Crockett has been a hard-working man for pretty much his whole life (about 5 years, we think). He has guarded goats, cattle, donkeys, and horses in the past, and now he lives with our goats and donkeys. We're guessing him to be a Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd mix.
Crockett is currently sporting a "summer cut" because his long coat was heavily matted when he arrived at the shelter. Anyone who adopts him needs to be prepared to give his coat the care it needs to keep it from getting so matted again. We do NOT recommend shaving a Pyr every summer just because that's the easy way to avoid taking care of the coat.
Crockett has proven safe with our livestock and is a fierce guardian. He can be aggressive with people that he does not know, so his adopter will need to be a strong leader and committed to taking the time necessary for him to grow into a more socialized dog.
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