AVAILABLE ADULTS & PUPPIES
OUR 2020 LITTER IS BEING PLANNED.
Ch. Chaparral Canadienne
ONE ADULT AVAILABLE
Yes, they are little busy bodies but if you've time for a long walk every day they are quite suited to live in any environment. They desire, above all else, your companionship so they may not be suitable in families where they will be left alone for a full day. Their origins as a bossy little sheep herding dog dictates that they must have just as bossy an owner. Built for leaping and bounding, channeling their energy into competition sports such as herding, agility or disc dog trials are extracurricular activities that all the family members can participate in with their Pyrenean Shepherd. I welcome anyone interested in the breed to come and visit us at our home, see how we raise our puppies and experience our breathtaking farm environment and the joy and pleasure we get from our P'tit Bergers and P'tit Bassets, as well as all the other animals.
AT THIS TIME WE HAVE ONE ADULT MALE AVAILABLE:
Known as "Youpi", his favorite things are playing with his half sister, Q, fetching a ball, toy, stick, chewing on bones, showing off his talents from his big bag of tricks and enthusiastically learning more.
He is 14 months old, 19" tall, he can leap tall buildings in a single bound and runs with great speed just like his mother! Extremely low COI for the breed for those interested and PRAprcd clear.
Bilingual French/English. I have absolutely no doubt he will make a great competition dog for the right "high energy" person and in the meantime
I'm working on his agility skills to be ready for the trials next year!
View this video to see more of this beautiful black boy:
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.
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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Canadian and their Pyr Sheps
throughout Canada and North America