Can A Great Pyrenees dog be left alone?

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asked Nov 8, 2019 in Dogs by KSalnhat (370 points)
Can A Great Pyrenees dog be left alone?

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answered Nov 8, 2019 by Larry S (35,340 points)
The Great Pyrenees dog breed can be left alone when needed and actually Great Pyrenees dogs are bred to be left alone so that's one reason they do well alone.

Although Great Pyrenees dogs are very loving and affectionate they can be also very protective of their owners and family.

If the need arises the Great Pyrenees will do everything it can to protect you and your family if someone or something is trying to harm you.

A Great Pyrenees dog breed can get huge and it's a huge dog breed but they are very good dogs but you need some space for them.

A male Great Pyrenees dog breed can get to 100 to 160 lbs for a male Great Pyrenees dog and around 27 to 32 inches in height for the male Great Pyrenees.

The Great Pyrenees dog is a very affectionate and loving dog to have around.

When I was around 5 years old we had a Great Pyrenees dog on the farm and he was a very loving and playful dog to be around.

He would love to get up on the couch with me and lay his head in my lap and wanted me to pet him often and sometimes the Great Pyrenees dog would crawl into my bed with me when I was 5 and sleep with me.

I loved that dog and he loved me and my family and I really wish I had another one of those great dogs.

They also shed a lot so be prepared for that but as long as you constantly brush and groom them you shouldn't have to do much to keep hair off of furniture and carpets.

You can use a carpet rake to get rid of dog hair out of carpet.

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