Dating back to the Bronze Age, the Great Pyrenees is a symbol of ancient guardianship.
Dating back to the Bronze Age, the Great Pyrenees is a symbol of ancient guardianship. Once upon a time, they patrolled the Pyrenees Mountains between Spain and France, safeguarding flocks from predators. Until fairly recent times, Great Pyrenees were used to pull small carts and worked as milkmen - ahem, milk dogs in Belgium and northern France. Today, these big frens are the fluffy companions of hoomans, enjoying boops and pats whenever they’re on offer.
Recognised as the Royal Dog of France by Louis XIV, these dogos reach up to 32 inches at the shoulder and weigh over 100 pounds. Like Bond from Spy x Family, they effortlessly blend Zen-like chill with a fierce protective instinct. However, unlike Bond, they can’t (usually) see the future.