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Here at Pony Trail Farm, we utilize the talents of Great Pyrenees Livestock Guardian Dogs to protect our valuable herd of goats. Livestock Guardian dogs have a unique skill set that is inborn. Some are better than others at their job. Many show dog breeders label and sell their culls as livestock guardians, but neither the parents or the pups have ever seen livestock! We recommend that if you are looking for a guardian dog for farm or home, that you purchase one from working parents so that there is a history of the correct temperament for the job. Our Pyrs instinctively guard the herd, and have been with the goats from the time that they were puppies. We offer a health guarantee as well as a return policy on puppies. All puppies are given their first vaccinations and worming prior to sale, and will be microchipped.
Andorra came to our farm as a young puppy, and was raised here with our goats. She is a quiet, gentle dog, who represents the "stockier" style of Great Pyrenees, and weighs about 90 lbs. She had her OFA Xrays at two years of age, and is OFA "GOOD" on hips, "NORMAL" on shoulders and elbows.
She is now retired from the breeding program, but continues to be an excellent livestock guardian.
Victoria is the daughter of Charlie and Isabella. She looks like a younger version of her mom, including the same bold "eyeliner" and coloring on the ears. She has a sweet personality, is excellent with goats and has good manners with children. She is Embark tested "CLEAR" for genetic health issues common to Great Pyrenees. Victoria is OFA "GOOD" on hips, "NORMAL" on shoulders and elbows. We expect her first litter in 2023.
Maggie is solid white, and daughter of Charlie and Andorra, and inherited the best conformation traits from each. She is taller than Andorra, but possesses a similar style. She has an outgoing and cheerful personality, and is another excellent livestock guardian. Maggie has OFA "GOOD" on hips and "NORMAL" on shoulders, elbows, patella, and cardiac exam. While Embark tested "Clear" for most genetic health issues, Maggie tested "Carrier" (Not Affected) for CMR1 and DM. She will only be paired with a "Clear" male in order to produce litters that are not At Risk/Affected for either condition. We expect her first litter in 2023.
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