American Kennel Club's Pyrenean Shepherd
The Pyrenean Shepherd of the AKC’s Herding Group is native to the Pyrenees Mountains of Southern France
and Northern Spain.
Description Of The Pyrenean Shepherd
Both rough coat and smooth coat breeds stand approximately 15 to 18 inches tall at the withers and weigh between 15
to 32 pounds. The smooth faced breed has short fine hair, whereas, the rough faced breed has long hair. The most
common colors of the coats are shades of fawn, either with all without masks and overlays. Also a very common color
is various shades of gray.
The Pyrenean Shepherd of the AKC’s Herding Group has some health problems including hip dysplasia and eye
disorders. Nickname the Pyre, they can thrive in any amount of space given to them but do need stimulation, both
mental and physical. These dogs have a life expectancy that easily goes over 15 years of age and are very active
all the way to the end. As with all animals, do your research before you buy! Learn More About This Shepherd Of The Pyrenees Mountains Of Southern France!
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