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Started by Wes. Last reply by Carol Mockler Jul 26, 2010.
Started by Tom Heatherington Jun 12, 2009.
Started by Dave & Jean Chaudoir Feb 28, 2009.
Since I first posted we have already seen a great improvement. We let her out of her kennel and she stay with us when we are outside. We keep her on the front porch by blocking her in and she really loves being close to us that way. She could easily jump the gate but hasn't yet. Keeping her indoors isn't going to happen as they shed so bad. It's only been a week now and we really have a keeper. She is a great dog and very very loving. She gets along great with our little house dog and loves the grandchildren. We have already seen her get into protection mode when other dogs try to come on the property or when she hears the kids scream when playing. Her ears perk up and she runs to check on the kids. We just love her. Thanks for the comments.
She would probably feel more at home if she was in the home and not locked up in a kennel outside
Its , not easy with a pyr , mine is now almost 5 ,and stay on the property when i am outside ,other ways he is gone ,positive is that he always comes back after an hr or so ,coyotes is a problem here to on the moment , he is barking half of the night , they kil already a few coyotes ,nabours and police, buy a good book about the bread ,like Great Pyrenees , ISBN13:978-0-7641-0734-4 ( Barron's ) , around $ 12.00, handy pocket with good info, enjoy the day and the dog , Ton
We just moved to the Ozarks about 7 months ago and have heard the coyotes howling frequently around our acreage. This week we bought a purebred Pyrenees pup that's about 9 months old. What a beauty. She is in heat at the moment, but we put up a 10' x 30' kennel for her to live in while we train her. It sure will be nice to someday just let her go free on the property. Can you train them to stay within the boundaries easily? We understand that they are quite independent and go where they want to. My thoughts are to get a couple of young goats or sheep to put in the kennel with her until they get accustomed to each other and the let them out during the day to forage off the land and put them back in at night. Any ideas of what would work the best until she feels like this is really home? Thanks.
Lacey (Black) and Muddy, having fun in the snow.
These are our husky log dogs, Lacey an Muddy.
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