Great Pyrenees are large breed dogs that grow up to be big dogs. However, seeing your Great Pyrenees not growing to the expected size at different growth stages and being small can be concerning.
What can cause a Great Pyrenees to be so small?
Let’s look at the common reasons why a Great Pyrenees can be so small and when to seek help.
Why is my Great Pyrenees so small?
A Great Pyrenees can be so small because of poor diet, illness, effects of puppy teething, and genetics. It is normal for Great Pyrenees to have a slow growth rate as a medium-large breed dog and appear small with a healthy weight. However, medical evaluation is required to determine if they are developing well or have an underlying problem.