The Pyrenean Sheepdog has the same energy that other herding dogs have, but in a surprisingly small package. This adaptive dog wants to, and can, do all the jobs on the field, and is a natural herder. A dog that needs a job, his cleverness makes him ideal for other work and sports such as agility. This dog is good with, and protective of, children with whom they were brought up.

Pyrenean Sheepdogs tend to be a “one-man” dog, attached and dedicated to their owners, with a desire to follow them around the house to help with daily chores. They sense every mood and often seem to be able to read their masters’ minds, as they are constantly watchful. Because of this, they are extremely trainable.

When looking for a puppy to purchase it is highly recommended to contact any of the Breed Clubs we have listed for this breed since it is they who should be able to put you in touch with members who have bred litters according to their Club’s Code of Ethics.

BUYER BEWARE; Some breeders listed here may not be members of a Pyrenean Sheepdog Breed Club, there may be good reasons for this, but ask the question before you enter into any transaction.


ONTARIO ; CHAPARRAL; Susan Buttivant; +705-932-1004 ;


CARMARTHENSHIRE ; Rambauds; Mrs Meriel Weston; 01269 844122;
IRELAND; Jesuis ; Jennifer Clark; 087966 5438; Laois;
STAFFORDSHIRE ; Kelltara; Mr S & Mrs P Phillips; 01782 325032;
YORKSHIRE ; Sandytrail; Mrs S. and Mr E. Flint; 01751432599;


NEW YORK ; ThimbleFarm; Andrew & Ross Madden; +(716) 652-7974;
OHIO ; La Brise; Patricia Princehouse; +440-286-7431;
PENNSYLVANIA ; La Foret; Sue Snyder; +570-244-5414;
TENNESSEE ; Terra-Blue; Joni Monney-McKeown;