Sorry, but we have no puppies available from this litter currently

All have deposits on them. Please email denalipeakpyrenees@gmail.com or fillout our contact form on the home page- and we can let you know if one becomes available. Or, I can also let you when we have another litter on the way. Thank you! ~ J. Ellsworth

AVAILABLE PUPPIES ~Tundra x Timber Litter

 All PUPPIES have found their new families- PICTURED BELOW~

READY for NEW HOMES on MARCH 1st or March 7th 

Oh Boy! Literally!  Seven boys and one girl, and we are excited to share our love and passion for these beautiful Pyrenees with others. Please contact us for information and to place a deposit. Puppies are $550 with a $250 deposit. 

We want to find them all the happiest, forever homes. (For detailed info on Dam & Sire see "Our Pyrenees" page)

Puppies ~ 5 Weeks

Sold

WHITE  BOY

Sold

PURPLE GIRL

Sold

GREY BOY

Sold

BLACK BOY

HOLD

Hold

BLUE BOY

BLUE BOY

HELD

BLUE BOY

Sold

GREEN BOY

Sold

BLUE BOY

Sold

RED BOY 

Sold

LIGHT BLUE BOY

Puppies ~ 4 Weeks

WHITE  BOY

PURPLE GIRL

GREY BOY

BLACK BOY

Hold

HOLD

Hold

BLUE BOY

BLUE BOY

HELD

BLUE BOY

GREEN BOY

BLUE BOY

RED BOY 

LIGHT BLUE BOY

DEPOSIT

Puppy Basics Info

When are Puppies Available?  

Current litter of puppies available to go to forever homes starting on  February 29th or after. we do not let puppies go before 8 weeks. Generally between 8-10 weeks is the guideline. for livestock guardians 10weeks is better. 

 

How much are puppies?     

Deposit of $250 holds your puppy. Puppies are $550 and includes daily socialization with people, kids, and a host of things to prepare them to be confident, and gentile guardians. puppies come with first vaccinations and de-worming, vetrinary examination, and limited AKC registration paperwork (full registration available at another price). Our Pyrenees are from both champion and livestock guarding working lines - but priced more resonably than comparable lines - simply because we want to find them wonderful homes -more affordably for people and soon so they can go to their new homes in a timely manner (before 12 weeks and the critical socialization period ends.

How are puppies raised?   

This is the fun part! We love socializing.  Research shows that the first 12 weeks is critical socialization for puppies, and they shoud find there forever homes ideally while in this period. This is also why we do all we can - go to the effort to socialize daily and give them a healthy, happy, exploring, and experiencing environment. We use early neurological stimulation (ENS) recommended by Dr. Carmen Battaglia during this time (for stronger heart and adrenals, & greater resistance to stress and disease) 

WE SOCIALIZE DAILY many times so people are a part of their pack, as well as livestock. We also follow guidines promoted in the program "Puppy Culture" by Jill Killion for a solid fondation in tempermant.  LGD bound puppies also have a protected area in the middle of the goat field to be surrounded by livestock and pack, and then eventually free to roam with the pack and livestock when reaching a safe age and size, adn where mom can accompany them.

 

Where are puppies raised?

Puppies are whelped and kept inside for their first weeks (3-4) of life so we can easily keep a good eye on them. The whelping box is in the front room, and everyone takes turns on "puppy duty". Thank goodness for the big, comfy chair right next to the whelping box.  Around 4 weeks they are introduced outside, first to the front proch, then to the outside pupppy area in the barn, and the puppy pen. We have an area on the front porch that has a crate for early exposure and acclimation, and toys, plus a yard pen on the grass, and an inside/outside area in the barn with their own door to the outside. The barn area shares a fence with the chicken run. The pen also extends out into the goat field so they get exposure to the livestock on 3 sides- but still are protected. We rotate them to the different areas to give them varried socailization. 

PUPPY LIST 

Because we are a small hobby farm, and our Pyrenees are just a part of our farm and family, we do not have puppies more than once a year generally. If we don't currently have puppies, we are happy to add you to our puppy list and keep you updated, letting you know when we are expecting puppies again,

 

To be added to our puppy list, please click below and fill out a contact form at the bottom of the page. (make sure you enter a correct email- or I will not be able to reaach you :( )

Please include when you're looking to add a new puppy to your home, and anything else you want to tell us about your family. I'll add you to our puppy list and get back to you and let you know if we will be planning a litter in your puppy time frame.  

All the Answers to Your Questions...

FAQs

Well a start!  We love questions and hope you have lots of questions. Please read the questions below and if your question is not answered, then please fill out our contact form. I will get back to you ASAP (but give me up to a day- We are busy here with the homstead!  If you have questions about us, please see our “about us” page first.

It may answer your question. Please call. visit, or facetime to get to know us better & see our farm.

When can I bring my puppy home?

Puppies can go home at a to 8 to 9 weeks. They can stay here up to 12 weeks when payed in full. Puppies  in our personalized puppy program may stay up to 11 weeks.  But shoud goto new homes by or before week 11 for acclimation and socailization in their new environment before the important 12 week nuerological socialization period ends.

Can I see the mom and dad?

ABSOLUTELY! And you should. Mom & dad are fulltime farm guardians here & we want you to met them

and have a look around the farm.

Are your dogs live stock guardians or home/companion Pyrenees?

YES- they are BOTH! This is why we love great Pyrenees. They instinctively guard whatever they are raised with, whether that is human or four legged.  We expose our puppies to our goats, chickens, ducks (when we have them), and cats. We also live in farm country and can easily take them to the neighbors and socialize them with horses, sheep, alpacas, or cows (see our personalized package). We also socialize them with kids, including babies and adults of all shapes and sizes. Early socialization and stimulation are what we love to do!  You can fill out a general questionnaire that helps us see where your puppy will be headed to. After puppy selection at 5 weeks, we can give some specific socialization/exposure for your puppy. We also have a personalized package available for additional socialization above and beyond if you’ need that extra help getting traing off to a great start.  Call  for moe information.

More frequently Asked Questions

 

What do you feed your Dogs?

We feed high quality Grain Free Kirkland dog and puppy food. We periodically rotate in Kirkland adult and Instinct natural Dog food for variety. Dogs also get some whole, real foods like fresh eggs, and meat when we have it.

Is a Great Pyrenees right for me?

Do you deliver Puppies?

Yes we do. We much prefer people picking up puppies & meeting us on the farm. But, if needed, ground transportation is available at buyers cost. We don't use a pet delivery service. We prefer doing the door to door deliverery  ourselves. This is usually less expensvie for you, and we love meeting our puppies new owners. At cost because we don't mind at all traveling to provide a GREAT home for our puppies and live to see where they are headed. Unfortunately, we don't have the time to do this for EVERY puppy of course- so it is first come first served, case by case basis.

 

Of our 30+ years together & many dogs (Vizsla, Border Collie cross, German Shepard) the Pyrenees is our favorite. We have loved ALL our dogs, but the mellow, sweet personality combined with slightly lower exercise need & our farm our needs, the Great Pyrenees fits us perfectly. They are smart, SUPER friendly, and great guardians. They require some regular brushing- but their fur is “self-cleaning” – meaning they can run in the mud & get all dirty, & then a while later their fur is all white again. They are smart, but they don’t “do tricks” per say. You certainly can train them, but they aren’t like a poodle, anxious to do tricks. They can be quite stubborn. Also, you NEED a good fence. They instinctively guard 2 square miles! And they will wander all over that territory & guard all your neighbor’s property too- if not fenced well. They love to sleep outside at night- nocturnal, anddo guarding duty, but they will bark. They generally stay up at night to guard and sleep more in the day. If barking will bother you, or a very close neighbor, you might re-consider. But we have gotten to where we don't hear the barking anymore. 

Puppies ~ 2 Weeks

Cute Boys!  Blue & White 

(Hail & Thunder)

So Sweet! White & Gray)

(Thunder & Tornado)

The gangs all here!

(Somewhere in the pile)

Tundra and Timber~Dam and Sire

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 KS 67062, USA

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