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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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.
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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.
That came about because I couldn't take my Pyrenean mountain dog into work.
Cassis, a Pyrenean mountain dog, belongs to cancer-sufferer William Dowell, aged 15, who appealed to Mr Tony Blair, saying he was afraid he would not see his pet again if it had to spend six months in quarantine.