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  • Writer's pictureKatherine Goliboski

Life never stops!

Updated: Apr 4

We apologize for being out of touch the last month or so - life gets busy!

All our puppies from our Xach and Acadia litter have gone to their homes and are thriving!

With this, we plan on taking a break. Having puppies is an exhausting venture, and as it is our passion (not our job) we feel it best to wait for the next step of our breeding plans to come to maturity in probably about two years. 

If in the meantime you absolutely must have a puppy soon, we recommend  referring to Glenire Acres Great Pyrenees or checking out the Great Pyrenees Club of Canada’s website. 

We in turn will be focusing on performance events, conformation and breed education events. Our youngsters turn two soon, which also means a bunch of health testing and certification is to be done!

We are still available for inquiries, but please understand a litter is not likely until late 2020 at the earliest. 

Thank you for your understanding, and please feel free to contact us or follow us on facebook and instagram.  

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