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Saint Bernard / Great Pyrenees Hybrid Dogs

The Saint Pyrenees is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Saint Bernard and the Great Pyrenees. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.

 

Harley the Saint Bernard / Great Pyrenees mix—"We refer to Harley as our "big, goofy lump of fur". We rescued him from our local animal shelter in New Hampshire where he had just been sent from Indiana. He was a year old at the time we got him and his name was Moose. The interesting part was that he picked his new name. After we got him, we decided "Moose" was not a fitting name for him. While we were still driving home, we threw out names like "Apollo" and "Hawkeye". When I said "Harley", he started sniffing my face. I said it again after we tossed out some more names and he sniffed my face again. Harley it was and still is. His favorite things are belly rubs and car rides, especially to our local dog park. He gets along well with our 3 cats, especially Parker. She loves to rub up against him and give his paws a bath and he takes it all in stride."

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ACHC = American Canine Hybrid Club
IDRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.

IDCR = International Designer Canine Registry®

"Sweetpea is a 3-year-old Great Pyrenees / Saint Bernard mix. Although intimidating to look at, she has a wonderful disposition with children and the four other dogs in the household. The one warning is that she prefers giving kisses immediately after drinking and heavy shedding is to be expected."

 

Coco Chanel (left) and Max (right) the Saint Pyrenees puppies at 6 weeks old

 

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 9 months old weighing 79 pounds (35.8 kg.).

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 9 months old, weighing 79 pounds (35.8 kg)

 

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 4 months old on the bed.

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 4 months old on the bed

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 4 months old getting a bath.

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 4 months old getting a bath

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 4 months old.

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 4 months old

 

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 8 months old.

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 8 months old

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 9 months old.

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 9 months old

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 9 months old.

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 9 months old

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 9 months old.

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 9 months old

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 9 months old.

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees puppy at 9 months old

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Zeus the Saint Pyrenees as a puppy at 8 weeks old—"He is a gorgeous and super sweet Saint Pyrenees."

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees as a puppy at 8 weeks old

Zeus the Saint Pyrenees as a puppy at 8 weeks old

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"Here are some photos of our last Saint Pyrenees litter. We are the first breeder to register Saint Pyrenees with the ACHC. The mother is a Saint Bernard and the father is a Great Pyrenees. All the puppies found excellent homes and we enjoy getting updates from all the owners as they tell how their puppies are growing. All the new owners adore the puppies and say they are excellent, well-balanced and well-socialized dogs."

"This is Bernadino at 9 weeks. Bernadino went to a lovely family in Vancouver, Canada. Bernadino loves swimming, despite both his parents hating water. He is friendly with everybody and everything, and afraid of nothing. He gets to go to the dog park for exercise, and also enjoys walks at the beach and swimming in the bay with the ducks. He often goes to the dog bakery for treats. He works as a therapy dog at a clinic, where all the people love him."

"This is Clementine, who was renamed Grace, at 5 weeks old, when she first experienced the great outdoors. Clementine lives in Boston now. She is beautiful and unique. We think she turned out with a more Pyrenees-like face shape. She is a darling, very curious and playful. She has a Bernese Mountain Dog friend to play with at her new home. She is a very outgoing sweetheart, and we enjoyed the time we had with her."

"This is Huss (now Reggie) at 6 weeks. Reggie lives in Chicago, and is loved by all who meet him. He has an excellent personality, and is extremely intelligent. He goes almost everywhere with his new owners."

"This pup is Lotus Blossom at about 7 weeks. She is now Hera. Lotus Blossom lives in Alaska, where she enjoys hiking in the mountains and camping with her new family. She is adored by them all, and she must love the cool climate, perfectly suited for her breed. She has a black Lab mix “sibling” also, who she gets along with great."

"This is Zach at 7 weeks old. His owners renamed him Zeus. Zach absolutely ADORES belly rubs. When someone rubs his belly he lies there in a trance-like state. He is larger than both his parents at 6 months old, as are most of the puppies."

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Harley the Saint Bernard / Great Pyrenees mix

Harley the Saint Bernard / Great Pyrenees mix loves to get his belly rubbed.

Harley the Saint Bernard / Great Pyrenees mix loves to go for car rides.

Harley the Saint Bernard / Great Pyrenees mix taking a nap

 

 

 

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