5 responses to “Pyredoodle”

  1. Allison says:

    My family has a Pyreedoodle names Kobi! He is a great dog (at times). He is very protective. The info is correct – they will be destructive when left alone. Kobi has chewed on door frames, bedroom furniture, chairs etc. I was wondering about the grooming. I don’t want to sweat him out this summer, so any ideas on the grooming will be great.

    • admin says:

      Hi Allison,
      If your Kobi mostly inherits the traits of a Great Pyrenees, then it may have a thick double coat. On the other hand, if it comes from the Poodle side of the gene pool, then it may have a dense single coat. Since the undercoat of a double-coated Pyredoodle is part of its natural cooling system, you need to keep it well-maintained to prevent it from getting matted so that air can adequately flow across its skin. In both the coat types, frequent brushing will help remove dead fur, keeping your dog’s coat comfortable and healthy.

  2. Andrea says:

    What is the average size of a 6 week old pyredoodle puppy.

  3. Khandi says:

    I have a female that I just rescued from a flea market woman who’d starved her. She’s going to be 3 months in the 28th. Can you tell me a bit about them? I just couldn’t leave her there in that filth.


  4. laurie says:

    have a pyrenees/ poodle that I rescued. Would love to find another one. a femalr

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