyal, extremely friendly with people,kids,cats and other dogs. Protective over the family and very high energy
2 years, 6 months ago
Book me a walkiee?
Pweeeze!
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