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Rehoboth Farms of North Carolina
Home of the Great Pyrenees

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Letters of Recommendation

We have been blessed as a family to place over 400 puppies into loving homes across 34 state, including Alaska, over the past nine years.  It is our honor to bless you with a healthy and well loved puppy.  Our reputation is important to us and we do our best to ensure you receive an exceptional puppy with great pedigree, excellent health and wonderful disposition. 

Here are a few Letters of Recommendation we have received from previous families who have adopted puppies from Rehoboth Farms, Home of the Great Pyrenees.

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Jessica & David,

We wanted to say thank you! As the proud parents of a little boy Great Pyrenees puppy from Rehoboth Farms of North Carolina, we could not be happier. The entire experience from the announcement that the puppies were born to the day we brought him home could not have been more professional.

I was a skeptic at first. We?ve all heard about the horrible puppy mills. You all handled the entire adoption with great thought and care. For anyone considering, I?d like to explain the process. It?s like nothing you?ve ever experienced before.

Rehoboth Farms of North Carolina has a wonderful updated website. We were notified that the puppies had been born and shortly after photos were posted. At 4 weeks, we were invited up to meet mom, dad, litter, pack mates, chickens & goats. We were also visiting to choose our new addition. This process was done efficiently and fairly. We chose in the order that we signed up. Honestly, any of them would have delighted us but I recommend you sign up quickly.  

This family has gone to great lengths to ensure comfort and safety. I was in awe when I saw the air conditioned/heated nursery that housed mom and new arrivals. We were able to go in and visit with all the puppies. Mom was alert but patient as we handled all her kids.

We had the option of picking puppies up at 7 or 8 weeks. They recommended 8 but we? okay, I could not wait. When we arrived, he had been freshly bathed and had a special comforting toy with his moms scent. (Out of all the breeders I?ve met, none of them have bathed puppies before they go home nor been given a toy.) Around the island in the family kitchen, David & Jessica went over the vaccination schedule, feeding requirements, registration information and answered additional questions. They provided an ?Essentials Bag? which contained small packets of the food our new addition had been eating, literature about the food and important paper work. I was extremely thankful for this. You?re so caught up in the moment it was nice to be able to go back and reference the literature.

Now about the breed? read all you want. They can never describe how wonderful they are in real life. Cooper is 17 weeks and absolutely precious. He?s happy, soulful and eager to please. We have 6 cats that he thinks are his. He?s gentle and playful. They tolerate him and they don?t tolerate much. Our older male Border Collie has really enjoyed the companionship.

My last word of advice is be prepared. Everyone wants to pet them and tell you stories about a Great Pyr they know. Hopefully you won?t run into me going in the pet store. I could babble for days. I hope we?re never without a Rehoboth Farms of North Carolina Great Pyrenees.

Again, thank you!

Dawn S.

 

 

 

Hi Jessica and David,

I  just wanted to let you know that Arlo is doing great ! He is the most mellow, sweet natured  puppy I have ever seen. Getting along great with the cats and all the neighborhood children coming to see him. He comes with me to feed the chickens daily and sits calmly watching. We start obedience classes on Wednesday. We are so in love with him, thank you so much for all of your love and care for Samson and Eva to make this little guy possible in our lives.

Best,
Meri and Jacob and family

 

 

Hi David and Jessica!

Just wanted to say hello and send you a couple of pictures of Maximus. He's 3 1/2 months now and is weighing in at 44lbs. He's such a joy....and sooo beautiful. He's the center of attention wherever he goes. He loves to ride in the car and loves to annoy the cats. He's learned several commands and did wonderfully with learning to "go potty" outside. As a matter of fact, we had zero accidents on the 2 and a 1/2 hour ride home from picking him up....no car sickness either. We got him home and put him in the grass and he did his business right away. We've had very few accidents in the house. Our only issue is that he is a bit mouthy and doesn't know when to be gentle with his teeth and he's learned that there is food on the counter tops!! We find it funny that a pup his age can actually reach things on the counter top! So, we are having to be sure to leave nothing out to tempt him...

 

We can't wait to read more about the 4 puppies that are going to be movie stars! How awesome is that?!

 

Take care,  Shelly K.

 

 

This is Maximus. What a sweetheart! Pup of Samson and Esther 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hi Jessica,

 

We have loved "working" with you, Jessica, if you can call it work!  I've especially loved that you kept us up-to-date on the progress of our puppy with both words and great pictures. Hannah has been a delightful addition to our family.  She has such a wonderful temperament, and is very gentle and playful with our two young grandchildren.  I would highly recommend a Great Pyrenees as a family pet.  They're natural instinct to be a guardian is even evident in the family as, after some playful time, Hannah will plop down with Callie, our Komondor, and keep watch on us.  If I wasn't getting so old I'd get another from your next litter! LOL!

Thanks for our puppy!

May God continue to bless you and your family.

Lee Ann