Playful balls of fluff!
Category: Great Pyrenees LGD
New Pups On Jan 25th
We had new pups born on January 25th. Today they are 1 week old! I’ll get pictures asap!
Playing with my babies!
Sweeties At Home Now!
Great news on the homestead! Both my little baby pups have been delivered to their new homes. Their new families are going to do very well with them. I feel quite confident in their abilities to help these pups develop into the perfect lifetime companions, guard dogs & sweethearts!
New Litter Born Today
New litter born 11/8/18
Boys and girls available. Ready to go to their new home 1/8/18.
$50 deposit will hold- PayPal friends and family rate. $250- unpapered.
❤️SOLD❤️11 month old PROVEN, AKC registerable female available to work on your homestead or ranch. She is already working in a team and shows perfect temperament for newborn kids/lambs. $700 with papers
7 month old HIGHLY human service driven male available for your household, nursing home or service dog needs. He lives to please his human, bonding with children and handicapped very well. He would also make a fine livestock guard dog, as he is quite alert with a fierce bark. $500 unpapered.
Parents on site. Breeding/loving Great Pyrenees since 2006!
Adults are guarding: goats (they do very well with newborn kids. We have births every year. The younger pups learn how to behave by watching the adults), horse, chickens (we hatch out baby chicks all year round), ducks and cats (newborn kittens all the time. No issues with the pups).
I work continuously with all my adults and pups on obedience training and regular worming schedules are kept. All vaccinations are up to the new family to work out with their own veterinarian.
Located 30 mins south of Memphis, in Coldwater MS.
Brushing The Heathens Today
It’s time to brush all my heathens again. All those furry fluff ball Great Pyrenees have gotten themselves knotted up with weeds and clumps of hair.
If you know how this works with Great Pyres, like my page. If you REALLY feel my pain, come volunteer to help me brush them all out. Lol
We effectively reached a level of training victory yesterday. All of my oldest female pups (born Dec 2017) are responding instantaneously, on a verbal STOP command from far away. I no longer need to be within close proximity to administer corrective commands.
They started barking an “intruder alarm” at the Guinea hen who ventured out of her normal penned area. My adults and older pups of course already know that the guinea is allowed to roam freely so they paid her no attention. The younger pups, unaware of this privilege, began charging the Guinea in their effort to patrol and control their grounds.
I immediately yelled a firm “NO” from roughly 150’ away. At which time they all instantaneously stopped their pursuit and looked at me to be sure they were in fact, being scolded.
With me maintaining complete eye contact and alert body posturing, they recognized this as an affirmative scolding. They immediately changed their direction and resumed playing together harmlessly. Guinea unscathed and the pups now understand that she has freedom to roam.
A well behaved and highly responsive Livestock Guard Dog on your working farm is nothing short of an absolute treasure. ?
Learned Something New
I learned something new today. Apparently my pups enjoy crunching on Mississippi Mud Bugs. I tried them for the first time the other day and thought my chickens would like to pick the carcasses clean. The pups rushed to the piles and dove in! Lol
The male pup has been sold. Only the 1 female pup from this litter is still available.
2 brother and sister litter mates, rolling around in spring grass having a good ole time.
She says: PET MY BELLY!
so of course I must pet her belly. Lol
He says: AINT I ADORABLE!
So of course I have to rub that little adorable chin. Lol
These 2 crack me up.
See comments under each pic for more details.
New pics of pups taken today. 2 of them sitting next to momma. Single dog pic is daddy taking it easy.
Pups have been sexed and worming schedule started. I only have 3 left available. There are 2 boys and 1 female available. $500 each at 8 weeks old. 1/11/18 for earliest pick up, at which time you will need to begin puppy shots with your own vet. Msg for details and reservation info.
New Pups Born Yesterday!
PUPS WERE BORN YESTERDAY!!!
She let me see them from a distance. I counted at least 4, possibly 5. Most likely she has closer to 7 as usual.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOLKS!! The earliest pick up date for this litter is January 11th 2018.
I will begin Taking deposits after I’ve been able to sex them. I won’t disturb momma and babies until they are 2 weeks old. 11/25/17 is the earliest date to determine sexes and I will begin worming them on the same day.
Puppy Party Perhaps?!
I think momma might have had her puppies today….. GETTING SO EXCITED!!! I’ll keep y’all updated ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Taking Deposits/Trades now: Great Pyrenees Livestock Guard Dog Pups!
GREAT PYRENEES LIVESTOCK GUARD DOG PUPS!!! Taking deposits and trade considerations for litter due….. Momma came out of heat 3 days ago. Mark your calendars for the expected date for new pups to be born!
These pups when at the appropriate age, will protect your livestock from predation including coyotes, fox, other dogs, cats, snakes, raccoon, etc etc. They discourage thieves and trespassers on your property. Guard children and provide years of companionship for the sick, handicapped and elderly.
They require a 6′ fence and THEY REQUIRE A JOB TO DO EVERYDAY. They do not make good pets to sit in the house all day and go for jogs at the park with you. Apartment and suburban dwellers please find a different breed, PYRES WILL NOT WORK FOR YOU.
New owner consultation provided free before purchase of pup. New owner training also available.
Pups will be sold for $500 cash, each at 8 weeks old. Each month I keep them longer, the price goes up as does their level of training and ability. $100 deposit holds your pup. I do worm meticulously but any and all shots for the pup will need to be handled by you and your vet.
All of us at Oasis Homestead are eagerly awaiting their arrival…..
Located in Senatobia/Coldwater MS area. I will travel up to 2 hours one way for appropriate trade deal.
Tour previous posts on my page for pictures, videos, stories and customer reviews.
I accept some dairy nanny goat trades (must be dehorned, not more the 25% meat breed mixed in, already bred and/or currently giving milk), beef calves, a Jersey heifer (must be dehorned, tame to hand milking, gentle, obedient and 4 fully usable quarters with health papers) and also would consider bird trades:
I will accept laying age hens of any breed but I only value them at $10 each unless they are pure bred buff orpingtons – which would be $15 each. I will accept Muscovy ducks, guinea fowl (must be at least 1 mated pair) or Toulouse geese (must be at least 1 mated pair).
Not ready to take sheep or pigs yet.
NO HORSES NO RABBITS NO CATS NO DONKEYS NO MULES NO DOGS
If the trade animal won’t fit in the back of my pick up truck bed, you will need to deliver.
New Puppy Sounds!!!
I hear newborn puppies!! Oh my goodness!!! I’ll see if I can get a peek at them sometime today.
We also have newborn kittens too. Hehe