I just wanted to say how much I enjoy the Snowbear site!
I have 3 Pyrs of my own (one rescue, one poorly bred, & one properly bred with an awesome pedigree Golden Boy!) & the breed is my passion!
I really enjoy the historical Great Pyrenees pics & info.!
Michelle Kay <GYPSY_JAZMINE@MSN.COM>
Dyersville, IA USA - Friday, April 06, 2007 at 21:12:42 (CDT)
I love Pyr's I just got one off a Neighboor , Bad shape but I'v been raising it from 6 wks' old , Now he's 4 months an looking beautiful . They listen so well .
Anyways Good luck , Beautiful Pupps .
Wallingford , Ky Fleming - Monday, March 05, 2007 at 21:14:25 (CST)
I have 3 rescue Dachshunds and a rescue Pyrenees named Jovi. She is GREAT, as is in their name. She takes care of my little dachshunds. I love this breed.
Jennifer Neal-Humble <email@example.com>
Monticello, Ky USA - Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 11:11:12 (CST)
Just adopted a Great Pyrenees puppie.She's 8 weeks now and very smart and loving.She is our 9th dog and seems to fit into our pack well.She is very special.I named her Bella.
Terri A Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Laurel Bloomery, Tn usa - Friday, February 02, 2007 at 09:41:15 (CST)
I recently got my first Great Pyrenees puppy and would love any and all information I can get on her.
Patricia Wright <email@example.com>
Baldwinsville, NY America - Thursday, January 18, 2007 at 11:17:28 (CST)
I contacted you about one year ago for information about buying a puppy in my area. You were extremely helpful.
Marley (I bought him on Christmas eve and his dad's name was Ghost--hence the name, Marley), is all that you promised and more. I love him dearly and he is a loyal, devoted "puppy" at 100 lbs.
Thanks for all your help and best reguards to you in the new year!
- Wednesday, January 10, 2007 at 15:06:03 (CST)
A wonderful site!! I orginally searched Prys looking for "Limberlost" The tribute to Quibbletown is remarkable.I was hoping for a picture of Val's Heritage to bring back old memories from when i was in the "dog game" so will keep searching. Amazingly enough(in my eyes at least)I still know how to pick them :) from the first picture to the last update "Edie" was my choice, quite nice to see she is already a champion at a tender age.
Keep doing what you are doing IT WORKS.
Winnipeg, MNn Canada - Thursday, November 23, 2006 at 19:01:49 (CST)
Thank you for your dedication, and for what you have done for this magnificent breed!
Anessa Hart ~Anessa's Pyr Paradise~ <PyrPuppyLover@gmail.com>
Seaview, WA USA - Friday, November 17, 2006 at 14:46:05 (CST)
We got our Pyr Archie for our 25th anniversary and love him so much. He is the joy of our lives!
Wayne and Diane Morrissey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
West Milford, NJ USA - Monday, November 13, 2006 at 19:24:10 (CST)
love tne site. love pyrs. i had a pyr for 7 great years. your dogs look great.
eugene bandish <email@example.com>
monaca, pa united states - Saturday, November 11, 2006 at 11:07:35 (CST)
Great website – really enjoyed visiting it. I wish you good luck with all of yours dogs.
Kind regards from Germany :-)
Berlin, Germany - Tuesday, November 07, 2006 at 09:14:34 (CST)
Have loved browsing your site - especially the Quibbletown info and photos in that the Smiths were wonderful personal friends. I have a couple of Pyr items that I am getting ready to list on EBay...an original signed copy of the Mary Crane ook and a beautiful acrylic on embossed leather painting of my dog Ch. Barqueill Happy Holliday (Title Holder Book 78-5) who was, of course, of Quibbletown blood lines. Didn't know if you might be interested.
Sandy Holliday Rogers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Rockwall, TX USA - Saturday, October 28, 2006 at 18:54:47 (CDT)
Owners of three Great Pyrenees my wifr and I enjoyed your site. I will be checking back on occasion.
Harry Urban Jr.
Stonewall Farms Boer Goats
Harry Urban Jr. <email@example.com>
Manheim, PA USA - Friday, October 27, 2006 at 16:31:22 (CDT)
I very much enjoyed seeing the wonderful pictures on your site. The puppy pictures bring back such wonderful memories of my dear girl, who is celebrating her 11th birthday next week. She's a bit arthritic and getting a little frail, but her enthusiasm for adventures is as high as ever. She is my cherished companion.
NJ - Tuesday, October 17, 2006 at 10:01:38 (CDT)
love, love love great pyrenees my favorite breed!!!
gina wood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
clinton, in us - Friday, October 06, 2006 at 15:55:22 (CDT)
As already stated, this web site is wonderful. The dogs are of spectaclar character and form. When I was growing up my parents raised Pyrenees and these pictures brought back some great memoories. I haven't had a Pryenees of my own, but believe that it is time that I get a Pryenees. Thank you for your web site.
Matthew Quesada <email@example.com>
Killdeer, ND United States of America - Friday, September 22, 2006 at 07:41:15 (CDT)
i own a great pyrenees now and i love it your dog is a beutiful dog!
myrtle creek, or united states - Wednesday, August 23, 2006 at 11:23:08 (CDT)
I loved your website, the dogs are beautiful. I just got a Great Pyrenees pup. I named her Hollie. She is 9 weeks old. She enjoys to sleep... nonstop.
Shelby Knox <Knox3398@bellsouth.net>
Sweetwater, TN - Saturday, August 05, 2006 at 12:00:38 (CDT)
Would just like to say how much we enjoyed your site. Beautiful dogs! We just happened upon it after doing a search for this breed. We raise goats and use these dogs for our herd guardians. Our male is 1/2 Pry. and 1/2 ack bash and today we rescued a female from the auction barn who is 7/8 Pry. and 1/8 Anatolian. We love the Pry. personality, they are the most personable with the goats and we hope one day to add a fullblood to our herd of well spoiled, well loved partners of our goat ranch. Without these noble creatures we would not be able to keep our beloved goats from harms way.
Cynthai Hailey - BOERed Silly Goat Ranch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Nebo, La. United States - Wednesday, July 26, 2006 at 18:42:10 (CDT)
Thank you for such a wonderful site. I would like to have a Snowbear puppy someday. I have a Pyr mix. !00lbs of gentle love and joy. He is loved by everyone. I cant wait to join the Pyrenees family. Jaan 540-667-7543
Jaan Stephens <email@example.com>
Winchester, Va USA - Sunday, July 23, 2006 at 12:03:14 (CDT)
Hi! Your dogs are georgous and I'm just wondering when preacher will be siring pups again as I'm very interested in purchasing one sometime in the near future.Thanks polly
Polly Anastasi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
melrose, ma usa - Wednesday, July 12, 2006 at 10:03:44 (CDT)
Hello, Just surfing around about Pyr's and found your site. Having much fun looking around it also. Our family will be blessed in 3 weeks with our first pup and we have named her Saphron. She is all white except for saffaron colored tips on her ears.
Anyway, we want to make sure we give her the best home possible. We have 2/3 acre yard for her to play in and a 2300 sq ft home with open floor plan for her to live in with us. She will be a house dog.
Thanks for all the great information and wonderful pictures.
Lenisa Hughes ( Necie) <Necie11@yahoo.com>
Chillicothe, OH USA - Thursday, July 06, 2006 at 08:04:44 (CDT)
Enjoyed your site!
I use to raise this breed in CO, I recently sat with the vet and assistants, and listened to my gentle giant snore in pease, before the the last injections were given.
love your webisite,
Mary Allen <email@example.com>
nortonshores, MI USA - Thursday, June 15, 2006 at 20:29:21 (CDT)
The Great Pyrenees are very lovely dogs and i just think that they are the cutest dogs ever!!!!!
St. Cloud, FL. - Wednesday, June 14, 2006 at 18:57:46 (CDT)
What a beautiful tribute. Great photos, and you've brought back great memories of my Pyr D. G. (Debbie & Gary's Christmas Snowball).
Deb Welsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Crestview, FL USA - Wednesday, May 31, 2006 at 11:50:03 (CDT)
i just got two great pyrenese from the city pound.they were unkept and i took them into my home.they are such great joy, i dont see how any human could not love them.
lola jordan <email@example.com>
deridder, la usa - Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at 11:38:44 (CDT)
You have a wonderful and full of important information.
I was looking for you because an old friend of mine
is looking for a well bred puppy.
I know the pup is not for breeding. They show horses.
I think they will need some education about the breed.
They have a farm. You will have to decide how you feel
about. Her name is Lucy Froeming.
I hope all of you are well.
Cookie Pajak <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Burlington, Wi USA - Sunday, May 21, 2006 at 09:33:24 (CDT)
Peter Underhill <email@example.com>
New Canaan, CT. USA - Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at 13:43:18 (CDT)
enjoy your web site very much.need a lot more time to go through all of it.thank you so much.
pat mcgroarty <firstname.lastname@example.org>
syracuse, utah u.s.a. - Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at 02:10:21 (CDT)
I think these are the most beautiful dogs. I am a first time owner.
Pakeela Nalls <email@example.com>
senoia, GA USA - Tuesday, May 09, 2006 at 15:00:32 (CDT)
We have a sheep and cattle ranch in White Pine County, NV. We love this breed and we are despirately searching for a male and female Great White Pyrenees from Southern Idaho or Northern Nevada. Do you breed or do you know of any breeders in this area? We have been looking for 2 years now without much luck. Your site is the closest we've come to anything remotely local. Can you help us out or anyone else out there? We want quality dogs, willing to pay a good price for good pups. We want to buy from two different breeders. Prefer papers, not required. Prefer all white or buff colored dogs but, not required. If anyone out there can help us, we'd love to hear from you!
email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com THANK YOU.
D. Blackhorse-Smith & R. Prescott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ely, NV USA - Monday, May 08, 2006 at 22:07:23 (CDT)
These sound like some really great dogs...I was reading a book on animal facts and I read a little on the Great Pyrenees and I wanted to read a little more on them.They're really beautiful dogs and probably would make a great companion for someone.
Southfield, MI Uniterd States - Tuesday, May 02, 2006 at 14:57:39 (CDT)
Your site is wounderful. I love all the pics and the infornation you share.
IN USA - Sunday, April 02, 2006 at 19:25:02 (CDT)
The Photo Gallery is wonderful. I adopted a female Great Pyr from our Animal Services. Her name is SHEBA and she is an absolute joy in my life. Stubborn but loving.
Thank You for a great web-site
Lillian Madewell <email@example.com>
Huntsville, AL US - Thursday, March 23, 2006 at 20:57:29 (CST)
Very lovely web site. I recently lost my pyrenees of eleven years. I've been going through all my pictures of him his "baby book" , the kids tease me because Guy had a baby book and they didn't. But it was cute to see all your pictures. Thanks
Kathryn Press <firstname.lastname@example.org>
granger, in usa - Monday, March 20, 2006 at 12:02:34 (CST)
I am looking for a reputable breeder that I may by a Great Pyrenees puppy from. My sweet Abigail passed away after 12 years with us about 1 month ago.
We would love another one.
We live in Taos, New Mexico and have quite alot of acreage. We do not smoke and do not allow anyone to smoke around our animals. We do treat our animals like family so they do travel with us when we go to visit my son in Wyoming and when we go to track meets for our other son.
Thank you for your help.
Michelle Roaque <email@example.com>
Taos, NM United States - Friday, March 17, 2006 at 10:01:15 (CST)
What beautiful animals!
C. Kiesewetter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hartshorne, OK USA - Thursday, April 06, 2006 at 13:15:11 (CDT)
After 12 years with my sweet Heidi Lynn, I had to have her put down yesterday. I cannot stop crying. It makes me happy to read how so many others love the Great Pyrenees. They are Gentle Giants.
Anne Maurone <Phantaz7@aol.com>
NJ USA - Saturday, March 04, 2006 at 19:16:46 (CST)
~~I am lucky enough to be owned by my Great Pyrenees, Reno, and I would love to add to our family, which includes 2 beautiful mixes and a Siberian Husky. I always want a mutt and a Great Pyr by my side....and when I die, if dogs don't go to heaven, I want to go where they go.......
Melville, NY USA - Thursday, March 02, 2006 at 19:53:53 (CST)
We are located in Shelby, NC and have a small south african goat herd. We ude our Pyrennees as protectors of the herd. They are very majestic and proud and perform their job to perfection. Very rarely have I seen an animal that is a working stock dog that has the ability to interact as such a companion as the Pyrenees. They are part of our family. I have been breeding them four about two years now and so far every puppy has found a loving home and I have had some great success stories from people who have come to love the breed as I do.
Brian Estep <Estepboergoats@aol.com>
Shelby, NC United States - Wednesday, March 01, 2006 at 07:20:26 (CST)
WE JUST GOT OUR THIRD PYR AND WE HAVE ENJOYED YOUR SITE FOR MANY NUMBER OF YEARS.
TIM & BRANDI GROOTE <email@example.com>
McPherson, KS - Friday, February 10, 2006 at 08:42:33 (CST)
At some point in my breeding program I hope to instill a Snowbear puppy. You have the loveliest dogs in the breed.
Tanimara Great Pyrenees
Tanimara Great Pyrenees <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Willow Springs, MO USA - Friday, January 06, 2006 at 11:26:47 (CST)
I just love your pyrs. They are something extra even for me that have a few around me at home. Thank you for sharing the pictures. Greatings from the snowcowered south of Sweden!
Cecilia and the pyrs at kennel Icewater´s
Kristianstad, Sweden - Friday, January 13, 2006 at 15:22:09 (CST)
Your website came up when I was researching Crane history. I am the neice of Francis and Mary Crane and wanted to find out more about Mary Crane. I believe she was also a dog show judge in Madison Square Garden but have not yet found all I need. My mother, Sally Crane Dane brought over one of the first Great Pyrenees from France when she was returning from a year-long stay there in 1931. Since I was brought up in California and Uncle Frannie and Aunt Mary lived in the East, I saw little of them. I would like to find out more...
Meraud H Perkins <email@example.com>
San Jose, CA USA - Sunday, January 22, 2006 at 17:18:35 (CST)
Your pictures are amazing. I've had my sweet boy Ceaser since he was 12 weeks old, and now at 7 months he is the king of the house. My husband and I adore him. He's like our child...we even got him a pet kitten. We love the breed and are thinking of getting another!
- Friday, January 20, 2006 at 12:31:24 (CST)
We loved the photographs of your dogs. They are beautiful!!
We have an older Labrador and she is just wonderful, and hope soon to have a Great Pyrenees join our household.
Lancaster, PA - Saturday, February 04, 2006 at 08:24:09 (CST)
I really liked some of the dogs in the pictures that I saw. I am fixing to get one for my 12th birthday. I might name it Sunset if it is a girl. If it is a boy I am naming it, Lucky. I think the Great Pyrenees dogs are really beautiful!!!!!!!!!Bye.
Shelby Knox <Knox3398@bellsouth.net>
Sweetwater, TN America - Wednesday, February 01, 2006 at 18:35:36 (CST)
The Pyer is just beautiful. We have been offered a 2 yr old male and I would like to know if it is possible for our family to bond with a full grown dog. We would really love to have him.
Kathy Aldridge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lexington, NC United States - Thursday, January 26, 2006 at 20:48:46 (CST)
Lovely dogs, I hope to adopt one soon and provide a wonderful home to.
Valerie Konger <email@example.com>
Indianapolis, IN USA - Thursday, January 19, 2006 at 02:32:09 (CST)
I was privileged to share the life of a Quibletown dog. I always refer to him as my firstborn & my son considered him his older brother. Not sure how many Quibbletown dogs had this characteristic, but his pupils had a star pattern, which I found enchanting. Edith Smith was a great help in answering my neophyte puppy-owner questions.
When I retire, a rescue Pyr is in my future.
Patricia Erickson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
South San Francisco, CA USA - Saturday, December 31, 2005 at 14:10:57 (CST)
I loved you site and would love to sheare some photos of our Great Pyrenees.
Sheila Ravid <email@example.com>
Eilat, Israel - Wednesday, November 30, 2005 at 03:30:58 (CST)
Greetings from cold Finland! Troy sends some hugs too to his distant relatives!
Sipoo, Finland, Finland - Sunday, November 20, 2005 at 12:27:03 (CST)
Hello, I'm a Great Pyrenees who lives in Montana. My mom and I found your site and loved all the information and pictures. Thanks for sharing. We would love to show you pictures of me sometime. Visit our website at: http://www.great-pyrenees.us/
Kalispell, MT USA - Friday, November 11, 2005 at 19:36:59 (CST)
Your website is very lovely; excellent photographs. I was hoping to find pedigrees and breeding detail on your adults. Is that available somewhere and I missed it?
I am hoping to be in search of another Pyr (our first one passed away several years ago and we still miss her. She was directly from Quibbletown lines.) and so wanted that sort of background information.
Pam Fraga <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, November 09, 2005 at 12:57:48 (CST)
enjoyed your web site; we had a great pyr thwt had to be put to sleep last summer. she was a wonderful pet. We have been thinking about bringing another pyrennees into our home.
Rebecca Strong <email@example.com>
waterloo, Ia U.S. - Tuesday, November 08, 2005 at 12:49:03 (CST)
Greetings from Sweden!
Beautiful Dogs! I have enjoyed my visit
here, you have a great site With best
regards and all the best for the future
Mia with family,Clinton & Chirac
- Wednesday, October 05, 2005 at 04:36:41 (CDT)
Your website is great! I spent some time drying my eyes looking at the photo gallery as I am a Pyr owner. I have Jo-Jo who was 10 in April and it's been almost a year since I lost Buddy. They are my heart and soul. Buddy developed a condition that enlarged his heart and had to be put down in my arms. How ironic that a dog with a heart of gold could go because his heart was too big. I miss him every day and treasure every moment that I have with Jo-Jo and hope someday I have the courage to have another Pyr but the heartbreak can sometimes be to hard to handle. There is no greater love than the unconditional love of your Pyr.
Jody L. Tucker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Egg Harbor Township, NJ USA - Saturday, September 10, 2005 at 19:40:05 (CDT)
We are looking to adopt a female Great Pyrenees puppy. We are located in the southeastern area of Virginia (Chesapeake). We have a year old belgian shepard already and would love for her to have a friend. We also have cats. The GP would be for a pet only and will be spayed when old enough.
Carol <email@example.com >
Chesapeake, VA USA - Saturday, September 03, 2005 at 23:13:54 (CDT)
Just ran across your website. Love the photos, remind us of our Casper (just turned 9)when she was little. WE are spoiled by her. We live in town and do not have a fenced-in yard. But believe it or not, she stays right here. She is so gentle with little girl next door. Casper sleeps right between us at night. Just lover her to death!!!
Pontiac, IL USA - Sunday, August 28, 2005 at 14:45:42 (CDT)
have a two year old female, just looking around. nice site, forgot they are ever that small.
martin kim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saint Marys, PA u.s.a. - Sunday, August 28, 2005 at 13:23:10 (CDT)
We are picking up a foster pyr today....if all goes well, we will be adopting "sasha" in two weeks...we are very excited about her joining our family.
flower mound, tx USA!!! - Sunday, August 28, 2005 at 08:50:51 (CDT)
I just got my first pyrenees puppy and am excited to have him as a part of my family. Ghozer and i say hi.
victoria jimenez <email@example.com>
lancaster, ca usa - Saturday, August 20, 2005 at 21:51:19 (CDT)
They are so beautiful I love them all!
U.S.A. - Wednesday, August 17, 2005 at 12:58:08 (CDT)
They are so beautiful I love them all!
U.S.A. - Wednesday, August 17, 2005 at 12:57:32 (CDT)
We have a 8 month old female who is our precious baby. what a wonderful breed. The only problem we have with her is convincing her she is a dog. We will be breeding her when the time is right.
michele smolinski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
valdosta, ga usa - Saturday, August 13, 2005 at 15:07:59 (CDT)
I just wanted to say I enjoyed this website and pictures very much. We had a Great Pyr and she had to be put down in April. She was one of the most loyal and loving dogs I have ever owned. We miss her terribly and seeing these sweet faces on the website well...it made my night! Thanks
Chris Ciccotti <email@example.com>
Rockaway, NJ USA - Friday, July 15, 2005 at 20:45:13 (CDT)
Yes, I was wondering how much your puppies cost. I used to own one until it was stollen. I was wanting to purchase one of your snowbear puppies.Thanks
chris lange <firstname.lastname@example.org >
Starkville, ms United States - Monday, July 11, 2005 at 18:13:05 (CDT)
You have nice website and wonderful dogs. I really enjoyed my visit. Greetings from Romania.
Bucharest, Romania - Monday, July 04, 2005 at 05:41:14 (CDT)
I have a question for other pyr owners out there. I have a male he is one year old and he is such a lover, however its so odd because we have a two and half lots that are completely fenced for them to run and get plenty of exercise. Rueben does not like people putting their hands over the fence, however if they come thru the back patio door or garage door its fine with him as long as they are with either my husband or myself. He is very smart and responds to commands. Sit, speak, shake...etc. so smart that he opens electric garage door openers. But do any of the rest of you have one that is over the top with being protective? I guess he must think of us as his herd:)
Lori Mott <Lori@ilprairiecf.org>
Heyworth, IL usa - Thursday, June 02, 2005 at 13:30:22 (CDT)
I have two puppies too, Rueben is 1 year old and Hannah is 5 months, they are replacement children. Of course they get as much attention as the kids did when they were home. I love this breed they are the most wonderful dogs ever. Your pictures are georgous.
Lori Mott <Lori@ilprairiecf.org>
Heyworth, Il USA - Thursday, June 02, 2005 at 13:23:45 (CDT)
My Guys I get Mgbada Here
GuyMgbada Dr <GuyMgbada@yahoo.com>
Lagos, La Nigeria - Friday, May 27, 2005 at 07:12:20 (CDT)
wondrefull great sit keep good work
driver mumu <email@example.com>
gent, gw belgium - Thursday, May 26, 2005 at 08:30:19 (CDT)
My husband, John, and I raise alpacas. We have some friends that just purchased two female great pyrenees with intentions of breeding. However, the two together seem to get into too much mischief. Tearing up gardens, killed some roosters, etc. Therefore, they are wanting to 'give' us one as they know she would be an awesome livestock dog. We are thinking about it but not sure we are ready to take on another project. But we are willing to go meet her and try not to fall in love and take just because she is too cute. Have another alpaca farm that has 4 great pyrenees and informed us they did not even 'train' any of them. Just put in pasture and let instinct take over. However, we do have an indoor dog she would need to get a long with. We want to leave indoor dog in pasture should we go away for long weekend but not sure we could do with great pyrenee. THanks for having useful website.
Tricia Morton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Columbia City, IN USA - Tuesday, May 24, 2005 at 12:34:38 (CDT)
I have a Beautiful Great Pyreneese named Zeke. He guards all my stock including the ducks and chickens. He is gentle but firm when managing my Pygmey Goats. He even chases hawks away from the baby chicks. He was given to me by a friend because she was unable to keep him. I need another Pyre. for my son. He has a 20 acre pasture and has Pygmey goats and cattle. The coyotes killed 2 of his babies last nite and the entire family is upset. I need to find a breeder in or around Ocala Fl. My name is Emily. e-mail address: email@example.com Can anyone help PLEASE?
Dunnellon, Fl. USA - Friday, May 20, 2005 at 09:09:32 (CDT)
I LOVE MY GREAT ONE. I FIRST CALLED IT GREAT WHITE, COULDN'T COME UP WITH A NAME. THEN I NAMED HIM TOBY.
HE IS MY BABY. I WAS NEVER A DOG PERSON. MORE OF A CAT LOVER. BUT WHEN I FIRST SAW TOBY, IT WAS LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT. HE WAS MEANT FOR ME. THEY WERE ABOUT TO PUT HIM DOWN AND MY HEART FELL APART WHEN I HEARD THE NEWS, I GOT HIM FROM A SHELTER. I BELIEVE THE OWNER MUST HAVE LOST HIME, BECAUSE WHO WOULD GIVE UP A GORGEOUS, LOVING DOG AS THIS ONE. NOW I'M LOOKING FOR HISTORY ON HIS TYPE OF DOG AND ANYTHING INFORMATIVE ABOUT THE GREAT PYR.
NELLY REED <NREED@CWICCMS.ORG>
HARLINGEN, TX USA - Wednesday, May 11, 2005 at 12:40:11 (CDT)
The dog is so cute and i love it already!!!
- Wednesday, April 27, 2005 at 10:37:07 (CDT)
Hello! Thank you very much for the pleasure of viewing your beautiful site. We have just obtained our baby Baron. Our first Pyrenees. He is four months old. So far it has been a pleasure. We are on-line researching the best way to train this breed.
Again, thank you for an enjoyable visit. Linda
Linda Henderson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chesterville, Ontario, Canada - Wednesday, April 20, 2005 at 22:36:48 (CDT)
I have just aquired two beautiful male pups from Painted Hand Farm in Newburg, PA. The sire is ElJefe and the dam is Dora. I believe there is Snowbear in their lineage. I also have a male from Galesway in NJ who is nine years old and I can recall Gale Armstrong talking highly about Quibbletown and Snowbear. My Pyrs are strictly utilized for pet therapy visits to nursing homes, children's hospitals and acute care facilities where they do a remarkable job. People are always asking about their lineage and I would be proud to let them know if, in fact, Snowbear is "stitched" in their genes!
Craig B. Sneddon <email@example.com>
Forked River, NJ The US of A - Sunday, April 17, 2005 at 20:08:45 (CDT)
I enjoyed your site and the information it supplied. I enjoyed seeing the growth of the pups. A couple of days ago we just extended our family with 2 sister pups where the mother is a pure white Pyrenees (no markings) and the father is mix, Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd. These 2 are adapting to living in a house nicely. They are playful, curious, calm and very sweet and gentle. Our last pet died at 17 yrs old (Shepherd/Newfoundland) and we hope we are lucky ennough to have these 2 for just as long.
AB Canada - Tuesday, April 12, 2005 at 14:38:40 (CDT)
Love Pyrs - have a male (Hercules), aptly named after his strength. College prof here, and thinking about a female and the occasional litter. Used to raise collies (long time ago) and loved placing quality dogs with the right families. Is there any guide for the person who isn't wanting to be a "breeder" but rather to occasionally have puppies to place?
Michael Goins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
katy, tx usa - Tuesday, April 05, 2005 at 10:42:40 (CDT)
Boy, am I glad I stumbled on your site!! We just figured out what kind of puppy adopted US (!) a few weeks ago. We live out in a rural area in central CA, and here in the midst of a rainstorm comes "Zio", our till now, mystery baby. She is just getting her big dog teeth in, so she is still little. There has been no success in locating her original owners, so it looks like she's here to stay. I feel agreat sense of relief knowing, WITHOUT A DOUBT, her breed. I did this with the help of your site! beautifully done, by the way. Thanks!!
Fresno, CA USA - Tuesday, April 05, 2005 at 09:50:07 (CDT)
I have a Pyr named Misiu and he is a wonderful dog. I'm so happy we decided to get him, he is beautiful and loves kisses.
Anna Misztal <AnnaMisztal@aol.com>
Des Plaines, IL USA - Tuesday, March 29, 2005 at 16:24:45 (CST)
Absolutely the most beautiful breed and a class web site.
Don & Deb Brenner <email@example.com>
Montpelier, Oh USA - Thursday, March 24, 2005 at 20:10:13 (CST)
I have a female (neutered) pyr. she is wonderful, as they all are, but her companion of 7 years just died and she is very lonely. I work all day and get home late evening, she is just so sad that even though I love her, she needs to more love and attention then I can give her. She is great with other dogs, kids, and loves to run in open fields, her pen is about an acre so she has room, but needs more human contact or other dogs, since she has lived all her life with a male companion, If anyone can provide her with a warm loving home please contact me.
my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org phone number is 303-278-6388
Alice Kiick <email@example.com>
Evergreen, Co USA - Wednesday, March 23, 2005 at 16:19:00 (CST)
Loved your site! We live on a ranch in the Cypress Hills and are looking for a breeder in Southern Alberta as we have decided on a Pyr! Thanks.
Val Felesky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Elkwater, Canada - Sunday, March 20, 2005 at 15:22:58 (CST)
Lovely dogs!! (bit large for me though...I am a border collie person.)
Great website.... thanks for the link u sent me to take a look at your great dogs!
Cheers from Australia.
SA Australia Land of Oz down under - Saturday, March 19, 2005 at 17:49:51 (CST)
I just rescued a Great Pyr - and I placed him in a good home. I didn't realize how much I loved him. I wish I would have kept him. As I thought more about it, I realized that one of the reasons I didn't keep him is that after I found him, I began to get advice from various Pyr rescue organizations. They told me that these dogs tend to be very dog aggressive and often hurt other dogs. They also told me that they tend to be very land aggressive and will hurt other animals and even children if they come into their territory without the animal knowing them. Thus, I became frightened and gave the dog to a company who had three fenced in acres and needed a guard dog - although the dog will get a lot of family attention as well. I researched the breed extensively, and I know where I placed him is good for his personality. Now, I find myself wanting him back, although that is impossible. Thus, I want to adopt one for myself if they are all as sweet as he was. Are they all as sweet as he was? He was truly the sweetest dog I have ever met, and I've met a lot of dogs cuz I've run rescues before. He was the first Pyr I ever got in though. Those of you out there who have other pyrs, what has been your experience with dog aggression and territory aggression. I want to buy one now for me as I imagine it'll be a long time before one of these is available through the rescue again - I can't imagine many people getting rid of them once they know them if they are all like this. Before I purchase though, I want to get some more advice from other Pyr owners as to how big of a deal this dog aggression and territory aggression really is. I really want one of these dogs, but I want it to be the best situation for the dog and my family both. Thanks so much,
Rhonda Partin <email@example.com>
Cincinnati, OH USA - Friday, March 18, 2005 at 19:00:36 (CST)
Just bought 10 acres and thinking about raisng alpacas. I am hoping to find and rescue 1 or 2 Pyrenese as herd guard dogs. Your site is great and has given me a nice introduction to the breed. Just beautiful! I am so excited!
Lynn Oberloh <Lynnie@earthlink.net>
Loudon, TN United States - Friday, March 18, 2005 at 16:24:05 (CST)
Great Pyrenees are awesome dogs.We got our "Sugar" when she was 7 mo.It was an eyeopening experience.soon our rott mix was dwarfed two months later.She was soon the dominant dog in our house.She has chewed numerous hoses and she has pulled a cement swan out of our fish pond.We are planning on breeding her in a month or two.
York Haven, PA USA - Friday, March 18, 2005 at 16:19:56 (CST)
Hello,it's me i'am happy to announce that judge our 13 month old pry is doing wonderfully.He as really become a wonderful new addtion to the family.We are also looking for a playmate either male or female for judge to play and run with.The dane would much rather sleep on the couch than run and play.Not to mention that the whole family would love to add another pyr to the gang.So if anyone out there who knows of a pyr who needs a loving home please feel free to e-mail and i will get right back to you. thank you and as always you guys keep up the wonderful job that you are doing for this beautiful breed.
san antonio, tx usa - Wednesday, March 16, 2005 at 16:49:18 (CST)
The site is beautiful as are all the puppies. I owned 2 gorgeous Great Pyrenees named "Bear" and "Missy". We rescued them from the pound in 1992, and had Missy until 1997, and Bear passed on in 2002. I miss both of them everyday, and enjoy the different sites and pictures. I hope to rescue or perhaps get a puppy soon. Thanks and keep it up!!
Donna Tallerico <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sacramento, CA United States - Wednesday, March 02, 2005 at 18:46:54 (CST)
Seeing your dog's brings back A lot of memories when we brout home our pyer. We had to put her down on new year's day 05 because of age and other problems that could not be corrected.But seeing your beautiful dogs brings back all the great memories of our "Dutchess"
Thanks for the photos.
Barry Burnette <email@example.com>
Springfield, OR U.S.A. - Tuesday, March 01, 2005 at 15:36:52 (CST)
Thank you, for your wonderful site. It brought tears to my eyes. My neighbor had a solid white pyrenees. I went to her house to rescue her from a snake that she was totally freeked out over ( maybe 3-4 inches long) at which time I sat my baby down on the ground next to me.Corbin was 12 mo., just walking. This lady was notorious for bring home stray animals. She had brought home a pit bull that she had found down in the bottom lands and this dog started after my son, her great pyrenees stepped in the middle and he backed the pit bull down. At which time he opened his mouth and took my son by his arm and led him away from the pit bull. These dogs will always have a place in my heart. Needless to say the pit bull was gone that day.
Thank you for the wonderful pictures and memories. June
June G. Hanna <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dallas, Tx USA - Monday, February 28, 2005 at 13:44:36 (CST)
We have been interested in the breed for some time.We are a family of four.Some of our interests are scouts,camping,hunting fishing and hiking.The puppy or puppies would make a fantastic addition to our family.We also have a 22 acre property where there is plenty of play,exercise and training.I could also use the help with coyotes.Look forward to hearing from you.
Jeffry and Sally Larsen <email@example.com>
Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. - Sunday, February 27, 2005 at 12:01:05 (CST)
Your sight is very well laid out and easy to get around. Your Great Pyrenees are some of the most beautiful dogs we have seen!
Keep the champions coming!
Donald & Cynthia Terrien <DONTERRIEN@new.rr.com>
Green Bay, WI USA - Saturday, February 26, 2005 at 02:47:43 (CST)
Your sight is very well laid out and easy to get around. Your Great Pyrenees are some of the most beautiful dogs we have seen!
Keep the champions comming!
Donald & Cynthia Terrien <DONTERRIEN@new.rr.com>
Green Bay, WI USA - Saturday, February 26, 2005 at 02:46:33 (CST)
I just boughy my first Pyrenees and he is beautiful. His name is "Diego" and he is 5 weeks old. We will pick him up on Friday. He is solid white. I am so excited to start living with this beautiful baby.
mona suppa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Valparaiso, IN USA - Friday, February 25, 2005 at 08:23:10 (CST)
we just bought our firt great pyrenees..."hooch" is already 13 weeks old and will bw used as a guard dog for exotic sheep...they are absolutely beautiful dogs and we look forward to raising hooch and more...your dogs are beautiful
candi barr & gordon powell <email@example.com>
halsell, al - Wednesday, February 23, 2005 at 20:05:20 (CST)
I have a Pyr sired by Ch Snowbear Wolfman to Galen/s Candice Beargen. I've had him for over 5 years, he is my therapy dog. Your "Robbie" was his "frozen pop." While he is not show quality, he is still the most wonderful dog I've ever had. He gives me balance, will pull me up a steep grade, and will even let me climb up him if I fall. These dogs have an amazing temperment, and instinctively love their owners and frequent visitors. My "Sante's Infernal Pyr" Is now lord and master of my 8 week old granddaughter. You need his permission to get close to the baby when she's here. Is Robbie's frozen talent still used? Santè is a Godsend to me.
Carol Marks <Azure9ll@aol.com>
Toledo, oh North America - Monday, February 21, 2005 at 13:23:54 (CST)
I just wanted to say that it is very touching to see all of the pictures of Snowbear pupies at a young age and then blossoming to beautiful show dogs. I am a new Pyrenees admirer and I found your website and I hope to have a Great Pyrenees myself someday. You should be very proud of those gorgeous dogs. Thank you for sharing your photos.
- Saturday, February 19, 2005 at 01:02:30 (CST)
I love your website and think your pyrs are great. Keep up the great work with these great dogs.
Melissa Turner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Harrison, AR USA - Friday, February 18, 2005 at 22:06:51 (CST)
I'm not sure if Jake is "full blooded" but he must be real close. I adopted him from the local ARL. he was picked up in Marion county, home of the winner of this years show.
Steven Barnes <email@example.com>
Polk City , IA USA - Friday, February 18, 2005 at 19:11:21 (CST)
My wife Lindsey and I love our 13week old Pyr. "Captain" we are actually looking for a akc registered female for Captain to play with!!! anyone who knows of a pup for sale in the western kentucky, or Clarksville, TN area please let me know!!!
Owensboro, KY USA - Thursday, February 17, 2005 at 10:35:18 (CST)
I have a Registered Male Pyr that is Quibbletown and Karolaska...we don't show him...we just love him...
we are searching for a Large Female pup for our 36 yr old son ... I don't know who is a reputable breeder. We are not looking for a show dog but rather a wonderful family pet. My son loves the larger Pyrs (he's 6'3"). Do you have any suggestions. We heard of a woman in Canada, Donna Jensen, who has wonderful Pyrs but we don't know how to locate her.
Thanks, Marian Hanson, Gig Harbor, Washington
Marian Hanson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Gig Harbor, WA USA - Wednesday, February 16, 2005 at 21:17:03 (CST)
What a delightful site. Thank you for sharing and thank you for the memorial to Quibbletown ... and to two of my favorite people.
Gregory Alden Betor <GBetor@aol.com>
Washington, DC USA - Wednesday, February 16, 2005 at 13:35:16 (CST)
I thoroughly enjoyed your week-by-week account of the puppy development. Havn't seen that on a website before. We also have a Pyri, and even though she barks a bit too much, we still love her. Lekker Afrikaanse groete aan alle Pyri liefhebbers!
Brisbane, QLD Australia - Wednesday, February 16, 2005 at 07:05:02 (CST)
- Wednesday, February 16, 2005 at 05:48:30 (CST)
My dog of 14 years got hit by a car in April 04. Klondike (as I call him) showed up in the pouring rain, searching for food, around June.It took a while before he let me touch him, but now we are both stuck with each other.I noticed he had 7 toes on each back paw, and took it as a sign because my 2nd daughter was born with 7 toes on each foot.Later I found out that was normal.(Dew Claw?)Currently searching for his owner, although it would break my heart. thanks,
Billie Jo Hinson <email@example.com>
Heath Springs , SC Lancaster - Tuesday, February 15, 2005 at 14:57:31 (CST)
We live in the madison area, currently in search of a great pyrenees puppy... any suggestions?
R + M <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, February 10, 2005 at 20:24:56 (CST)
I have two wonderful Pyrenees Bart and Abby. They are pure joy and the most affectionate animals I have ever owned. Abby is due to have pups this week and we are so excited. She is especially attatched to me at this time. I am sure it is the femail thing. Anyone wanting to chat about these sweet dogs just email me at Kathie51651@hotmail.com. We live in Corpus Christi TX...
Would love to hear some pry stories!!
KATHIE FERNANDEZ <email@example.com>
Corpus Christi, TX USA - Tuesday, February 08, 2005 at 10:17:34 (CST)
I seen a great pyrenees called POLAR on your website. We are looking for an all white female like this dog. What does an adult weigh? Where can I find one? Love your web site. Do you sell your puppies?
- Sunday, February 06, 2005 at 14:43:57 (CST)
hi my name is lauren and i love thease dogs i use to have 2 of them till my moms x husband my step dad took them and will not give them back unless we pay him and give him our horse and i am very sad b/c i loved them both very much
Jefferson City , mo United States - Monday, January 31, 2005 at 11:42:01 (CST)
2 months ago i lost my precious snow white, a 14 yr old great pyrenees. i miss her terribly, as she was my constant companion, she went to work with me everyday. i was referred to you by the healing oasis vet hospital in sturtevant, wisconsin, in which my dog was a patient. they are the greatest holistic vets. your dogs are beautiful. i am very interested in owning another & i would like to know if you have any female puppies available now or in the near future? they are the greatest dogs!!!
thank you, beth
bethlong grove, illinois <firstname.lastname@example.org>
long grove, il usa - Tuesday, January 25, 2005 at 15:04:43 (CST)
Hello again just thought i would drop you a note to let you know how wonderful our recently rescued pyr now proudly named JUDGE is doing.He is doing great and becoming a wonderful new addition to the family and not to mention a very handsome boy now that he as been groomed and bathed.Acourse i always knew there was a handsome boy under all that dirt and matted hair.My vet said he's gaining weight at a very good pace which makes me very happy.He's already bonded very well with the whole family and thinks of us as his flock which fine with us.So again i would like to thank you for all your help and advice and judge would also like to thank you. christine
san antonio, tx usa - Tuesday, January 18, 2005 at 16:59:12 (CST)
Your wonderful web site brought back so many memories. As youngsters the family pet was a Great Pyrenees named Bonnie. She was of the Quibbletown lines and I believe some of the dogs on your site may be her ancestors. A Pyrenees would be too big for my family today, but what a wonderful breed of dog! Andy
Providence, RI - Sunday, January 16, 2005 at 14:12:32 (CST)
snowbear is sooo CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!!
aberdeen, south dakota - Saturday, January 08, 2005 at 22:49:54 (CST)
My first Great Pyrenees came to me when I was a college student. I believe she was of the Quibbleton line. She adapted herself through many moves including moving to Brooklyn from New Hampshire, my marriage and the addition of 3 children during her life time. She took her role as Nana serioudly. My oldest remember her and are glad to have another Pyr in the family.
Nina Sabghir <email@example.com>
Brooklyn, NY - Saturday, January 08, 2005 at 19:45:11 (CST)
Your website has always been a wonderful place to visit, I love my Pyre's, and yours are magnificent. My question would be,....do all of these people that come in here and clutter your sight with all this spam actually think that any of us that come here to talk about our Pyres, or to read about everyone elses, would ever patronise any of these sights that are being shoved down our throats!? I personally think that anyone that posts to this guestbook without actually posting about Great Pyrenees is lower than a low life.
I know that something must be going on with the webmaster for this sight, because this kind of stuff was always deleted in the past. I hope that whatever the problem is, that you will be back soon, and all is well with you and yours.
none please, ohio - Saturday, January 08, 2005 at 12:57:41 (CST)
Just found your site and wanted to say that I have an 11-year-old male who is so beloved. His movements have slowed and I know he cannot live forever. Any advice for these older dogs? Also, please give me a list of breeders who are responsible and loving. Thanks. Best wishes for 2005.
Karen Evans <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Phoenix, Arizona - Saturday, January 08, 2005 at 12:37:19 (CST)
MY DOGS NAME IS PEARL. SHE IS SNOW WHITE WITH GOLDEN HIGHLIGHTS ON HER BACK. SHE WILL BE 3 YEARS OLD IN MARCH. SHE ALREADY HAS HIP DYSPLASIA VERY BADLY. I LOVE THE BREED, BUT I AM SADDEND WITH HER MEDICAL PROBLEMS SO EARLY IN HER LIFE. SHE IS THE LIGHT OF MY LIFE. VERY SMART, KIND, LOVING, PROTECTIVE, LOVES MY CATS AND BRINGS ME GREAT JOY AND PLEASURE EVERYDAY OF HER LIFE.
GAIL RIKARD <email@example.com>
CHOCTAW, OKLAHOMA - Thursday, January 06, 2005 at 16:09:14 (CST)
I wanted you to know how much I appreciated your web site and alllll of the information. We just got a pyr and love him to pieces. Looking forward to raising this little guy and your web site really gave me great info. If we survive and decide to get another, you'll be where I look for 1st. I really like the look of your pyr's. thanks, Nancy Fuhrmann
CA - Saturday, January 01, 2005 at 20:35:03 (CST)
Hi,just wanted to THANK YOU for all the help and information that you gave me regarding our newly adopted male pyr.He is doing wonderfully and gaining more confadience and weight everyday.I did contact Ellen and she also had some good advice.So thank you again and just keep up the great work that you and your family are doing for this magnifacent breed.
san antonio, texas - Monday, December 27, 2004 at 22:59:17 (CST)
Hi,we just adopted an 11 month old male pyr and we belive that he was abused by his previous owner.When i went to pick him up he was chained up with a peice of cloths line.As i walked up to him he coward down and did his best to try and get away.With alot of sweet talking and patience i finally got him to trust me enough to let me pet him.The owner told me that he's always been that way even as a puppy.He told me that he originaly bought him to protect his goats but that he wanted to play with them instead.So he basicly tied him up and thats were he stayed.I'am happy to say that after about an hour of talking to him very calmly and nicely he is now sleeping next to me while i e-mail this to you.The reason i'am writing you i would like your adivce on how to bring him out of his shell and also he really needs to put on some wieght he is basicly skin and bones.I can't belive anyone could treat such a beautiful animal this.So i would really appricate any advice that you could give me i would really love it.
san antonio, texas - Saturday, December 18, 2004 at 20:29:32 (CST)
I love your website you have such beautiful pyrs.We just adopted a 11 month old male pyr.He is just the most wonderful compainion to our 14 year old disabled son.I would always recomened this breed to anyone.I do however let anyone who is thinking of getting one that they are a high grooming breed.Not to mention that if you don't want your house or furniture to look like a snow storm hit it; that they may want to consider another breed.As for our family we wouldnt have it any other way.so keep up the good work on keeping this wonderful breed up.
san antonio, texas - Friday, December 17, 2004 at 23:11:34 (CST)
do you have any male puppies for sale
robert burns <firstname.lastname@example.org>
sedona, arizona - Sunday, December 12, 2004 at 17:59:02 (CST)
Thanks for the great site
OH - Sunday, December 12, 2004 at 09:59:05 (CST)
Love your website! easy to maneuver in and I love the pics. Commentaries are right on. Love your lack of litter production. I had 1 litter from my exceptional pair and they could have all been shown. Excellent hips as well. Thanx for the fun!
Susan Roberts <email@example.com>
Magrath, Alberta, Canada - Saturday, November 27, 2004 at 20:00:42 (CST)
I have a 10 month old great pyrenees, and he is wonderful. I got him when he was 8 weeks old. We have so much fun with him. He is great with my 4 year old daughter. His name is Winston Charles, and he is a mess.
Jodi Payne <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Quapaw, Ok - Friday, November 26, 2004 at 16:51:47 (CST)
Your dogs are beautiful
Bellville, Ohio - Saturday, November 20, 2004 at 15:58:16 (CST)
I have a new 3 month old female rescue puppy and i have never had a great pyreneese and i am finding out how wounderfule they are....
Gainesville, Georgia - Thursday, November 18, 2004 at 18:10:13