Here at Harmony acres, we believe that raising a good dog, calls for raising them with good food and making sure that from day one, they get the best nutrition we can possibly give them. Therefore we leave it up to the owner to choose what is best for the dog, once they are given the ownership. We feed our female only certified organic food during and after the pregnancy, and once the puppies are old enough to eat solid foods, they also are put on the same organic food.
The reasoning behind this is fairly simple, you give the dog good, wholesome food that works with their body, and gives them the good solid nutrition that they need, and you'll be raising a dog that has a very healthy immune system from a young age. If we truly are what we eat, then the thought is to put only good things in, so that the dog(s) body can cope with whatever it is given.
We want the best for the puppies and adults, therefore we don't put anything into the dogs that is not organic in nature.
We are a family farm near Culpeper, Virginia that raises our children for the Lord, turkeys, broilers and Great Pyrenees. We have been in the area since 2013. We are a family of nine that homeschools our children.
Meet the rest of the Team
Bear: Our great overgrown teddy bear as we fondly refer to him as, has fathered several litters so far. Mostly white with light markings on his ears, he is the best dog you could ask for. If you pat your chest he will give you a hug, so he really is a teddy bear!
Patience: Our sweet female is absolutely, hands down, the best mother you could ask for. Christened 'Patience', her nickname is Patie-Lady, which befits her well as she is a very lady like in all her doings. All white with no markings at all she has a very regal look. We have two other females on site as well (from her first litter), and she has proven to be a very good coach and trainer, teaching them from day one what being a good dog means. 🙂
Button: has mothered several litters so far and is the newest mother addition we have. Her daughter Victory is with her right now and you couldn't find a better mother around. Victory gets away with mostly everything with her Mom, even down to stealing her mother's food which is a big thing with Great Pyrenees since they're not always too overly good with that.
Serenity: is very much like her name suggests peaceful, calm, serene. She is the favorite of our friends when they visit for her love-y-dove-y personality. Her first litter was one of fourteen, the biggest litter we have ever had!
Jubilee: Our very protective female you can normally make friends with if you give her time to check you out and get on good terms with her. She had ten puppies in her first litter and was a relatively good mother for her age. Sweet and lovable she loves your visits to her yard and will practically sit on you to make you stay!
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