Bonneau Ranch, LLC Glasco, KS
“A Family Adventure in America’s Heartland”
The Sire of the remaining black puppy is Si, a purebred registered Great Pyrenees. He has been an invaluable member of our LGD team. Si protects our goat herd from coyotes and other predators by patrolling the perimeters. The Dam of the remaining LGD puppy is Lola, a Pyrenees/Anatolian mix. She is a wonderful guardian dog, who likes the lookout position (or staying with the herd). Lola has been just as good at mothering the puppies. She birthed all 12 unassisted, and has been able to feed 12 puppies without intervention. We tried to help with bottle feeding, but she wouldn’t allow it. We have even witnessed Lola take individual puppies to feed separate from the group to ensure they are getting enough nourishment.

LGDs for Sale

If you have a working farm/ranch and are in need of LGDs to protect your goats or sheep, give us a call (phone numbers on contact page), or email us at LGDinfo@bonneauranch.com. Keep in mind, LGDs are working dogs with a very important job to do. They protect their charges. Although our LGDs have an even temperament around us (enjoying scratches and dog biscuits from time to time), they mainly want (and need) to be around their herd to ensure their safety. This means that they will be most active at night, barking loud when needed to keep the predators away from the herd. During the day, even though they are ‘resting’ some of the time - they are always aware of what is going on around their herd. LGD Pricing: $650 - for the black male puppy $1,000 - for the experienced male Pyrenees (Hank) $1,500 - if both the male puppy and Hank are purchased together (they work well together) Cost includes all applicable shots and vaccinations for their age.

One adult prubred Great Pyrenees is availble. His name is Hank and was born

Nov. 23, 2020. He has been around sheep and goats his whole life and has done a great

job for us on the ranch.

Also available is a male Pyrenees-Anatolian mix puppy, born June 27, 2021.

He has been around goats since birth, and works well with the other LGDs.

Bonneau Ranch, LLC Glasco, KS
“A Family Adventure in America’s Heartland”
The Sire of the remaining black puppy is Si, a purebred registered Great Pyrenees. He has been an invaluable member of our LGD team. Si protects our goat herd from coyotes and other predators by patrolling the perimeters. The Dam of the remaining LGD puppy is Lola, a Pyrenees/Anatolian mix. She is a wonderful guardian dog, who likes the lookout position (or staying with the herd). Lola has been just as good at mothering the puppies. She birthed all 12 unassisted, and has been able to feed 12 puppies without intervention. We tried to help with bottle feeding, but she wouldn’t allow it. We have even witnessed Lola take individual puppies to feed separate from the group to ensure they are getting enough nourishment.

LGDs for Sale

If you have a working farm/ranch and are in need of LGDs to protect your goats or sheep, give us a call (phone numbers on contact page), or email us at LGDinfo@bonneauranch.com. Keep in mind, LGDs are working dogs with a very important job to do. They protect their charges. Although our LGDs have an even temperament around us (enjoying scratches and dog biscuits from time to time), they mainly want (and need) to be around their herd to ensure their safety. This means that they will be most active at night, barking loud when needed to keep the predators away from the herd. During the day, even though they are ‘resting’ some of the time - they are always aware of what is going on around their herd. LGD Pricing: $650 - for the black male puppy $1,000 - for the experienced male Pyrenees $1,500 - if both the male puppy and Hank are purchased together (they work well together) Cost includes all applicable shots and vaccinations for their age.

One adult prubred Great Pyrenees is available. His name is Hank and was born

on Nov. 23, 2020. He has been around sheep and goats his whole life and has done a great job for us on the ranch. Also available is a male Pyrenees-Anatolian mix puppy, born June 27, 2021. He has been around goats since birth, and works well with the other LGDs.