Thursday, August 2, 2012

Angella's Pyrenees


I have Great Pyrenees but also will have another Italian Greyhound if I can talk the rest of the family into it.

I started in the early 90's with pyrs.  I chose this breed after some breed research. Decided I like the independence, size and beauty.

How many do I have?
This requires a bit of an explanation.
I co-own a lot.  I have no idea how many right now.
I am co-breeder and co-owner with Brigitte Doxtator of Oneida Acres Great Pyrenees in Michigan.

I currently live in the Chicago area but I help make breeding and kennel decisions and show the dogs.


All the dogs reside with Brigitte and her husband, Denver, at the farm.

I will rotate the dogs in and out of my home from the kennel.

I usually also have 1 or 2 that I keep permanently but I just lost my home pyr in June, so I have one of her grand-daughters from the farm.

She may stay permanently  :)


Angella is able to be contacted on facebook and has an enormous range of fabulous photos from the shows of her dogs and many other dogs competing.

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