Spay or Neuter the Great Pyrenees
You need to spay or neuter your Great Pyrenees as it can avoid any risk of infection in the future. Male Pyrenees need to get neutering whereas Female Pyrenees should get spayed.
Regular vaccinations are extremely important. You should get your Great Pyrenees regularly examined medically to see whether there is any problems or not. The medical examination consists of a check up of eyes, ears, nose and teeth. Consult your veterinarian on the time for vaccinations and make sure you do not miss any as that will affect the health of your dog.
Take good care of the food your pet eats. The quality of the dog food should be high and it should contain all the healthy ingredients such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats and minerals. You also need to take good care that your dog does not overeat.
Your Great Pyrenees should be provided with a decent sized backyard or garden so that it can play freely. Regular exercise and exertion is extremely important for the health of the dog and it needs to stay in shape. Sitting for a long time may result in it gaining a lot of weight which will be difficult to lose afterwards.
Keep your Great Pyrenees in good condition
You must maintain the look of your Great Pyrenees by regularly giving it a bath and brushing its coat. Taking care of the dog's hygiene is very important as your pet can get diseases from different sources.