Pyrenean mountain dog


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Pyrenean mountain dog

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(Breeds) a large heavily built dog of an ancient breed originally used to protect sheep from wild animals: it has a long thick white coat with a dense ruff. Also called: Great Pyrenees
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I was a Labrador, a Bloodhound and a Basset Hound before finally emerging as a Pyrenean Mountain Dog: "affectionate, strong-willed, fearless, gentle, confident, patient."
HUGELY CUTE Boris the Pyrenean mountain dog measures up to owner Susan
The nine-stone Pyrenean mountain dog often found himself in the doghouse due to his "escape artist" antics.
Breed: Old English sheepdog and Pyrenean mountain dog.
Although it has taken over fifty years for the first novel of the sequence to appear in English, there is a timeless appeal in the entwined fates of the fiercely independent child outsider, a Romany boy whose mother died in childbirth in a mountain hut, and the lone Pyrenean mountain dog he befriends.
The disease is autosomal recessive in Pyrenean Mountain dog and boxer (Kemp et al., 2009 and Moura et al., 2012).
Such as Gandalf, a seven-stone ball of Pyrenean mountain dog fluff, who received a standing ovation as he took the stage to collect his Caring Animal of the Year award.
Set in the middle of a beautiful snowy national park full of wolves, wolverines, foxes, arctic hares and rabbits, the huskies are bossed by a big, handsome, cuddly Pyrenean Mountain dog called Roy.
ANIMAL MAGIC: Graduating Avonvale veterinary nurses (left to right) Charlotte Wildman, Abi Burgoyne (with Pyrenean mountain dog Jess) and Natasha Ellis
Charlotte Faulkner was convicted of causing unnecessary suffering to Pyrenean mountain dog Willow, after a trial at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court.
A rare sight on the streets, this breed is often mistaken for a long-haired German Shepherd, but it is a much more handsome and sturdily-built dog whose foundation stock is Newfoundland, Pyrenean Mountain Dog and St Bernard.