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Next Litter Due August 29th!

Ready To Go Home (Around October 24th)
Adoption Fee $2000 ($500 deposit)
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Cavalier's Henri de Navarre
Great Pyrenees Male - Wh
AKC WS63482002

Pankonin's Alpine King
Great Pyrenees Male - Wh
AKC WS52661802

 
 

Princess Isabella II
Great Pyrenees Female - Wh
AKC WS52118602

 
 

Cavalier's Golden Primrose
Golden Retriever Female - Gldn
AKC SS20767001

Cavalier's Grand Duke
Golden Retriever Male - Gldn
AKC SR85266301

 
 

Cavalier's Little Miss Emma
Golden Retriever Female - Lt Gldn
AKC SR77689195

 
 

Our ranch is south of Salem Oregon, in the beautiful Willamette Valley. Our focus is on the genetic development of the breed as opposed to number of litters.

The Golden Pyrenees breed makes a wonderful family dog, truly the best of both breeds (a family dog that will fetch, swim and guard). They bark less than a Pyrenees and are more protective than a Retriever. They are calmer than a Retriever puppy which seems to make them more open to early training. They love their family and get along great with other dogs (and cats) in a household and do well inside and out.

As we don't "ship" our puppies, people have been flying in or driving to pick up their puppy here in Oregon from Montana, Wisconsin, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Colorado, Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Nevada, Alaska, Idaho, Washington, Virginia, Maryland, California, Louisiana, Canada and Germany. A lady is planning on flying in from New Zealand to pick up a puppy!

Recently a Hollywood producer chose a puppy and the former quarterback for LA Rams picked "Quincy", see: Jared Goff's Puppy .

The development of the breed is our eldest daughters project. Our dogs are family pets and all puppies run through Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) exercises. Outside of the ENS, they are raised around our other dogs, cats, sheep, goats, llamas, horses and most importantly around eight children. You will not find a better socialized puppy.


GPA Registered Golden Pyrenees have exactly 50% AKC Golden Retriever and 50% AKC Great Pyrenees in their pedigree.  For first generation Golden Pyrenees, both parents are AKC dogs (essentially an F1 Hybrid).  All other generations (F2 - Fx) are Purebred (Golden Pyrenees / Golden Pyrenees), but still 50/50 AKC Retriever/Pyrenees in their genetic makeup. For second generation all 4 grandparents are AKC dogs, for third generation all 8 great grandparents are AKC dogs, etc.. Golden Pyrenees as a distinct breed are not currently recognized by the AKC (as Golden Retrievers - 1925 and Great Pyrenees - 1933 once were not), but we are moving towards that goal. We have established the GPA International Registry in order to diligently record and assist in the development of the Golden Pyrenees breed.