UPCOMING GREAT PYRENEES PUPPIES
We are currently accepting deposits on our going home the end of May 2023. Application and deposit details are on our Puppy Pricing and Guarantee page.
Puppy picking order is determined by the order we receive deposits. We assist you in picking your puppy through puppy personality matching. Up North Pyrenees retains the right for the first pick in order to maintain our breeding lines.
Below are past litters and videos
Electra – Girl
inquisitive, calm, confident
S&R B – MN
Maia – Girl
affectionate, quiet, cautious
TS – MN
Talitha – Girl
JV – MN
Atlas – Boy
laid back, affectionate
LC – MT
Capella – Boy
M & S S – MN
Sirius – Boy
JO – SD
Polaris – Boy
J&D H – MN
Mintaka – Boy
AR – WI
Rigel – Boy
CV – NE
These are PAST LITTERS and the process we go through in picking puppies to fit into families.
Each Great Pyrenees puppy is held, cuddled, and exposed to many sounds each day. We update pictures and answer questions regularly on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/UpNorthPyrenees/.
Phantom & Phoebe: M&J J. Minnesota
Fiona: L & D G. Ontario
Birch: AO. Wisconsin
Freckles: KB. North Dakota
Ash/Harry: BL. Minnesota
Oakley: MM. Michigan
Aspen: K&D M. Minnesota
Fin: LT. Minnesota
Based on our experience and their puppy aptitude tests, we would recommend the following dogs to people who have had experience with big dogs. These puppies may be higher energy, they are very intelligent, outgoing, and may require extra training as they tend towards being independent thinkers. Phantom, Aspen, Ash, and Finn.
Birch and Oakley are slightly more submissive and quiet; affectionate, but not demanding.
We strongly recommend all puppies be exposed to many different people, animals, and settings, no matter what their personality is to help them learn proper behavior and expectations.
Based on our experience and their puppy aptitude tests, we would recommend Fiona to people who have had experience with big dogs. They may be higher energy, they are very intelligent, outgoing, and require extra training as they tend towards being confident, independent thinkers.
Freckles and Phoebe are quieter, more submissive, a little more cautious, and affectionate with their family.
Be sure to expose your new puppy to lots of new sights, sounds, and people in a controlled and safe manner to teach her that she is safe. This will help her develop appropriate ways to interact with others.
Up North Pyrenees helps guide you make the best puppy selection based on a variety of factors. We believe personality should be more important than gender, markings, or size. Matching the right puppy personality has helped us become the premier breeder of Great Pyrenees puppies throughout the United States.
Experienced Great Pyrenees owners understand this breed and bring in welcomed knowledge of the breed into this process and may require less assistance. Ultimately, you have the choice to pick your puppy as we work through out list of families on each litter.