Golden Pyrenees & Great Pyrenees
We began our love of the Great Pyrenees breed almost 20 years ago when we bought a pair to guard our milk goats. They are amazing livestock protection dogs, also known as the “Gentle Giant”. We love their personalities and their fierce protection of us and our animals. In 2019, we decided to also begin breeding Golden Pyrenees, a cross between a Golden Retriever and Great Pyrenees. These dogs retain the protection abilities of the Great Pyrenees but do better on smaller properties- they are gentle, devoted and playful.
Our Puppy Mission
Our mission in raising our puppies is to help people realize that what they feed their pets makes a difference in their long term health. So does the vaccines they give and the chemicals the dogs are exposed to. Amy is a functional nutritionist (check out her practice page here) and has found that the same chronic illnesses and behavior/emotional/stress issues plaguing humans are also affecting family pets. We need to rethink not only how we eat and live but also how we are raising our animals. Part of this for us is we feed our dogs a fresh food diet -organic veggies, grains and raw meat, bones and organs. We do not vaccinate as the issues with vaccinosis are widespread. We use homeopathic and herbal wormers and homeopathic nosodes to keep our dogs and puppies healthy. We want the puppy you buy from us to live a long and healthy life and hope you will think about making these changes as well.
Our Farm Dogs
We breed purebred Great Pyrenees and Golden Pyrenees puppies at Autumn Creek Ranch. Our puppies are raised holistically and are exposed to pigs, sheep, alpacas, cats and kids! All puppies are $750 each plus applicable tax. We ask for a $250 deposit to hold a puppy and base puppy picking on the order in which we receive deposits.
***June 29, 2020 UPDATE – Bianca had her litter of Golden Pyrenees puppies last week..:). There are 4 females and 1 male. 3 are black and white and 2 are calico striped (black and tan). We will begin taking deposits on Tuesday, August 11th at 9:00 a.m. Puppies will be able to go home the week of August 18th. If you are on our notification list, we will send out reminders about when the deposits will open up. We will begin posting pictures when the puppies are 4 weeks old and will send those out by email as well as posting them here on our website.
If you are interested in being placed on our notification list for when puppies are born, please fill out the forms below. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We answer puppy emails on Mondays and Fridays.
Thanks for your interest in our puppies.
After losing our sweet Millie Big-Butt, we decided to get a puppy. I couldn’t be happier with our choice. Teddy has received two-thumbs up by our vet in terms of his health and demeanor. While the trainer calls him, “the laziest puppy he’s ever worked with” we love how mellow our little guy is. He is just a happy, go-lucky boy, and I credit that to the breeder’s dedication to handling and caring for their dogs and puppies.
We usually plan one to two Great Pyrenees litters per year. Pyrs are great livestock protection dogs but don’t do well in urban settings unless they have extensive puppy training. If you are interested in being notified when puppies are available, please fill out the form below.
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We use various homeopathics, herbals and nutritional supplements to keep our dogs healthy. Click this link to see some of the supplements we recommend. Once on the site, go to Categories and Click on Animal Health.