Art and Linda Lowell
Newberg, Oregon

specializing in cashmere and boer goats, guardian dogs, and fine fibered llamas

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If you are having coyote problems, look no further. These guardian dogs will give you peace of mind, knowing they are going to take care of business. The males will grow to over 90 pounds and the females will be over 80 pounds. We will help you identify transportation options. Click here to see pictures of Olivia's previoius litter. She just had a litter of puppies on July 23rd. There are still 2 boys available. Folks who have purchased these pups have nothing but praise to give. Once again reserve your puppy ahead, they don't last very long. Guardian dogs of this quality generally go for much more than what we are asking. You can reserve a puppy by emailing us at
We started using guardian dogs after experiencing heavy losses of baby goats to coyotes. We've had guardian dogs over 10 years and haven't had any losses since the time they came to our farm. We hesitated getting dogs because of the barking. But we found they do not bark unless it's necessary and when they do bark, we know there is something out there that shouldn't be around. Their barking now gives us peace of mind that is worth its weight in gold. These dogs are amazingly intelligent and loving. Not only do they protect our property, but they have become part of our family.
Ollie, proud grandfather at 1 1/2 years

Guardian dogs have been raised for over 2,000 years to protect livestock. They are very instinctual and highly intelligent. Because they need to do their work unsupervised they are also indepedent thinkers and problem solvers. Click on the link to find out more about guardian dogs.These are Great Pyrenees-Maremma mixes and possess superb protective instincts. At the same time, they are not aggressive toward people unless they need to be. These beautiful puppies are raised by their mother's side in a goat and llama environment and are ready to guard your livestock or your children. We have even found they protect our ducks and chickens. If you are experiencing losses, we can't recommend these dogs highly enough. We have been told our prices are low. It's not because they are inferior but we want to offer them at a price everyone who has livestock can afford. Because of the affordable price, it's best to reserve in advance.

grandmother Coy, enjoying the snow

Act quickly if you are interested in these puppies
click on the individual puppy pictures posted below to see more.

picture taken at 3 1/2 weeks

These pups look adorable but the coyotes will need to watch out! 
See close ups below. Click on the photos to see more.

picture taken at 3 1/2 weeks
 Despite his looks, this boy will defend his territory without hesitation. He's a little more dominant than his sisters yet just as adorable. Though we were told not to expect results until they were a year old, we noticed that they were on the job at 6 and 7 months. Available for $250.00. Purchaser responsible for transportation charges.

picture taken at 4 1/2 weeks
There are 2 girls in the litter that are almost identical to their mom in coloration and temperament. Coy2 is very alert and has very expressful eyes. They are being raised in the barn, right along with the baby goats and mamas. They have a pen for sleeping and eating, but can come and go as they please. Available for $300.00. Purchaser responsible for transportation charges.


pictured at 4 1/2 weeks
 Olliegirl is pretty fearless and independent, but also very sweet and endearing. She will make an excellent guardian dog for livestock or children. Guardian dogs were bred to be independent so they can take care of business while tending the flock on their own. She's a bargain at $300.00. Purchaser to take care of shipping charges.


 Coygirl's expressive eyes will win her into your hearts. Her mother is very alert, always on the job. She is sensitive and the smartest dog I've known. She knows our cars by the sound and alerts us when others have come, yet not to the point of annoyance. She knows just a few barks are enough. Coy and Ollie work in tandom. Ollie knows by Coy's bark when he is needed. $300.00 will save you years of grief. Purchaser to take care of shipping.


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