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Scenic Adair County: Great Pyrenees and Little Boer Goat

2006-01-13 - Gradyville, Adair CO, KY - Photo Linda Waggener. Buddies. It's a sight seen more and more in Adair County. A Great Pyrenees dog and one of his goat friends. The fellow at his side is a little Boer goat. The dog, Sammy, is a "puppy," according to his master, Jordan Richard. In fact he is only six months old. Great Pyrenees males grow to 100 pounds and look bigger than they are. They's also called le chien de montagne or Mountain Dog. They are great guard, rescue, and therapy dogs, and very gentle--if they know you or you're in the presence of their masters. But woe be it, if you come in a stranger. It's the next thing to a polar bear attack!
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