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Great Pyrenees, Anatolian Shepherds & Australian Shepherds


Great Pyrenees, Anatolian Shepherds & Miniature Australian Shepherds

At Lone Star Goats, we breed Great Pyrenees, Anatolian Shepherds and Australian Shepherds and use them as livestock guardians for our herds. Contact us at lonestargoats@gmail.com for more information on available puppies and future litters.


Puppies for Sale


Only one baby left.   She is ASDR registerable, $500.00. Tail has been docked and Dewclaws have been removed.  She will be dewormed, 1st shots given and vet checked.   Call/text about pet price.  You can contact us at (254) 289 5431. You can also find us on Facebook/Lone Star Australian Shepherds.

ONE BLACK TRI FEMALE LEFT.  READY FOR NEW HOME ON 13 SEPTEMBER WITH 1ST SHOTS, DEWORMING AND VET CHECKED.

Sire:  Jack

Dam:  Grace

Blue Merle Male - Blue Eyes

Blue Merle Male
- Blue Eyes - SOLD

Red Merle Female - Blue Eyes

Red Merle Female
- Blue Eyes - SOLD

Black Tri Female - Brown Eyes

Black Tri Female
- Brown Eyes - AVAILABLE

Blue Merle Female - Blue Eyes

Blue Merle Female
- Blue Eyes - SOLD


Meet Our Guardians

We can't say enough about our dogs. They are loyal, devoted to their herd, well socialized and amazing to watch when working. Cedar, Cody, Browning, Sophie and Bear are full-blood CKC-registered Great Pyrenees and full-time working dogs. Shelby and Jacob are half Great Pyrenees and half Anatolian Shepherd, also an excellent livestock guardian breed. They guard four different herds and do a magnificent job. The Great Pyrenees and Anatolian breeds are a must if you plan to raise goats and have them protected from predators such as foxes, coyotes, and bobcats.

Cody
Cody - Great Pyrenees

Cedar
Cedar - Great Pyrenees

Browning
Browning - Great Pyrenees

Bear
Bear - Great Pyrenees

Sophie
Sophie - Great Pyrenees

Shelby
Shelby - Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Cross

Jacob
Jacob - Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Cross

Charlotte
Charlotte - Great Pyrenees

Jack
Jack - Miniature Australian Shepherd

18" at the Withers and 29 lbs

Sadie
Sadie - Miniature Australian Shepherd

15" at the Withers and 14 lbs

Grace
Grace - Miniature Australian Shepherd

14" at the Withers and 13 lbs


About the Breed

The Great Pyrenees dog is confident, gentle (especially with children), and affectionate. While territorial and protective of its flock or family when necessary, its general demeanor is patience and loyalty. It is a strong willed, independent and reserved breed. It is also attentive, quite fearless, and loyal to its duties.  The Great Pyrenees' size makes it an imposing guardian. A dog of this breed will patrol its perimeter routinely to ensure protection of its herd. The Great Pyrenees protects its flock by barking, and being nocturnal, it tends to bark at night unless trained against such behavior. When there is a goat in distress, the well-trained Pyrenees will protect them at all costs. With two dogs each for the four herds in our four pastures, we have no trouble with foxes, bobcats, or coyotes.  Our Great Pyrenees are CKC registered.

The Anatolian is large, rugged, fast and powerful. They are a working guard dog, possessing a superior ability to protect livestock. The Anatolian’s loyalty, independence and hardiness are cherished by breeders and owners. The breed’s coat can be short (one inch) or rough (approximately four inches) with all color patterns and markings, including fawn and brindle. They are smart, protective and territorial.

Pyrenees and Anatolians actually bond to their livestock and will exhibit nurturing behaviors, especially to young animals. Our females will generally lay with a doe that is about to deliver her kids and help clean them up. Great Pyrenees is considered by some to be the #1 livestock guardian dog and the Anatolian Shepherd to be #2. We would not be able to raise goats without them.

The Miniature Australian Shepherd is described as an intelligent working breed with strong instincts for herding and flock guarding. They are easy to train, enthusiastic and persistent toward its work.  They are protective, devoted and loyal to their family. The Miniature Australian Shepherd is neither shy nor aggressive.  They are highly energetic.  The breed has been used for herding smaller stock such as sheep and goats, although they have the heart to tackle larger stock as well. Their small size is favorable not only as a working dog,  they also make wonderful family pets.   I love this breed because of their intelligence, their beauty and their loving nature.  Our Aussies are registered with the American Stock Dog Registry (ASDR).



We Do Not Ship Puppies.


Sampson
Sampson

This is Sampson, a past puppy of Cedar and Cody. Thank you to the McDonalds of Katy, Texas, for sharing this picture. He is a beautiful Great Pyrenees and proves that they make great family pets or livestock guardian dogs.