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The Colorado Mountain Dogs started right here with foundation stud, Crack O' Noon King Caspian's Journey.

Colorado Mountain Dogs are being bred by farmers in the state of Colorado specifically to guard small farms from predators, but also to be accepting of people who are guests to the farm.  They are friendly, but live to protect livestock from coyotes, cougars, bears, foxes, and they will even bark at and disturb raptors.

Colorado Mountain Dogs are beautiful dogs.  They are tall and slender, have a medium coat with long tails and feathers and manes.  They are healthy, and athletic.  They are influenced by Great Pyrenees and Kangal/Anatolian Shepherds, but have other LGD breeds in them as well, because they are being selected for temperament and aptitudes.

Photo above -- Caspian, 2006 -- 2016, was my personal dog, who guarded my little farm.  He was my luck dragon, the dog of a lifetime. Here he is with foundation dog, Snow, and the very first Colorado Mountain Dog litter.



April 9, 2018 Arya -- our line bred Caspian daughter, registered and approved. Standing at 28 inches, and with her fathers regal bearing, combined with the beauty and gentle stable personality of Glenstorm, these pups are going to be amazing.

ARYA is due any time! Taking reservations now.

April 9 2018 -- I have two girls from the Marsh x Zeus litter left.  These are from Hello KY Farms, I am placing them for their breeder.  These are siblings to my working stud Glenstorm and will be fabulous dogs.