*** PLEASE READ ENTIRE BIO BEFORE APPLYING *** Tank and Daisy are brother and sister, born February 2017. They are an elegant, gentle, loving, and gorgeous pair. Their mix is 3/4 Great Pyranees and 1/4 Maremma. These beautiful dogs have enjoyed the first three years of their lives on a large property while watching over their little fur siblings during potty breaks. When the owls are out, these two have concern about the family's smaller dogs and stand close them, demonstrating their desire to protect, and then escort them with care back into the house. In the home, Tank & Daisy are somewhat couch potatoes unless it's time for a treat. Then it's posing pretty, sitting perfectly, shaking hands, anything for a small snack or reward. Daisy is the queen of belly rubs and is happy to snuggle with you belly-up as long for as long as you're willing to give attention. Tank is also extremely affectionate - both dogs absolutely love all people and are seeking a home where their humans will be home more than away. Your 'welcome home' greetings from Tank & Daisy will make you smile (you can't help but love them!). They prance towards you with their thick and luxurious coats flowing, moving so elegantly that it looks like happy-puppy-prance in slow motion, so graceful and exquisite! Tank & Daisy's original family is downsizing and will no longer have a yard for them; and while it's a really hard decision to give them up, their mama and daddy are going through the heartbreak of letting these two go so the dogs can have the setting that they deserve. Tank and Daisy must be indoor dogs - they want to be part of the family. They get along with other dogs and would enjoy children in the family. Due to their size (Tank 116 pounds and Daisy 88 pounds), any children in their new home need to be at least 8 years old and of a responsible nature. Their new home will have a secure yard which should have some grass as well as some shade for any daytime excursions. They're okay with a swimming pool but likely won't get in it. Daily brushing (or close to it) will help their magnificent coats remain as glorious as they are now. Both dogs have had a good check up recently, but Daisy was diagnosed with valley fever in May and is on medication for that; she's responding nicely. She'll have a titer test done in a few months to see if it will be necessary to stay on the meds for another six months or not.. We're now taking applications for this beautiful pair. Please email to request one. Adoption fee for the pair is $600.00. They must be adopted together and must remain together. Both are current on vaccines, vet checked, spayed/neutered, and microchipped.