UPDATE 11/14/22- We are tentatively expecting another litter this December around Christmas!
-Aaron & Emily
All those who have experience with the Purebred Great Pyrenees know they are prone to have a BIG vision of what their territory is, so they roam. Probably the biggest problem small farmers / homesteaders have to deal with in regards to having a purebred Great Pyrenees is their roaming tendency, even with fencing they sometimes seek to escape the fence. Adding the Newfoundland genetics diminishes their desire to take off, yet they still have the Great Pyrenees traits to be working farm dogs / livestock guardian dogs.
Update November 2022: Starting in 2023 we are going to be further cultivating the perfect homestead/ farm dog. While the addition of the Newfoundland genetics to Great Pyrenees genetics are great, they do decrease the energy & drive of the dog. Therefore, we've got big ideas and will be furthering our 'design' for the perfect, ideal, healthy, all-purpose AND highly-attractive homestead dog in the coming year (s). The most dominant genetics component will stem from the Great Pyrenees. Our purposefully & skillfully designed breed will be the SUM of purposeful 100% intentional design of a few different breeds/dogs. And to the skeptics out there- well, I don't care if YOU are skeptical. We are NOT! :-) The mixing of already existing breeds is how every recognized breed we have today was originally made in the first place. We aren't talking about temporary "fad" breeding. With every treasured & valued breed of dog we have today- they started when people recognized a need of enhanced & varied canine features. So they took a variety of available breed components and interwove them until they reached the desired outcome & consistency of the new desired dog breed. And that is also what our vision & intent is. The sum of a dog breed (and any animal breed) is purposefully interweaving specific genetics in order to get:
-Aaron & Emily
~ Great Pyrenees Newfoundland Puppies: $1200 each (note- if you placed a deposit before 10/30/22, don't worry, you locked in the former price).
We are no longer accepting deposits on unborn Great Pyrenees Newfoundland puppies. We will accept deposits after puppies are born, in which case the deposit to reserve a puppy is $200 (via Payal or Venmo).
We do have a free email litter notification list. Please email us to get on our free email list to be notified when we next have Great Pyrenees Newfoundland puppies.
The same general policies we have for our purebred Great Pyrenees puppies apply to our Great Pyrenees Newfoundland puppies. Read general sale/pick-up/joint/health policies here.
**We reserve the right to not sell to any person, for any reason, at any time (eg: if buyer becomes untrusting, suspicious, or unpleasant.).
The same general policies we have for our purebred Great Pyrenees puppies apply to our Great Pyrenees Newfoundland puppies. Read general sale/pick-up/joint/health policies here. **We reserve the right to not sell to any person, for any reason, at any time (eg: if buyer becomes untrusting/suspicious.).