I have a 1-year-old purebred Great Pyrenees that is needing a new home. I got her from some people who had raised her from a pup but just did not have the experience needed to properly train her so now we have a one-year-old dog that still behaves as if she were a 3-month-old puppy! Soooo if you have the patience, the time, and proper facilities she will ultimately reward you by being a sweet, loving, loyal companion. I can't keep her because I have 4 cats including one that is almost 20 years old and another that is deaf. She has no experience with cats and I would not feel comfortable leaving her alone with them for months to come. She was so thin when I got her that you could feel the ridges of the bones. I have only had her less than 2 weeks but she has already gained a few pounds. She has never been taught not to chew on inappropriate things and her favorites are magazines, cardboard, anything made of plastic that she can find, ditto for wood. She has a box of chew toys but she mostly ignores them for the above. Even if you have a 6-foot fence and I think you should, you cannot let her off the leash until you are absolutely certain that she has accepted you as her people and your place as her home if you let her go too soon and she goes over the fence you will probably never catch her. Ultimately, Pyrs are homebodies and are not know for straying. She will just need the time. She is crate trained to a wire crate and goes in willingly. An extra-large one would be best. I prefer to re-home her to people that are experienced with Pyrenees and understand that you will never win obedience trials with one! No small children is an absolute but older ones that can give her the time and space she will need to feel safe and comfortable will be fine.