Pyrenean mountain dog

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Pyrenean mountain dog

n
(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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Danes were bred as hunting dogs, while the spectacularly chunky Pyrenean Mountain Dogs once guarded livestock in the hills.
"You don't usually see Pyrenean mountain dogs at rescue centres, but I grew up with one as a child so I said to my husband: 'We have to go and see him!' "He was unconvinced at the time that we needed a dog as big as that.
"You don't see a lot of Pyrenean mountain dogs around so Jazz gets described as a polar bear and Joey is called a Dulux dog.
Clr Stanfield, who owned a series of Pyrenean mountain dogs between 1965 and 2001, said she was not anti-canine.
The pupils of Ridgeway Primary School, in Park Avenue, South Shields, met Pets As Therapy volunteers who brought along King Charles spaniels Sam and Ben and Pyrenean mountain dogs Kendal and Brecon.
The 250-strong club meets twice a week at the Sports Connexion in Ryton and members' dogs range from tiny chihuahuas at around 6lb (2.7kg) to massive Pyrenean mountain dogs, which can weigh up to 130lb (59kg).
Pyrenean Mountain Dogs Club of Scotland open show in the Richard Greenhowe Centre, Gretna
Leonburger dogs originate from Germany and were developed by the Mayor of Leonberg by mating existing dogs with Pyrenean Mountain Dogs and St Bernards.
Pyrenean mountain dogs Zelba and Myfanwy beat other pedigrees to prizes at Crufts Dog Show.
Further out, sitting on some hillock, would be one to three Pyrenean Mountain Dogs scanning the locale for signs of danger.
OCTOBER 10: Pyrenean Mountain Dogs Club of Scotland's Championship Show in Bo'ness.