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Great Pyrenees - The Greatest Dog of Them All

Welcome to My Page Devoted to the Best Breed Of Dog,
The Great Pyrenees!

 

About 16 years ago, I was introduced to my first Great Pyrenees when my husband brought him home. That day will live in my heart and mind ~forever~.

It was a very cold and wet day in Slidell, Louisiana. The Mardi Gras celebrations had just concluded and we were having the coldest weather on record in years. I was a newlywed wife and had taken a part time job at the pet store in the local mall over the holidays since I've always had such a love of all animals. My husband was an auto mechanic located on Interstate 10. One evening, he came home from work and as he entered the door he replied "look what I found, it's a white St. Bernard!"

One look told me this was no St. Bernard! I had been reading about all the dog breeds in my AKC book and knew there was no mistaking the sweet, gentle expression of a Great Pyrenees.

The poor guy was in terrible shape. He had been running loose for quite awhile on the Interstate and was matted and skinny. He was nevertheless happy to be in a warm and cozy place with carpeting and the smell of dinner on the stove as evidenced by his wagging doggy tail.

Within the first minute of meeting this gentle soul, I was taken "hook, line, and sinker". As my husband approached me, he followed at his heals and then sat at my feet, looked up at me with those beautiful dark eyes, and offered me the "pyr paw". My heart melted in an instant!

I named my new friend "Snow". He took his place in our home and in our hearts, but only for a little while. His life was cut short by pneumonia and we lost him to Rainbow Bridge about three months later. We did everything we could and no dog ever appreciated human kindness more than Snow. May he rest in peace.....


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