We raise registered Great Pyrenees livestock guardian dogs. And a couple mutts.

A Word from the Wise
New Friends!
A Bonding Moment
Puppy Meets World
Living Dangerously
A Fluffy Arrival
Countdown to Puppy
Pyr Report
A Working Pair
The Coco Report
Cokie Dokie
When It Pees, It Pours
A Companion for Coco
A Miracle
A Crushing Event
A Repeat, for Dookie
The Boom Has Left the Building
Cast of Dogs
Paw Camp
Suspect Arrested in Egg Case
The Early History of Casper the Terrible
Boomer’s Magnificent Find
It’s a Good Thing He’s Cute
You Knew This Was Going to Happen
The Crooked Little Hen Saves the Day
The Many Faces of the Giant Puppy
Why Coco Doesn’t Get to Wear Hats
A Portrait of Three Dogs
Coco the Self-Cleaning Dog
An Unfortunate Affair
Dew Claw Lesson
Coco for President!
Coco the Pest
Letter to Coco
Kids Today
Coco Meets the Goats
Coco Takes A Bow
I Hope She Doesn’t Have to Chase Any Coyotes In Her High Heels
It’s a Sheep, It’s a Bear, It’s a Giant Puppy!
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