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  1. Guard Animals
    No papers, just years of trial and error to get good working dogs. Instinctively chase aerial predators, bobcats, coyotes. Females always need extra work behaving around poultry, males only rarely. Love these dogs, two of them are staying here.
  2. Working and Companion Animals
    Would two 8-month old purebred Pyr puppies (brother and sister) be able to bond and stay with a flock of sheep when they've never been around sheep? They were raised up until 12 weeks old on a homestead with sheep, but since then they've been around only cows, pigs, and chickens (but done well!)...
  3. Guard Animals
    Looking to hear some feedback on the breed, I found when we got into LGD's we heard all kinds of stories on the how aggressive they were and couldn't be trusted around kids and they could kill a wolf with one paw tied behind their back. (reminded me of the HYPE about rotts and dobies from the...
  4. Guard Animals
    There is a guy who lives down the road from me that has 5 male Anatolian Shepherds (3 are 1 year old, 2 are 1 1/2 years old. They are all unaltered males. He had 12 of them but animal control got a hold of the rest - long sad story (for the dogs). He lives down the road from me in Green Valley...
  5. Goats
    LGD puppies - Available January - expecting litter of 10-12 pups. Anatolian/Akbash/Great Pyrenees/Maremma For those of you who are not familiar with LGD's, below is a bit of information. These are ancient breeds that have been around for 1000's of years as working dogs, protecting and living...
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