Great Pyrenees (long coat) : : Female : : Young : : Large
Won't you think about adopting me?
In the summer of 2022, a male/female pair of Great Pyrenees were sighted roaming around rural Collin County, thin and ragged. A Good Samaritan took them in and started looking for a rescue to help. She named the dogs Zoey and Cuppy, and on 6/24/2022, Zoey delivered puppies. Bronwyn is the only female of that litter.
Bronwyn has had her puppy shots and will be spayed in 2023 per Texas state law. She is crate-trained and is making excellent progress toward house/potty-training. Bronwyn is currently in a foster home where she is getting great practice with daily leash-walking. She gets along well with other dogs, and is learning to be gentle with young children. In the home where she was born, she was exposed to cats, donkeys, horses, geese, and guinea fowl. During her stay at Windsong Ranch, Bronwyn was a regular visitor to our chicken yard, and she mostly ignored the chickens. Bronwyn is very happy as a companion who lives in the house, so she is not available for adoption as a working LGD. But if you have a backyard flock of chickens, and you are committed to continuing her training, she could be a good choice.
As a puppy, Bronwyn is growing every day, but at 6 months old, she weighed an estimated 55 lbs. By the time she's a year old, Bronwyn will most likely weigh at least 80 lbs, and as an adult, it's possible she could top 100 lbs. These are just our best guesses based on the size of her parents and our experience with other Pyr puppies.
If you think Bronwyn is the Pyrfect pup to add to your family, submit your application here: https://www.bluebonnetrescue.org/forms/form?verify=abc123&formid=3796.
More about Bronwyn
Good with Dogs, Good with Kids, Good with Adults, Requires a yard, Leashtrained, Cratetrained, Likes to play with toys, Obedient, Playful, Affectionate, Eager To Please, Intelligent