Mix: 1/2 Great Pyrenees & 1/2 Poodle

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Barley the Pyredoodle!

Photo Submitted by: Fay 5/9/12

Barley is my lovely puppy Pyredoodle


Veta the Pyredoodle!

Photo Submitted by: Kelsey 9/18/12

My Pyredoodle, Veta, is my favorite thing in the world! They are precious dogs.

Lucca the Pyredoodle!

Photo Submitted by: Diane 11/24/13

This is Lucca, our 13 week old Pyredoodle. He is 19 pounds of furry sweetness.
His mother is an AKC registered Great Pyrenees and his father
is an AKC registered Red Standard Poodle. His grandfather
is a registered Black King Standard Poodle.
Lucca loves people, enjoys running around , playing
and is a cuddle bug!



Photo Submitted by: LeAnn 1/5/15

We have two beautiful male Pyredoodle puppies available from our current litter. We have been breeding for 6 years and this is our fifth litter. Please check out our website and call if you have questions.


Daisy the Pyredoodle!

Photo Submitted by: Renita 6/7/15

This is our sweet Pyredoodle, Daisy. We got her from a rescue in Nov 2014, and think she’s about 1.5 years old. She is the best dog– we just adore her!


Lola the Pyredoodle!

Photo Submitted by: Liliane Grant – Llamaland Pyredoodles 7/22/16

This is my beautiful Lola at 2 months old from my breeding stock

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margaret ritchey April 16, 2014 at 10:36 am

please let me know if you have any pups left i would prefer a white one please.


Meagan August 26, 2013 at 3:17 pm

Finding a reputable breeder for a first generation (F1) Prye-doodle isn’t easy and if you are willing to wait and pay for shipping, it’s absolutely worth it. We waited 1 1/2 years for a litter and it was just in the stars that we get a Pyre-doodle because a litter was born this past May just an hour from our home. He is hypo-allergenic and does not shed. Aspen has been easy to train so far (3 months old right now) and is already close to 30 lbs! He’s on target for 100-110 lbs. Establishing who’s in charge has been the most demanding of his training. We have a large backyard with a large garden that he will protect from critters as he gets older. He is also an incredible family pet and loves to be as close to people as possible. Our breeder told us we will have a 100 lb lap dog! Kind of true. Our breeder out here in southwest Ohio said this was Belle’s last litter; she’s had 4. Good luck, do your research, ask questions, and if you’re lucky enough, you might get to pick out your puppy before buying it, like we did.


Donald Kershner or Tbone May 12, 2013 at 4:00 pm

I raise beautiful Great Pyrenees. I am picking up a AKC Standard Poodle to start breeding Pyredoodles. I hope by 2014 to have some Pyredoodle puppys. Look at my website. So you can see my new Male Poodle and my Great Pyrenees dogs. d


Cristy Hurst February 12, 2013 at 6:46 pm

My family and I have been wanting to add a first generation Pyredoodle to our family for quite a while. However, we haven’t had any luck finding a reputable breeder within 5-6 hours from where we live in Greenville, MS. So, we have decided that as long as we can ascertain reasonably priced and safe shipping of a first generation Pyredoodle any distance within the continental US is acceptable. Any information you could provide will be greatly appreciated.


Tim May 10, 2013 at 2:26 am

Us too. Have you had any luck finding a breeder?


rosetta March 24, 2014 at 5:52 pm

We have first generation pyredoodle puppies….mom akc great pyranese and dad akc black standard poodle…awesome dogs…2 puppies left 8 weeks old


margaret ritchey April 16, 2014 at 10:38 am

loking for pyredoodle puppy, white is preferable.


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