How Much Does a Great Pyrenees Cost?

The Great Pyrenees, also called the Pyrenean Mountain Dog, is a large breed dog.  Originally, its primary function was to act as a guardian dog for livestock.  In fact, the Great Pyrenees has been used by shepherds for many centuries to guard their sheep.  While this breed is still used as a guard dog in some areas, the Great Pyrenees also makes a good companion for being loyal and protective.

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Average Reported Cost: $266.67

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  1. Great Pyrenees (Yreka,  California) paid $300.00 and said:

    Female, Great Pyrenees. Healthy and beautiful.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. janet wester (Wilson,  North Carolina) paid $350 and said:

    I am from NC but i bought my great pyrenees from a farmer up in the Virginia mountains. I saw the parents on site, and she was the only girl, seems most want males, I did not. I drove 5 hours twice to meet her, then pick her up. she was maybe 7 weeks old. she is the love of my life, you will not find a better dog. she does bark right much, but i have learned, she has a huge kennel, which she sleeps in the house at night, and the barking stops, she is the best dog around children too. you will not find a better breed.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  3. Teresa (Lubbock,  Texas) paid $150 and said:

    Female Pyrenees. Beautiful healthy and very playful.
    She became part of our family a 9/10/16 at 7 weeks old. She is a very intelligent puppy. We love her to pieces! She does sleep outside but keep her inside once kiddos get home from school. Still working on potty training and kennel training
    She is worth it.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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