Great Pyrenees make wonderful therapy dogs. No one can resist a smile around a Pyr, true...but when a Pyr wants to share itself with the world, the capacity for love and the inborn intuition they have makes them exceptional at this job.
Teaching a Pyr tricks isn't "difficult". They can act pretty silly, but they're not dumb. One has to 1) be persistent, 2) use the bait that most appeals to the individual Pyr. A small piece of banana was the prize in this case, but they're all different. Know your Pyr, get results!
FAQ: Do Pyrs Bark? Yes. Though they always have a reason, it takes time before they learn between "good reason" and "any reason". To see what the upset is for this dog, you will have to watch until the end.
Grooming the Pyrenees 101 (the basics)
Our first video in the series. This will be followed by more in-depth information such as teaching your dog to enjoy grooming, nail clipping specifics, ear cleaning etc. as time permits. Comments/questions welcome.
Great Pyrenees do fine in any weather with proper protection and shelter. There's no denying, however, that snow is a favorite. Watch this baby discover her first snow. Feel free to comment at our channel.
Covid and the subsequent lockdown has, ironically, made some of us busier than ever. However, there are several videos in the making and will be posted as time permits.