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Karleo's Great Pyrenees Dog Breed

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Karleo's Great Pyrenees Dog breed

AJ Grissom Nakita Nick Lacy Denali Sophie Petty

Great Pyrenees - AJ

    Great Pyrenees - AJThis picture shows AJ winning Group 1st in October 2006 just after turning two years old. Karleo's Deep Appreciation (AJ) wins the Great Pyrenees Club of Canada 2009 National Specialty and also an All-Breed Group 1st the same day. Pics from this show to follow soon."

Great Pyrenees - Grissom

    Great Pyrenees - GrissomGrissom is still just a young dog, pictured at 8 1/2 months. He finished his Canadian Championship easily, and is already a multiple group placer in Canada. He is a well rounded boy with both good body and movement and an exceptional personality. Grissom's outlook on life is fun,fun and more fun.He will be shown occasionally until he is fully mature.

Great Pyrenees - Nakita

   Great Pyrenees - NakitaNakita like her brother Grissom, Nakita is also a Canadian Champion and has the fun,fun fun attitude.She has the most beautiful expression, and is one of the most loving Pyrs we have had the joy of sharing our home with. Nikita quite simply loves to cuddle.

Great Pyrenees - Nick

   Great Pyrenees Dog Breed-Nick With limited showing, beginning in July 1996, "Nick" won six Best Puppy in Working Group awards, a Best Puppy in Show as well as multiple Best of Breed awards. He completed his Canadian Championship at thirteen months of age with a Group 3rd placement in a Working Group of 110 dogs. With his kind, regal expression and elegant movement Nick continued on in 1997 to finish the year as #4 Pyr in Canada with multiple group placements. Nick turned two in January 1998 and had another wonderful show year, completing his American championship and being a multiple Group Winner and Placer in Canada finishing in Canada's top 10 Pyrs again. In 1999 Nick reached another outstanding plateau in his show career by winning two Best in Show awards and consistently winning or placing in the Working Group. He ended 1999 as #2 Pyr in Canada. Quite a feat for a young dog who is owner handled.
The year 2000 proved to be a very busy year in our home and therefore Nick had a very limited amount of showing but despite this he still managed a group placement with every Best of Breed award he received and was #4 Pyr in Canada for that year. In 2001 Nick not only won 2 more Best in Show awards, Best Canadian Bred dog at the 2001 Great Pyrenees Club of Canada National Specialty, but also achieved the status of #1 Great Pyrenees in Canada!
Nick's devotion, outstanding personality and great conformation have made him invaluable to us. He is a joy to be with and has now turned his attention from the show ring to the ladies where we hope his many attributes will continue in his offspring.

Great Pyrenees Dog Breed-LacyGreat Pyrenees - Lacy

   If ever there were a "Miss Congeniality" award given at dog shows Lacy would be sure to win! Her outgoing personality and love of both people and animals wins hearts wherever she goes. Lacy is a Canadian Champion and has also successfully completed the requirement for a Temperament Test (the predecessor to today's Canine Good Citizen Award), Lacy also won the Best Brood Bitch award at both the 1999 Great Pyrenees Club of Central Ontario Regional Specialty and the 1999 Great Pyrenees Club of Canada National Specialty. She has produced multiple champion offspring.

Great Pyrenees Dog Breed-DenaliGreat Pyrenees - Denali

    Denali is our "Obedience" Pyr, she has earned two leg toward her "CD",including a "High in Class". She is both a Canadian and American Champion. She also proving to be a wonderful Dam, with multiple Ch.get.

Great Pyrenees Dog Breed-SophieGreat Pyrenees - Sophie

   Sophie is one of the young, promising dogs in our kennel. With her extremely expressive face, loving and outgoing personality, it is easy to understand how she completed her Canadian Championship at the ripe old age of 9 months! She is also pointed toward her American Championship title. She also achieved a Best Puppy in Working Group on the way to completing her title.

Great Pyrenees Dog Breed-PettyGreat Pyrenees - Petty

   What can we say- "To know him is to love him!" Born December 29, 2001, Petty completed his Canadian Championship in just three sets of shows. Affectionately known as "Pork Chop" we see alot of potential in this young, outgoing boy. Already a Puppy Group winner, Petty is developing nicely and will be shown sparingly while he matures.

Karleo's Great Pyrenees Dog Breed