If you have ever wondered what you will get if you mix a Labrador Retriever and a Great Pyrenees, the answer is a Pyrador. While this dog might not be a household name, it makes a great pet and looks adorable. They are pretty large in stature, so that you might be taken aback at first grant. However, they are extremely loyal and make a great pet for a family with a large yard to run around in.
- The Pyrador breed originated in the mountains of France and Spain, where they were used to guard sheep herds in the region.
- The typical Pyrador males weigh between 80 and 100 pounds, while females are usually 70-90 pounds.
- While a male Pyrador might get as high as 29 inches, a female tops out at 27 inches.
- Pyradors have either hazel or brown eyes.
- The nose color for a typical Pyador is either black or brown.
- Pyadors are incredibly friendly around people they are comfortable with but can be quite suspicious of strangers.
- Pyadors love water sports and can adapt to swimming rather easily.
- Because Pyadors can be so large and heavy, their diet needs to be controlled as they age in order to combat almost certain mobility issues.
- The average life expectancy for a Pyrador is 11 years.
- Pyradors need to be exercised regularly and vigorously in order to stay happy and healthy.