ONE PUPPY STILL AVAILABLE FROM THIS LITTER
Am.Can.Grand Champion Gabizos du Picourlet was bred to Chaparral's Fine Fettle RN
1 brindle male and 3 black male puppies were born January 3, 2019. Registered with Canadian Kennel Club.
Rough-faced or Smooth-faced yet to be determined.
All health testing done on parents. Puppies have all vaccinations, rabies vaccination, microchipped.
Eye exam at 8 weeks old (all normal), clear eye DNA testing for PRA-prcd on both parents so puppies are also "clear".
Normal hearts, patellas normal, very sound atheletic puppies. Natural tails and ears. A very low inbreeding coefficient of "0%" in 5 generations .
Beautiful five month old midnight black puppies from a line of prize-winning Pyrennean Shepherds. These medium-sized dogs are well known in Europe as talented herders of sheep.
In North America, they are gaining a loyal following for individuals and families who lead active lives, want to participate in specialty training or agility competitions,
or who just want a great hiking companion.
They are exceptionally obedient, intelligent, and loyal. These fabulous pups with winsome almond eyes are always gazing at you with a desire to please and learn more.
We have taught them many little tricks using "clicker" training techniques. Very food motivated, clicker trained, will sit in a carboard box, jump through hoops, stand on a pedastal,
sit, lay down, stay, come and offer kisses galor! They have attended Early Puppy Obedience & Agility Classes with me (as an instructor) and are very comfortable in the class.
I welcome hearing more about you and your own lifestyle to assertain if this breed is right for you and your family, and/or any questions you might have about the breed.
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These puppies are located in Millbrook, Ontario.
Candy will be bred in 2020
|Ch. Chaparral Canadienne
.Our retired adult dogs make excellent companions for a single adult or a couple leading a calmer lifestyle yet still wanting to enjoy the pleasure of owning such a marvelous breed. Still requiring daily exercise, the retired individuals do not demand the playful amusements an adolescent puppy seeks out, yet they still enjoy fetching a squeaky toy and learning new skills such as Therapy Dog work or training for Rally, Obedience or Tracking competitions. Sometimes a mature youngster also becomes available and they are also well-trained and full of youthful energy which needs to be expended on long hikes or training for working on a farm or doing performance events such as agility. All are extremely well-mannered house dogs, house-trained, well socialized, completely obedience trained, accustomed to other pets and livestock and some have basic agility skills or herding training. They can also make excellent companions while setting a good example with the introduction of a new puppy.
If you are interested in learning more about adopting an older companion email me, Susan, or text, or telephone 905-522-0590
and inquire about their personalities and if they would suit your family.
Occasionally we hear of Pyr Sheps that have come from other countries or breeders, dogs that are lost or found and are in need of assistance or rehoming. You can contact us to inquire if there are any of these dogs available for rehoming.
If you have a Pyr Shep in need of assistance or a new home please contact us as well and we can help you with this endeavour.
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