LIVESTOCK GUARDIAN DOGS
A good livestock guardian dog takes time to develop, but they are indispensable to my operation. I've never had any problems that I know of with the many coyotes surrounding my sheep largely because of my dogs' diligent patrolling of the pastures. Good dogs may be hard to find, but they are worth the investment in time and training.
Say-Say is also a Great Pyrenees who started off being very aloof, but she developed into a confident and affectionate guardian once she was put in charge of her own flock and property.
Auguste is a Great Pyrenees, and he has developed into a loyal guardian. He is aloof and independent, but sometimes he enjoys attention and affection.