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She is a 11 month old Great Pryenees. Her companion is pot belly piggy name Daisymae who didnt want me to take her pic. ..LOL...so she turned her back to me as I was taking pics..She is not sure of what I was doing taking her pic at nitetime while guarding my 2 ducks in the backyard for me..haha..she nearly stands 5 feet and 9 inches tall..not quite 6 feet yet..She is still growing and will take 6 more months before she will mellow out..
She already has started her job..since she first learn what snakes are about..cant stand them..LOL...she licks my quails in the face when she snuggles up to the cage to check them out...she takes charge of my pot belly piggy and 2 ducks that stays in my backyard right now...
Yes, on the brug forum cuz my other GP was killed by a 18 wheeler chasing a coycote from my land.She was doing her job of protecting my chickens and peacocks...her name was Myron.
Babebera means baby bear...hahaha...
Nope, the vet said she was not overweight..since she is only fed once a day..unsweeten horse pellets...I do not have a clue what breed she is either since she came to us from a rescue pot belly piggy farm...lol
So, that is the way they are supposed to look? I did not realize they got that round. It looks almost uncomfortable. Does she get around well? I also did not know there was more than one kind or breed of pot belly pig. Wow. Live and learn, huh? LOL Pigs are supposed to be very smart. Does she do any tricks?
She does get around and boy can she run!!..I can say real loud..belly rubbing time!!..she will come running and lay on her side for me to give her a belly rubbing!!!..or sweet eating time!! which is few bread slices or grapes or grated up carrots..stuff like that...LOL...she is going on 9 years old this month..we were told she was born in the month of November so she gets a sugarfree cake baked for her birthday...
Just for those who knew Daisymae, my piggy that was BaBeberia's buddy. She has moved on to piggy haven early this morning. She had good 13 yrs with my family. I been tending to her for the last few days and she finally decided to go to Piggy Haven.
My DDIL has a G P and he is as good a house dog as ever lived . She baby sits for several children and has for the last 15 years . Bandit is a good , unpaid sitter , watching over all the kids . They can be "workers" or pets . Anyone they live with is their "herd" to watch over . He bathes in the tub and is brushed about once a week . He doesn't leave hair over everything like you might think . They are good choices for family pets and make good house dogs , very clean .
Do you know how she is with cats? I am interested in that breed to protect my cats and Taiwan street dogs (who are 25 to 45 pounds) from the coyote packs which live around my property. I am going to put up predator fencing but I know it wn't be foolproof so I wanted a second line of defense against intruding predators. I have read that the pyrs are good with small animals which I understand is not at all common with many livestock guardian breeds.
I had my BC to the vet yesterday and while we were in the room waiting for the vet, a GP was put on the scale by the door so we could see them well. It was a pup and weighed 94lbs! I heard the owner say she'd be glad when he filled out!! LOL
Most likely the pup was a bottomless pit when it came to feeding it.
The last time I as to the vet a couple of woman had 2 Mastiff puppies in for check ups. They were 16 weeks old and already 30 pounds. laying on the Women's laps they hung off both sides.